Huge arched windows fill the front facade of this home and perfectly complement the Spanish design. A lapis blue front door makes a rich counterpoint to the neutral exterior and ties in gracefully with the colorful garden.
The two-story main house was designed to follow the arc of the waterfront property, located in the Gables Estates community. Completed in 2004, the Spanish-inspired beauty boasts 14,946 square feet of living space.
Spanish style front doors with wrought iron detail make for an impressive, dramatic entry to this home. The foyer staircase mimics the iron-and-wood pairing on the doors. A chrome chandelier with silver, draping metal chains adds a contemporary touch to this transitional foyer.
Situated on a lush hilltop, this Spanish villa-style home feels like it's integrated into the landscaping. This is achieved through the integration of the plants onto the house itself -- the climbing vines that circle the pergola that leads to the front door. The pergola creates a grand entrance into the seaside home.
A simple facade and landscaped patio make this Spanish-style home elegant and inviting. The stucco exterior feels uninterrupted thanks to deeply recessed doors and windows. A small balcony with a potted plant overlooks the front yard, while the garage doors are inconspicuous and stylish.
This Spanish Colonial Revival house with a barrel tile roof features a paver driveway, sidewalk and a wooden, arched garage door surrounded by bougainvillea. A mission parapet on top of the roof adds to the home's eclectic look.
From the lower level garage, a flagstone walkway leads around the Spanish eclectic home to the front door. The pathway is simply but elegantly landscaped, and it allows guests to take in the beauty of the home's original masonry.
A scalloped stucco edge marks the second story of this Spanish-style home. The shape mimics the arched front door which is visible from the terra cotta stairs. Potted plants welcome guests at the entrance to the beautiful home.
This Spanish Revival redesign has great curb appeal with its winding brick walkway and bright lipstick-red front door. Prior to the remodel, most of the exterior was covered by bushes, which were replaced with a healthier slow-growing variety of flowering plants and lawn.
This foyer has many architectural elements that are indicative of Spanish style. For instances: The wood front door with dark finish, vertical slats and wrought-iron hardware; The terra cotta tile floor with high-gloss finish and blue floral patterns; the wood ceiling, exposed header beam above the door; and the punched metal pendant light.
The front door of this home really sets the tone for the Spanish eclectic design of the home. The dark, wood door is warm and welcoming, beckoning guests into the home, while the geometric stained glass adds a pop of eclectic color.