This 1926 Spanish Colonial Revival residence was rehabilitated and an addition added to create livable family areas, master bedroom suite, better indoor-outdoor living and an artist’s studio. To reinforce the Spanish Colonial design style, deep archways, Malibu tile, wrought iron and stain glass details are incorporated. The additions were placed on the back of the home to maintain the home's historic character curb appeal.
The dashing breakfast room is papered in a teal stripe alongside whitewashed floors and molding. Red currant drapes add warmth to the space, while the well-appointed antiques are balanced with a trio of colorful paintings.
Large travertine tiles create stylish, glossy floors underfoot through the hallway and kitchen. The home is a Spanish Colonial Revival style so dark woods are used for the doors and trim, creating an elegant, traditional contrast.
The back of this Spanish Colonial Revival home is designed to create a façade that mimics the original side elevation of the residence. Rustic wood, terracotta roof tiles and stucco exteriors evoke the Spanish style, while beautiful balconies and covered patios create a strong connection between the indoors and outdoors.
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.
An elegant brick pathway leads through lush grass to a beautiful courtyard at the entrance of this Colonial Revival home. The house combines a traditional stucco exterior and terracotta roof tiles and is surrounded by Mediterranean-inspired landscaping.
A pair of upholstered armchairs flank an ornate fireplace in this formal dining room. Above the mantel, a 17th century portrait commands attention. A beautiful bend of red-patterned wallpaper and traditional molding is full of character and Colonial charm.
This home would fit in perfectly anywhere in the South, but is actually located in the suburbs of San Francisco. The owners of the custom-designed residence both have Southern roots and wanted a house for their family that felt familiar.
Green shrubs and trees add an element of privacy to this Mediterranean style home. A retaining wall keeps the landscape clean and beautiful, and the driveway offers plenty of space for parking thanks to the wide area and two-bay garage.
The Point Loma, Calif., home was built in 1935 and needed a renovation to bring it to the modern world. During the remodeling, it was important to preserve the historic front facade of the home. An inviting front courtyard features beautiful landscaping, a brick patio and lap pool covered by pergola.
In Point Loma, Calif., this 7,400-square-foot home was built in 1935 by local architect Ralph Frank. Situated on a large sloping lot, the residence features panoramic views of the downtown San Diego skyline and the San Diego bay.
Surrounded by beautiful landscaping and palm trees, this 1935 Spanish Colonial Revival home pairs a stucco exterior and terracotta roof tiles. A stucco fence and iron gate provide privacy to the home, which has beautiful views of the San Diego bay.