This 1926 Spanish Colonial Revival residence was remodeled and an addition was added to the back to create livable family areas, master bedroom suite, better indoor-outdoor living and an artist’s studio. Stucco privacy walls surround the backyard, which lush plantings and a welcoming outdoor living space under the pergola.
Venetian plaster is used throughout the walls in this Spanish Colonial Revival home. Archways and elaborate light fixtures add to the Old World feeling, while southwestern-inspired tiles create visually enticing stairs.
The exterior of this Dutch Colonial Revival home feels fresh in a tone of deep charcoal. The backyard pergola is painted in the same deep charcoal and covered in lush vines creating an expansive and inviting place to relax.
In this Colonial Revival home, the bathroom features an expansive walk-in shower with neutral tile walls and flooring and a rainfall showerhead. To add a touch of Spanish style, detailed tiles create an elegant base along the floor.
Completed in 1930, the Leland Bryant-designed Colonial House is among the last of early Hollywood’s most glamorous and exclusive revival style condominiums, and remains a coveted refuge for the industry’s elite. Golden Age tenants included the likes of Bette Davis, Clark Gable, Carole Lombard and Cary Grant. The penthouse's exterior is protected by the National Register of Historic Places and remains unchanged since it was built.
In this Spanish Colonial Revival home, the bathroom is designed to evoke the home's style with tile details and a warm wood vanity. For a modern touch, a small TV is built into the wall to catch up on the news while getting ready.
Throughout this Spanish Colonial Revival home, the warm earth tones play a major role. However, a surprise awaits in the guest bathroom. Purple hexagon and diamond tiles bring a cool and bright touch through the floor and backsplash. Elegant cabinetry is topped with marble countertops.
Elaborate wood carvings on the vanity, dressing table and mirrors bring Old World flair to this Spanish Colonial Revival master bathroom. Light-colored hardwood floors ground the space and combined with soft yellow walls and neutral tiles keep the space bright. Spanish-inspired tiles add a burst of earth-toned color.
The front courtyard creates a grand, welcoming entrance to this 7,400-square-foot 1935 Colonial Revival residence. Originally designed by local architect Ralph Frank, the home is situated on a large sloping lot in Point Loma with panoramic views of the downtown San Diego skyline and the San Diego bay.