This home demonstrates the spirit of the 1920s Spanish Revival style that was most common in California cities such as Los Angeles and Santa Barbara. Set in a neighborhood with design guidelines, key goals were simplicity of form, utilization of the slope, and highlighting of the view.
The square shape of this courtyard patio is softened with the corner landscaping, planters and center tree cutout. The orange tile flooring blends well with the neutral walls and red-orange barrel tile roof. Decorative tiles line the door archway and tree base.
The exterior of this traditional Spanish-style home has a brick walkway, an arched entryway and a red tile roof. Landscape lighting illuminates the entry to the home and iron gate details can be seen on the left.
White stone and white stucco mix with a red tile roof and striking green trim on the exterior of this Texas home. The luxury house features a wide motor court that offers plenty of parking, while a separate entry for guests offers added convenience. Lush plantings pop against the home's muted exterior palette.
Oversized contemporary lounge chairs surround a beautiful pool with views of the Arizona desert and mountains. Stacked stone walls and terracotta roof tiles are used to create a rustic southwestern home exterior.
Boxwoods surround this home, but there's no hiding the charm of the white structure with a red tile roof. Climbing plants cling to the low white fence, which also features a swing gate and personalized entrance. A view from the top windows into flowering trees gives the residents a feel of seclusion.
A home out of a dream or a movie! This picture-perfect white house with a red tile roof features a beautifully manicured lawn, mature trees, a swimming pool in the distance and unique windows throughout.
Rustic wood beam, terracotta tile patio and large outdoor lanterns create a welcoming, southwestern-inspired entryway. Adobe terracotta roof tiles pair with stucco exterior walls for a Spanish-inspired home on a vineyard.