This Santa Barbara-style home design in Corona del Mara mixes Spanish architecture, a few Moroccan accents and a bit of contemporary. Well-planned landscaping creates beautiful curb appeal and entryway to the home.
This Santa Barbara style front yard feels both tropical and rustic. The entertainment space framed by four trees and featuring a fireplace lends itself to the natural rustic feel. The bright blue of the lounge chairs adds that tropical pop of color that makes it feel like a getaway.
This Santa Barbara-style estate in Austin features all the hallmarks of Spanish Revival style, including stone finishes, arched openings and a terra cotta tile roof. A three-car garage and arched stone gate leading to a landscaped courtyard are among its many luxurious and custom touches.
The 14,000-square-foot home of designer Steve Hermann, set in a secluded oak grove near Santa Barbara, Calif., is almost entirely transparent. The house, which took more than six years to build, has five bedrooms and six baths, as seen on HGTV's Million Dollar Rooms.
Ashley Farrell created a low-maintenance mini oasis for this Santa Barbara couple and complemented the artificial turf with Dianella, asparagus fern, Phormium tenax and dwarf Bird of Paradise. Instead of using mulch she opted for tumbled black Mexican stones, which creates a nice contrast.
This Santa Barbara home is special, not only for its beautiful Mediterranean design, but for the view out the back that takes your breath away. Mark Scott and Associates were able to blend their landscaping design to create an ebb and flow with the adjacent surroundings.
The residence of over 11,000 square feet welcomes you with stunning ocean views seen from throughout the home. In this living room, walls of glass, a stone fireplace and the richness of handpicked mahogany create a cozy, almost rustic setting.