The owners of this Spanish Colonial wanted a courtyard design that would match the integrity of the home's exterior design, but they wanted to make sure it was fresh and modern. In order to achieve this goal, designers anchored the courtyard design around the pool, the shape of which is traditional, but the black bottom brings in the modern character these homeowners were looking for.
The owners of this Spanish Colonial wanted an open concept first floor, so designers used arches to create a brighter, more open space. These arches provide the warm living room with direct access to the kitchen, Florida room and the private spaces upstairs.
To create a seamless design in this Spanish Colonial kitchen, designers covered some of the new appliances in wood panels with an antique finish. This creates the elegant space that the homeowners were hoping for.
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.
A traditional wood headboard with Spanish design centers this sophisticated yet rustic bedroom. Architectural details, like exposed wood beams and wood window trim, add warmth to the space. Simple white bedding pairs with cobalt blue pillows and quilt for Mexican-inspired color.
Broken Spanish is designed to inspire the adventurous and sophisticated eater while welcoming them with the living-room like qualities of your favorite abuelita. The deep matte blue ceiling in the Abuela Room cools down the otherwise bright and lively space.
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.
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 guest bathroom only has a small window to let in natural light, so sconces and recessed lighting were added to help brighten the space. On the walls, a brown color bathes the walls adding warmth and complementing the neutral tile whose details contribute to the home's Spanish eclectic design.
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.