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.
An elegant, spiral staircase ascends to the second floor of this beautiful home. Spanish inspired art and large windows line the staircase, bringing color to the space as well as natural light and a sea breeze.
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.
With views of historic homes and Spanish moss, this little outdoor space fully embraces its idyllic surroundings. A green area rug softens the deck, while two wicker chairs invite the owners to sit and share a glass of wine at sunset.
A Spanish tile backsplash, green marble countertops and dark wood cabinetry offer a touch of Old World in this open kitchen. A butler's pantry sits just beyond the kitchen to help with food service in other parts of the home.
The home's private garden has an outdoor kitchenette making this the perfect space for relaxing or entertaining. The space is crafted from durable materials, such as flagstone, brick and Spanish tile, ensuring that this space will stand the test of time and the elements.
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.
Spanish style front doors with wrought iron detail make for an impressive, dramatic entry to this home. The foyer staircase mimics the iron-and-wood pairing on the doors. A chrome chandelier with silver, draping metal chains adds a contemporary touch to this transitional foyer.
The body of this armchair is amber cowhide; the seat and pillow are a terracotta twill by Ralph Lauren. The closet door on the back wall was designed to resemble other antique Spanish doors found throughout the home.
Here's the festive interior dining area of a restaurant called Broken Spanish Taqueria. Individual Mexican cushions for the seating were hand selected in Tijuana. A knickknack shelf is adorned with items from chef's home for a personal living-room feel. Antique "molinillos" hang from the ceiling.
This rustic foyer is the perfect dropping off space between garage and living areas of the home. A built-in storage bench provides a seating area when removing shoes and coats, and Spanish tile is easy to clean when mud is tracked in.
As seen on House Hunters Renovation, Meghan McElroy found her ideal home in this Spanish-style bungalow in the Leimert Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. Meghan chose to restore the original hardwood floors throughout her new home, and the golden wood provides a beautiful natural palette for her furniture. The master bedroom includes a large en suite.
Consumers are demonstrating their extreme oenophilia by super-sizing it with magnums and other large bottles which are highly favored in restaurant celebrations or when entertaining at home. This Spanish Aalto PS is made from Tempranillo grapes growing on 60-100-year-old vines and comes in 1.5L, 3L and 5L bottles.
This eclectic creamy orange master bedroom, featured on the HGTV series Design on a Dime, is highlighted by striking exposed wood beams and black dresser and chest that contrast with the yellow walls. The master bedroom is in a Spanish revival style home and was made over to give it a vintage look and romantic appeal.