Inspired by Spanish and Mexican design, this Dallas, Tex., home was made for entertaining large crowds and small family gatherings. The backyard pool is surrounded by curvy patios, lush plantings and a rock water feature, all which blend seamlessly together to create a restful retreat.
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.
The simple and informal Spanish architecture of the home complements the beautiful vineyard setting. The covered outdoor living area has a pair of comfortable wicker sofas in front of a stucco fireplace, while terracotta roof tiles and floor tiles are used to add southwestern-style flair.
This Mission-style home, located on a relatively small corner lot, wraps around an intimate courtyard and pool area. The private outdoor space is accessed by many sets of French doors that lead to all rooms of the home. An outdoor fireplace forms a focal point for the courtyard and serves as a warm place to relax in the evenings.
A simple facade and landscaped patio make this Spanish-style home elegant and inviting. The stucco exterior feels uninterrupted thanks to deeply recessed doors and windows. A small balcony with a potted plant overlooks the front yard, while the garage doors are inconspicuous and stylish.
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.
A wide stone arch leads to the manicured courtyard of this Spanish-style home in Austin. Terra cotta roofing, lanterns and weathered woods work hand-in-hand to evoke the feel of a timeless Mediterranean estate.
This Spanish colonial home sits at the end of a private lane and overlooks the Cabo San Lucas marina along the Pacific Ocean in Baja California, Mexico. It is surrounded by mature palm trees and a lush tropical garden, offering intimate takes on the panoramic views.
The two-story main house was designed to follow the arc of the waterfront property, located in the Gables Estates community. Completed in 2004, the Spanish-inspired beauty boasts 14,946 square feet of living space.
From the lower level garage, a flagstone walkway leads around the Spanish eclectic home to the front door. The pathway is simply but elegantly landscaped, and it allows guests to take in the beauty of the home's original masonry.