This Spanish-style home in Austin is party-ready, with a series of comfortable outdoor rooms that overlook a pool, hot tub and lake view. The house features light stone finishes that contrast with dark woods to bring design distinction to the space.
A lushly landscaped courtyard features an arched gate the mimics the arched windows and doors used throughout the home. The Spanish-style house in Austin uses reclaimed woods and custom finishes for a home that's custom-tailored to its owners' tastes.
This Spanish Colonial Revival house with a barrel tile roof features a paver driveway, sidewalk and a wooden, arched garage door surrounded by bougainvillea. A mission parapet on top of the roof adds to the home's eclectic look.
On the other side of the room, guests have access to a small kitchen and dining area. Although the distressed wood cabinets, Spanish tile backsplash and farmhouse sink share a color palette, their different textures fill this corner with visual interest.
A stone accent wall defines the bar area and adds natural texture. Moroccan-inspired pendant lights hang at eye-level for a cozy, bohemian effect that visually lowers the ceiling height. Blue-and-white Spanish style tile sets the tone for the rest of the house and the cool-hued bar.
Inspired by Spanish and Mexican interior design, this Dallas home is made for entertaining large crowds, as well as small family gatherings. Centered around a stucco fireplace, the living room furniture creates a cozy, intimate grouping. A large built-in houses favorite collectibles and frames a gilded piece of art.
The simple and informal Spanish architecture of the home complements the beautiful setting, while an eighty-year-old Italian stone pine provides a majestic canopy. The home consists of several structures including the main house, barn, guest quarters and office clustered around a walled outdoor courtyard. The vineyard produces the owners own award-winning Syrah varietal.
A series of covered outdoor living spaces overlook an infinity pool and hot tub in the backyard of this Austin home. Throughout the house, design distinction is achieved with the contrast of light stone finishes and dark-stained wood.
The simple and informal Spanish architecture of the home complements the beautiful setting while an 80-year-old Italian stone pine provides a majestic canopy. This home consists of several structures including the main house, barn, guest quarters and office clustered around a walled outdoor courtyard. The vineyard produces the homeowners' own award-winning Syrah varietal.
Built-in ledges house beauty products in this Spanish powder room, a convenient feature that increases the functionality of the space. A pedestal sink has a unique, decorative iron base, and its intricate pattern is echoed on the stenciled wall. A floor-to-ceiling mirror visually expands the room.
An elegant brick pathway leads through lush grass to a beautiful courtyard at the entrance of this Colonial Revival home. The house combines a traditional stucco exterior and terracotta roof tiles and is surrounded by Mediterranean-inspired landscaping.
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.
A stucco fireplace is trimmed in Spanish style tile to blend with the patio retaining wall and the nearby pool and pool house just out of view. The fireplace is flaked by water features to add to the comfortable and serene vibe of the patio.
Situated on a lush hilltop, this Spanish villa-style home feels like it's integrated into the landscaping. This is achieved through the integration of the plants onto the house itself -- the climbing vines that circle the pergola that leads to the front door. The pergola creates a grand entrance into the seaside home.