Designer Genevieve Gorder incorporated Spanish style into this space with a unique stucco fireplace, reupholstered furniture and a custom built-in unit that doubles as an entertainment center and bookcase, as seen on HGTV's Dear Genevieve.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Two elaborate sconces flank large soaker bathtub, which is surrounded by soft neutral tiles. Spanish-inspired tiles create a border around the tub and through the shower, while another set of tiles makes eye-catching art above the bath.
An elegant archway is flanked by built-in stone wine racks that hold the homeowners' collection. Warm wood cabinets paired with traditional countertops provide storage for glasses, decanters and other entertaining needs. Terracotta tile grounds the space, while a rustic chandelier adds an Old World note.
In this Colonial Revival home, the bathroom features an expansive walk-in shower with neutral tile walls and flooring and a rainfall showerhead. To add a touch of Spanish style, detailed tiles create an elegant base along the floor.
The front courtyard creates a grand, welcoming entrance to this 7,400-square-foot 1935 Colonial Revival residence. Originally designed by local architect Ralph Frank, the home is situated on a large sloping lot in Point Loma with panoramic views of the downtown San Diego skyline and the San Diego bay.
Exposed wood beams, hardwood floors and a rich brown leather sofa bring a warm, southwestern vibe to this comfortable living room. The stucco fireplace is an eye-catching focal point, flanked by two cozy white armchairs.
Southwestern charm fills this family-friendly kitchen. Terracotta tiles ground the space, while exposed wood beams add a rustic note above. The large kitchen island doubles as a dining spot and prep area, and elaborate light fixtures bring Old World style to the room.
This Spanish-inspired patio is the ultimate entertaining space with a comfortable sofa, grilling station and countertop seating. A retractable awning and curtains provide control over the amount of sunlight that reaches the space.