A zinc dining table brings a rustic element to this dining room to counterbalance the elegant dining chairs and chandelier. Exposed ceiling beams, the dark wood trim and quatrefoil printed curtains give the space a classic Spanish look.
Deep woods and cobalt blue upholstery creates a stark contrast in this Spanish dining room. Old World-inspired furnishings, from the chandelier to the china cabinet, reflect the timeless feel of the style.
This indoor-outdoor space features a kitchen complete with a sink and a stainless steel grill, as well as a dining table and chairs that fit the aesthetic of the Spanish-style Austin estate. Rough stone walls, arched openings and dark-stained wood are among the touches that define the home's style.
Arched openings are replicated throughout this Austin home, which features Spanish-style architectural details. A beamed ceiling, rough stone wall and decorative niche add character to the dining room, while a rear doorway leads to a wine cellar.
A casual dining area is tucked in a round nook in this gorgeous Spanish-style home. A built-in banquette is paired with three leather chairs to provide cozy seating, and plenty of pillows offer additional comfort. Tall windows allow ample natural light to infiltrate the space, creating a bright, breezy atmosphere.
A tufted loveseat provides a comfortable place to play games in this Spanish-style living room, which also features a stylish display in the background. A bronze candelabra, fresh flowers and a charming lantern add character to the room, while patterned curtains create depth.
This Spanish guest room features fun spaces for kids, including custom-built bunk beds with an arched window that peeks into an adjoining sitting area. Arched openings throughout the home provide continuity in the space.
This sophisticated Spanish living room provides an updated take on Old World beauty by mixing contemporary fabrics and fixtures with natural materials and iron accents. Gorgeous chandeliers pull the eye upward, drawing attention to the tall ceiling and helping to create a light, airy atmosphere, and heavy wooden furniture grounds the space.
Bring the natural beauty of the coast inside by incorporating beach-inspired elements, like this driftwood-toned wooden table and sea-colored glassware. The seascape painting above the mantel reminds you that the water is never far away.
Dark wood ceiling beams and trim honor this home's original Spanish style architecture. The beaded chandelier gives the room an elegant, global look that complements the existing Mediterranean features.