This kitchen features two-toned, weathered cabinetry, ceiling beams and a large island that doubles as a casual dining spot. Light stone and dark wood finishes run throughout this Spanish-style home, creating continuity.
The exterior of this Spanish style home was designed with view in mind. From any room in the home, the family and their guests can relax on a balcony or patio that overlooks the infinity edge pool and the magnificent ocean beyond.
An infinity pool surrounded by a stone patio overlooks a serene lake view. The Spanish-style home features a mix of light stone and dark wood finishes that serve as a neutral backdrop for its casual style.
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 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.
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.
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.
The remodel satisfied the homeowners’ desire for more space; among the rooms that were remodeled were a ground-floor kitchen and a second-floor bathroom. Every detail of the remodel was designed to meet the strict requirements of the Mills Act for remodeling historical homes.
This Spanish revival-style home is listed on the San Diego Historical Registry. The homeowners wanted to experience the conveniences of modern life while retaining the integrity of their home and its original charm.
The stucco overlay that had given the windows their Gothic shape is also history, allowing more light inside the home. Intricate trellis work adds Spanish-style detail to the home. Well-planted window boxes will provide color to this Southern home throughout the seasons.
The owners wanted each element of the renovated kitchen to reflect the home’s original Spanish revival character. At the same time, they wanted to add their own original touches and a greater degree of functionality to the space. After the remodel, the kitchen almost doubled in size.