This home demonstrates the spirit of the 1920s Spanish Revival style that was most common in California cities such as Los Angeles and Santa Barbara. Set in a neighborhood with design guidelines, key goals were simplicity of form, utilization of the slope, and highlighting of the view.
The exterior of this traditional Spanish-style home has a brick walkway, an arched entryway and a red tile roof. Landscape lighting illuminates the entry to the home and iron gate details can be seen on the left.
This gorgeous coastal home features a neutral stucco exterior paired with a Spanish tile roof. Paver stones cover the roundabout driveway, while palm trees and other tropical plants dot the front yard.
A new balcony overlooks the front of this recently renovated Phoenix home. A sloped Spanish tile roof was removed from the lower level, opening up the space for a peaceful roof garden surrounding the balcony.
This Southwestern house combines stone and stucco facades. Heavy lintels span doors and windows and a chimney pokes up at the entrance and towers over the Spanish-tiled roof and formal, desert-style landscaping below.
A brick driveway was the perfect choice for this Mediterranean mansion, as it complements the warm hue of the Spanish tile roof. Meanwhile, trellises covered in flowers frame the garage and showcase the three separate stalls.
This gorgeous home exterior features neutral stucco paired with a Spanish tile roof. Tropical plants, like palm trees, line the pool and hot tub area, while a covered outdoor sitting area offers a multiple armchairs for lounging in the shade.
A gravel driveway guides visitors through the front gate and to the formal motor court,
where there's plenty of space to park their cars. Straight ahead, they'll see the Spanish tile roof, sweeping balconies and archways that comprise the main house, as well as a matching garage on the right.
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.
A curved brick-and-concrete driveway leads up to a beautiful hacienda, inspired by Spanish and Mexican design. Classic terracotta roof tiles pair with stucco walls, while a gorgeous lawn and plantings create ultimate curb appeal.
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.
This Spanish-style kitchen courtyard forms an arresting study in contrasts. Terra-cotta-toned concrete pavers and red barrel roof tiles appear richer against pristine white walls, which in turn look luminous against the dark door and window casings.