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Pueblo Revival Design: Southwestern Home Exterior
A hallmark of Southwestern architectural style, this adobe home exterior features Pueblo Revival design with a flat roof. A warm front door and window frames pop against the tan exterior, giving the home character.
A hallmark of Southwestern architectural style, this adobe home exterior features Pueblo Revival design with a flat roof and rounded exterior walls. A bright red front door and window frames pop against the brown exterior, giving the home character.
A flat roof and beige stucco exterior create an exterior design rooted in Southwestern style. Desert landscaping consisting of native Arizona plants, boulders and a gold-colored groundcover create curb appeal consistent with the overall home design.
A flat roof and gray stucco exterior create an eye-catching house design rooted in Southwestern style. Desert landscaping consisting of native Arizona plants create curb appeal that complements the overall home design.
Wall-size sliding glass doorways open the interior of this transitional Texas estate to the backyard, where a pristine patio with a pool and hot tub beckons. The stone exterior of the home continues onto the hot tub deck, creating clean lines and harmonious design. A red tile roof fits with the home's southwestern-style exterior design.
Earth-toned stacked stone is used to create a beautiful exterior for this Arizona home. Overlooking the desert landscaping is a large balcony with dining area and comfortable lounge chairs. Urns full of cacti bring the southwestern landscaping into the design.
Blending Balinese pod-style architecture with their own contemporary design aesthetics and placing it in a southwestern setting was no easy task, but Tate Studio Architects somehow makes it look effortless. Note how the home's neutral exterior perfectly complements the colors of the desert.
The back of this Spanish Colonial Revival home is designed to create a façade that mimics the original side elevation of the residence. Rustic wood, terracotta roof tiles and stucco exteriors evoke the Spanish style, while beautiful balconies and covered patios create a strong connection between the indoors and outdoors.