Spanish Style Homes

Spanish Style Courtyard Fountain

Quite the most charming detail is found in this Spanish Style Courtyard. The fountain, an Italian basin built up around antique pieces brought from Italy intertwined Cupids supporting a top basin which is surmounted by another winged Cupid in bronze. Brick walks surround the fountain and grass plots and borders of flowers. Water grass growing […]

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Old World Spanish Furniture

An interesting group of Spanish furniture of the 17th Century shows a pair of arm chairs of walnut covered in a crimson damask and edged with fringe and galoon of the epoch. Above the mantel hangs a portrait oj Isabella Clara Eugenia, daughter of Philippe 11 of Spain, by Alonzo Sanches Coello. At each side […]

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Spanish Style Patios Help You Relax

Old Courtyard

According to most dictionaries a patio is a “courtyard, especially of a house, enclosed by low buildings or walls.” There is another definition for patio, however, that says a patio is a “roofless courtyard: a roofless inner courtyard typical of a Spanish-style house.” Spanish style patios can be either. Spanish style houses can be found […]

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Spanish Entry Doors

It could be that your home is similar in some ways to a Spanish style house. If that’s the case, you may want to have Spanish entry doors to cement that image for those who visit your home. There are a couple of options when deciding to change the look of your entry doors. Many […]

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Using Candles In Spanish Style Decorating

Using Candles In Spanish Style Decorating

Ambiance. Atmosphere. These are words that describe how a room feels, what type of mood it projects. When trying to create the perfect ambiance for your Spanish style home, try using candles in decorating. While you may be trying to create a specific atmosphere or mood when burning candles, it is important to keep these […]

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Spanish Style Homes That Continue To Please

Spanish Style Homes

Stucco wall surfaces, arched doors and windows, and terra cotta tiled roofs are some of the elements of Spanish style homes that continue to please homeowners of this popular style house. Other elements that appeal to these homeowners are the low-pitched roof and wrought iron fences. Spanish style homes in the United States found their […]

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Spanish Garden Design

Spanish Garden Design

If you’ve ever visited Spain, you were probably enthralled by the beauty of the gardens of the country. Influenced by Arab design elements, Spanish garden design can be enjoyed in the United States by creating your own garden at your Spanish style house. Quite often Spanish gardens were hidden behind stucco walls. If your home […]

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Plan For Spanish Style Decorating

Homeowners all over the country take time out of their busy schedules to redecorate or remodel their homes when they tire of how their home looks.  If you like the look of Spanish Style Décor, why not roll up your sleeves and create your dream décor.  Here’s a plan for Spanish style decorating. Before you […]

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Hacienda Decorating A Small Balcony

Hacienda Decorating A Small balcony

Many two-story haciendas have a small wrought iron balcony. They may appear to serve no real purpose, but they’re a great place to add a splash of color. Decorating a small balcony is economical but can pack an artistic punch to your home. It may seem that people who fail to decorate small balconies have […]

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Spanish Style Home Interiors

Spanish Style Home Fireplace

Spanish Style Home Interiors…  They are low and lighted principally from the garden side. Each one is a simple rectangle in shape, opening into the two rooms on either side of it. It will be noticed that until now very little has been said about wood. The truth is that the Spaniards used little exposed […]

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