Come home to an elegant Spanish-Style house that will romance all the stress of your day away. Be inspired to own a home fit for Spanish royalty with these Spanish-style homes that feature exterior and interior ideas.
Embark on this romantic Spanish expedition featuring the exterior and interior decor ideas from examples of Spanish-style homes including landscaping, foyers, kitchens, living rooms, bedrooms, dining rooms, and more.
Table of Contents
- Spanish-Style Homes (Exteriors)
- 1. Glorious Spanish Estate with Panoramic Canyon and Ocean Views
- 2. Gorgeous Princeton Residence by Stocker Hoesterey Montenegro Architects
- 3. Holly Madison’s Former L.A. Mansion
- 4. Lauren Conrad’s Former Pacific Palisades Home
- 5. Impeccable Newly Built Spanish Style Mansion in SoCal
- 6. Stunning 1929 Spanish Style Home with Soaring Beam Ceiling
- 7. Vince Vaughn’s Former Los Feliz House
- 8. James Franco’s Former Silver Lake Duplex
- 9. Spanish Colonial Revival Home in L.A.
- 10. Open-Concept Spanish Modern Duplex
- Spanish-Style Interior Examples (by Room)
- Spanish-Style Landscaping
Spanish-Style Homes (Exteriors)
Gaze upon these charming homes that feature distinct Spanish designs.
1. Glorious Spanish Estate with Panoramic Canyon and Ocean Views
A home that is a cross between Florida and Spanish-style with tropical landscaping that makes the beige walls more dramatic, especially against a colorful sunset. This angle offers a view of the different buildings that make up the whole house. These irregularities actually add to its glorious charm and uniqueness.
This is a traditional Spanish-style home with an abundance of modern French windows. The architecture offers irregularities that don’t offer much symmetry as if its two different houses combined into something elegantly unique.
2. Gorgeous Princeton Residence by Stocker Hoesterey Montenegro Architects
This traditional Spanish home features a couple of dark wooden oriel windows that pair well with the castle-like stonewall front. There are several structures that were given an arched top like the main door, entryways, and massive windows. The ample use of greenery is a nice counterbalance for the earthy tones and straight lines.
A lavish lawn filled with greenery serves as a bridge to the three separate houses in this multi-sectioned Spanish complex. It features massive glass windows and arched entryways paired with clay-tiled roofing and soaring chimneys atop of traditional Gable roofs.
3. Holly Madison’s Former L.A. Mansion
This Spanish-style mansion has bright white walls and clay tile roofing partnered with French windows and dramatic warm yellow light. It features an impressive stone walkway surrounded by abundant landscaping leading to a massive turret-shaped entrance hall that transitions to the traditional elegance of the house.
A spacious backyard with an elegant pool in the midst of a relaxing scenery that complements the white walls, large French windows, and arched entryways. These structures offer an almost unobstructed commune with the lavish landscape illuminated by the wall-mounted lamps on the outer walls of the Spanish-style mansion.
4. Lauren Conrad’s Former Pacific Palisades Home
A Spanish home that welcomes with a beautiful arched entryway lined with patterned tiles and topped with wooden trellis. This entryway is mirrored into the arched doorways of the main door and glass balcony doors. There are Mediterranean architectural elements combined to this Spanish home giving it a characteristic of its own.
The Spanish home is designed to have an L-shape to accommodate a sprawling well-manicured lawn lined with trees and ends with a pond-style pool. French doors and French windows offer a warm and welcoming personality that is augmented with an outdoor fireplace built into the exterior of the house.
5. Impeccable Newly Built Spanish Style Mansion in SoCal
This is a Spanish-style home with traditional elements that are balanced with the straight lines and angles of a modern house. The modern pool in the backyard is bordered with brilliant white stone steps on a nice carpet of grass that beautifully contrasts the white walls. Illumination is provided by several Spanish style lanterns mounted on walls and patio ceiling.
A brilliant low wall surrounds this Spanish home that has warm lighting from its matching wall-mounted lanterns. these lanterns seem to mirror the yellow-lit French windows and French glass doors that present a perfect partner for the clay-tiled roofs and a modern-style chimney.
6. Stunning 1929 Spanish Style Home with Soaring Beam Ceiling
A Spanish home that features balconies and large glass windows that look over a backyard with an oval pool. The earthy tones of the walls, stairs, and stone floor pair well with the abundant greenery of the landscaping. Bluish hues light up the scene from the pool to the several windows that reflect the blue skies.
A beige stone walkway leads to the arched entryway that is adorned by colorful patterned tiles that contrasts with the solid beige walls. This Mediterranean detail is also applied to the second-floor window with bluish tiles surrounding it that reflects the bluish wooden main door. The charming foliage and even the soil of the front lawn pair well with the earthy tones of the Spanish home.
7. Vince Vaughn’s Former Los Feliz House
This traditional Spanish-style home is brilliantly glowing with several yellow lighting that also illuminates the surrounding foliage of the landscape. This home features a main house with exposed beams on its wall that is mirrored onto the trellises of the sections branching out from it.
The dramatic facade of this Spanish home is balanced with touches of modern elements in its French windows and glass door leading to a balcony overlooking the stone stairway. A couple of wooden garage doors are paired with a modern chimney and wonderful creeping vines that provide a green accent to the white wall beside the garage doors.
8. James Franco’s Former Silver Lake Duplex
This Spanish home maximizes its small lot with its utilization of the vertical space. It also follows the sloped lay of the land with the use of stone stairways leading to different section levels of the house. The modern style of the highest level stands out against the traditional parts, yet it doesn’t clash but adds to the aesthetic instead.
A Spanish-style home that is predominantly white which provides a good background for the grayish wooden main doors, clay-tiled roof, and stair railing. An elegant wooden balcony supported by wooden beams is placed above the main doors with French windows.
9. Spanish Colonial Revival Home in L.A.
The simple and white walls of this Spanish-style home is contrasted with dashes of color with its bluish French windows and doors. The clay-tiled roofs match the wooden garage doors and landscaping that present a romantic Spanish scenery.
The centerpiece of this lovely Spanish home is its brilliant reddish wooden main door that adds a romantic personality to the traditional elements. It overlooks the garden that has tall trees and shrubs that mimic a Spanish locale.
10. Open-Concept Spanish Modern Duplex
This Spanish duplex has textured white walls that stand out against the variety of greenery framing the house. French windows that reflect the skies pair well with the bluish wooden door with an arched entryway and a stone walkway leading up to it.
This is a brilliantly white interior with an arched entryway over wooden floors topped with a woven wicker area rug. Dark elements that are paired with earthy tones are strategically placed to balanced the stark whiteness. There is a touch of modernism in some of these elements that seem to fit in with the overall aesthetic.
Spanish-Style Interior Examples (by Room)
The following are photo examples of Spanish-style interiors (room-by-room). Below each photo are links that take you to extensive Spanish-Style photo galleries for each room.
This is a Spanish-style living room interior with a ceiling striped by exposed wooden beams that support a dark iron chandelier. The hardwood flooring bears a bluish patterned area rug where two bluish sofas across a fireplace flanked by French windows and a circular wall-mounted mirror above it.
The large central island of this Spanish-style kitchen interior pairs well with the green cabinetry and hardwood flooring. The green color contrasts with the white subway tile backsplash of the sink area and the modern metallic fridge.
The Sputnik chandelier lightens up this predominantly white Spanish-style dining room augmented by the natural light coming from the French windows and glass door. A round wooden dining table is surrounded by six dark wooden chairs with woven wicker over a colorful patterned area rug.
This Spanish-style bedroom has an abundance of patterns from its area rugs, pillows and the bench at the foot of the bed. The indoor plant and massive mirror add a certain vibrancy to the white walls and white ceiling with pin lights at the corners and a white ceiling fan.
This is the vanity area of a Spanish-style bathroom with a brass wall-mounted sconce above the square vanity mirror that is flanked by French windows. The vibrant green mosaic tiles are a good reflection of the scenery outside the windows and are a good contrast for the brass faucet and pipes.
Spanish-style foyer with a patterned gray stone flooring that properly transitions from the exterior to the interior of the house and its wooden floor. The white walls and the main door are illuminated by golden pendant lighting that hangs from a wooden ceiling with exposed beams.
This is a picturesque Spanish-style landscape that features a walkway made of irregularly shaped stones embedded into a grassy lawn. Palm trees and tropical plants surround the area giving it a distinct feel of a Spanish locale that perfectly complements the house.
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