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Mission Style Homes

Courtyard entrance... Favorite home style.... Spanish Mission... Home style... Like the courtyard idea.... Good unadorned spanish... spanish entrance.

Spanish Mission Walkway - Willow Glen: Spanish-Style Home with a Dining Room Fireplace

Art Nouveau Flowering Tree Series Plate 116 Botanical Art Print 8 x 10 Home Decor Arts and Crafts Era Prairie Style Mission Style Bungalow. via Etsy.

Showplace quartersawn white oak makes a big impression in a modest space in this comfortable family home. The clean lines of the Pendleton door put the character of this unique wood front and center. An updated Mission look is achieved with the warm glow of the Autumn finish. (Pendleton SPW Door Style)

Wonderful circa 1915 cast lamp base with original paint. The large Craftsman crescent shade is created with original Arts & Craft textiles in gold and green tones including antique bronze-gold metallic lace, net lace and an ornate period William Morris style rose and vine appliqué. Hand beaded custom fringe in accent colors of olive, earth tones and rose adorns the bottom of the shade. This lamp would look great in a mission, bungalow or cottage style home.

10 Old House Features We Were Wrong to Abandon.Transom windows are panels of glass above doors in old homes, especially those built in the Mission or Arts and Crafts styles. They admitted natural light to front hallways and interior rooms before the advent of electricity, and circulated air even when doors were closed for privacy.

1918 Mission Style Plan - Stillwell. According to designer Stillwell, this plan is one of the best examples of True Mission Style. Love the enclosed courtyard~patio. Notice all rooms are well-ventilated. (They had no problem with mold back then)

All that beautiful light. All those beautiful books. The plants. The missions style furniture. I love it

At the front steps of a renovated Chicago bungalow, a Craftsman-style Simpson door invites guests into the home. Preserving art-glass windows is a mainstay of bungalow authenticity.

Reclaimed Porch Doors Mix reclaimed materials to get the look you want. This homeowner combined cypress siding from an early-1900s Sears Craftsman painted green, wood from a 100-year-old barn, and wrought iron fencing to create the porch’s sliding doors. The doors slide on a new track, but the rollers are antique meat-hook wheels from a meatpacking plant. Photo by Laurey W. Glenn

Spanish Mission-Style Home, Homewood, Alabama by Cougar_6, via Flickr

Drought-tolerant yard (before) This small Spanish colonial style home in San Diego had a large Mission fig tree, twin patches of lawn, and little else of interest.

Spanish Architecture homes tend to have an Interior Church Influence in their decor. Mission-style homes, which were most popular between 1895 and 1910, mimicked the plain, rustic feel of the churches they were inspired by with thick walls and modest window sizes, plaster interiors and exposed wood beam ceilings, as seen in this Spanish-style home.