Spangalow


Spangalow

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Great niches on each side of the fireplace. Wide plank wooden floors.

dering hall... - Velvet & Linen

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too fun. wish we had indoor stairs. Santa Barbara style tile

Creative Home Preservation

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1925 Radford -- Magnolia

1925 Magnolia - California patio-style bungalow plan - Radford

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Charming Spanish Revival

The Art of the Seamless Addition

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talavera tile staircase

Spanish Colonial Revival

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spanish

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Good reference

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1924 Radford Del Monte The Del Monte has all the classic details that made the Spanish Revival such a popular home style during the 1920s. Tile roof, minimal eaves, stucco walls, and arched windows combined to create the perfect California home.

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Mexican Tile - Light Green Andaluz Terra Nova Mediterraneo Ceramic Tile

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bathroom tiles.

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craftsman trim and tile fireplace

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family room

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Unique tile and mosaics--all part of the arts and crafts era

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Sacramento Bungalow with Porch

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craftsman kitchen

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A Well Tended Bungalow by Sarah Hilbert. Green tiles and granite complement red trim and cabinets in the pleasantly old-fashioned kitchen.

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Arts and Crafts powder room

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Craftsman Living Room.

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Mosaic stairs

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A collection of teal dishware transforms a storage area into a wall of art.

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Neutral with pops of color

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Spanish Revival homes became popular during the 1920s following the Panama-California Exposition, in San Diego from 1915-1917 where buildings were built using a mix of influences: Spanish Baroque, Spanish Colonial and Moorish Revival. The new homes based on these were named Spanish Colonial Revival. They had classic Spanish features on the exterior: white stucco walls, red terracotta roof tiles, wrought iron gates and window grilles and carved entry doors.

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1930's Spanish Revival

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Spanish-revival hallway, love the puppy too!

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Spanish revival staircase

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