Pueblo-Revival Style Master Bath

See a stunning example of architecture that is one with its environment and places a strong emphasis on natural materials.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionWhen people speak of the Santa Fe design, what they’re really talking about is the pueblo-revival style: architecture that’s one with its environment and emphasizes natural materials such as wood, stone and mud bricks. This master bathroom is a stunning example of the pueblo-revival style. It’s most evident in the ceiling, with hand-carved viga beams, rough-hewn rafters and corbels adding architectural interest and support. This style of architecture is characteristic of American Indian and Spanish-style homes in the Southwest.

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