Spanish Revival-Style Home

This large home owes its beautiful Spanish Revival style to Hugh Randolph, whose design evokes the best of the historical style.

Photo By: Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects

Photo By: Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects

Photo By: Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects

Photo By: Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects

Photo By: Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects

Photo By: Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects

Photo By: Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects

Photo By: Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects

Photo By: Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects

Photo By: Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects

Photo By: Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects

Photo By: Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects

Photo By: Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects

Photo By: Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects

Photo By: Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects

Spanish Revival Home with Grand Entry

This Spanish Revival features a grand entry leading into a foyer. Carefully chosen materials replicate the feeling of a sophisticated manor from the heart of Spain.

Spanish Revival Roofline With Roof Tiles

This home demonstrates the spirit of the 1920s Spanish Revival style that was most common in California cities such as Los Angeles and Santa Barbara. Set in a neighborhood with design guidelines, key goals were simplicity of form, utilization of the slope, and highlighting of the view.

Mediterranean Home with Traditional Terra Cotta Roof

Traditional terra cotta shingles are used on this Mediterranean-style home. The owners wanted to keep things simple so decided on stucco walls and terra cotta accessories for the exterior.

White Spanish Revival Home with a Row of Steel Windows

Set high on a hill overlooking a valley, this Spanish Revival home makes the most of its location. Mediterranean steel windows showcase the inside of the home while providing a great view.

Hallway with Natural Wood Ceiling

Large steel windows illuminate this romantic stretch of hallway and highlight the great view. Warm, natural wood brings its rustic feel from above while the overall shape is reflective of Mediterranean design.

Mediterranean Hallway with Antique Lanterns

Large steel windows illuminate this romantic stretch of hallway and highlight the great view. Warm, natural wood brings its rustic feel from above while clean surfaces and modern design sit below.

Mediterranean Foyer with Rustic Touch

Mediterranean with a twist, this Spanish Revival house was not meant to look predictable. Traditional Spanish elements like the floor tiles and flowers pair with more rustic themes like exposed wood beams and paneling.

Mediterranean Entry with a Barn-Style Wall

Country and Mediterranean design styles mix in this one-of-a-kind entry. Spanish tiles and patterns give the barn style wall some flair while a sunflower arrangement brightens up the room.

White Transitional Kitchen with Oversized Marble Island

This kitchen is made to look good and cook good. Stunning marble countertops and backsplash accent the kitchen, and the large island is perfect for food preparation and dining.

White Kitchen and Dining Area

A mix of designs has created a unique cooking and dining experience in this kitchen. Modern, traditional and rustic elements come together around the dining table, and a nearby chef-worthy kitchen is covered in luxury marble and dazzling finishes.

White Transitional Kitchen with Seating Nook

A quaint corner nook in the kitchen is the perfect spot to get some work done or enjoy a cup of coffee. The hardwood herringbone floor is a great way to add some interest and contrast the white walls.

Mediterranean Dining Room with Colorful Art

This neutral dining room infuses color in its art and keeps everything else simple yet sophisticated.

White Sitting Room with Chaise Lounge Chairs

Luxurious chaise longue chairs are illuminated by a steel Spanish window above. Lots of seating is perfect for entertaining or relaxing with a book.

Master Suite with Spanish Steel Patio Doors

The romanticism of Spanish style meets the warmth of rustic design in this master suite. Wispy, elongated drapes frame a pair of steel French doors while a rugged hardwood flows underneath.

Mediterranean Master Bath with Exposed Wood Ceilings

This stunning master bathroom has a whimsical feel that is contrasted by the exposed wood ceiling above. All of the fixtures create an air of luxury while the wood infuses the warmth of a lived-in home.