Spanish Colonial Revival (1915 to 1940) features low-pitched red-tile roof, arched windows and doors, shaped parapet, asymmetrical facade, stucco exterior.

American House Styles

Spanish Colonial Revival to features low-pitched red-tile roof, arched windows and doors, shaped parapet, asymmetrical facade, stucco exterior.

Spanish Bungalow with triple arched windows and tiled arch entry door...stone plaster effect

Spanish Bungalow with triple arched windows and tiled arch entry door.stone plaster effect

Spanish Colonial Revival flourished in Southern California during the 1920s and 1930s following a noteworthy appearance at the Panama-California Exposition of 1915.  Spanish-style homes often feature a low-pitched red tile roof, arches, grillwork, and a stucco or adobe exterior. The typical U-shape floor plan is oriented around a central courtyard and fountain.

SoCal and low-pitched red tile roof, arches, grillwork, and a stucco or adobe exterior. U-shape floor plan around central courtyard and fountain.

Spanish style

Designed by Lena Robbins in this Spanish Colonial Revival house has been handsomely restored with traditional Spanish-style awnings, and features a combination of one- and two-story wings and a projecting second floor set atop small arches.

This house has a similar roof line. Maybe you could add the barrel tiles on the top edge of the roof?

flat roof for garage.Spanish Mission house wrought iron, low pitched roof, arcaded porch with adjoining arches

Cottage Living Idea Home

The 2008 Cottage Living Idea Home blew me away. Designed by Jackie Terrell. You can view more photos, virtual tours and video tours here .

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