Spanish Style Home Plans
Also called Spanish Revival, this style was very popular in the United States from 1915 to 1945. The Spanish style has a stucco exterior, a clay-tile roof, exposed beams, wrought-iron details and repeated arches around an entry walkway. Front doors are of heavy carved wood and porches sometimes feature spiral columns. Walls and floors are often covered with patterned tiles. The floor plan may also include an enclosed courtyard.
- Stucco exterior
- Low-pitched tile roof
- Little or no overhanging eaves
- Arches above doors, porch entries and windows