Pick your flavor: classic Spanish, fresh modern, or majestic with a twist! Three elegantly Spanish homes prove that this style can’t be put in a box. Located in Los Feliz, the Hollywood Hills, and Hollywood Hills East, these three unique homes are put to the style test!
All white beams, a white-washed fireplace, an elegant chandelier, and vintage-inspired light fixtures create a vibrant Spanish tone in the first home. The second is more of a modern take on an old classic with stark white walls, contrasting fresh wood beams and windows to give the space a crisp clean feeling. Finally, the third is an eclectic chic version of a Spanish home with a dramatic picture window, curved ceiling, and bold arched entryways. Everything about this one has big personality!
Whether it is classic stone staircases winding upstairs or vibrant tiled floors with statement doors and vintage-inspired chandeliers, a grand foyer entryway is a must-have in a Spanish hacienda. After all, it is the first impression.
Fresh whites in the kitchen create a modern tone, while deep rich woods are a nod to a home’s original Spanish style. In our opinion, we’ll be stealing style tips from the third alternative, with emerald cabinetry, brushed brass hardware, a white farmhouse sink, marble backsplash, high-end appliances, vintage-inspired sink hardware, and a display shelf framing the ceiling. Whoever said modern and Spanish can’t mix?! This is the perfect example of a sophisticated modern touch!
There’s something about doors opening to a viewing balcony (or at least to views of lush greenery) that makes you feel like royalty in a Spanish castle. All three bedrooms feature twists on this idea.
Crank up the blender and start pouring the margaritas – from Saltillo-tiled patios, to lush landscaping, to luxurious pools with fountains, each of these homes will certainly know how to throw a backyard barbecue! Kick up your feet in your lounge chair and enjoy the view of classic terra cotta rooftops surrounded by California beauty! Classic, modern, and everything in between, we sure do love a good Spanish home.