Spanish Colonial Home Style

Overview

The Spanish Colonial style gained widespread popularity in the United States in the first part of the 1900s, primarily in the south and southwest where overheating was a problem much of the year. Thick walls and deep, shaded loggias proved to be an ideal response to the climate and were well-suited to incorporate the architectural details from many eras of Spanish and Mexican homes.

  • A combination of Spanish home styles
  • Stucco walls, balconies and patios
  • Casement windows and French doors
  • Tall, narrow windows with rectangular grilles

Colors & Finishes

 
Spanish Colonial Home Style Window Color Finishes

Color Combinations

 
Spanish Colonial Home Style Color Combinations

Hardware

 
Spanish Colonial Home Style Window Door Hardware