Give it an air c to the facade of a house can be possible and also fascinating. An eternal style that never goes out of fashion and is modernized without losing its essence.
The transformation of this basic house in Santa Bárbara, California (USA) into a magical construction of Spanish colonial style It is proof of that. It was carried out by Santa Barbara Home Designer, that is why on the day of the date we share your proposal full of inspiring ideas.
Following the premises of colonial design Spanish and with details of classic materials can transform an outdated house into a very beautiful and more valuable. Some ideas include modifying the roof with Spanish-style tiles, removing eaves from roofs, adding a small Spanish tower with an entrance arch, black iron bars, wide plaster details in cornice eaves, simple window moldings, black colonial lanterns, etc.
For the interior design were used: arches, niches, plaster, railings and wide oak wood floors. Refering to reform From this particular house, the concept of 1 plant and ceilings to 2 waters was maintained. Bet on:
- Brick revoked white
- Stone sand color in masonry skirts and road to exterior entrance, interior reception and light pillar
- Arched main door of wood, with double panel and classic Spanish peephole
- Arcade-shaped openings combined with other more modern classic lines in other planes
- Black iron fittings
- Interiors with arcades and predominant white
- Terracotta floors and wide slat wood semi-clear living
- Few columns with simple moldings but present in heights
- Classic black iron chandelier
- Modern electrical installation of embedded spots that go almost unnoticed
- Decoration in light tones and some detail in dark leather
- Indoor plants in bright green that highlight and bring joy
A simple, canchera and always current proposal that we hope will serve as help and inspiration for all of you. To finish, as usual, we leave the rest of the images so they can appreciate them better.
Project credits: Santa Barbara Home Designer