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Palm Springs Gains a Luxuriously Modern Spanish Revival Home


We've been at the Spanish-style home biz for nearly 20 years.  This project, taking two years to complete, is at the top of our favorites list! 

The Kitchen Tour

The kitchen (& entire home) is grounded with brown terracotta tile flooring, called Manganese Saltillo tile, in the San Felipe pattern.

Wooden cabinets & white stucco walls are staples in Spanish Revival design.

The industrial appliances and mixed stainless steel & brass metals modernize this kitchen. A terracotta tile backsplash completes the look.

Living Room Tour

An open floor plan from the kitchen & dining room reveals an inviting space for gatherings in the living room.

Plush & oversized furniture add softness against the Saltillo flooring, wooden beams, and wrought iron light fixtures. It's a perfect balance.

The terracotta tile pattern in these niches creates a cohesive look by matching the kitchen backsplash.

Bathroom Tour

The bathrooms include classic features of Spanish Revival design with a modern twist.

Again, Saltillo tile flooring speaks Spanish Revival style, while white subway tile & brass fixtures add a modern touch.

Bedroom Tour

Large double doors that walk out to a sunny southern California day by the pool are worth waking up for!

Outdoor Living

Spanish Revival homes are known for outdoor courtyards, tiered fountains, and gathering areas.

Hand-painted Mexican tiles (Talavera tiles) add generations-old artistry to this outdoor style. Saltillo tile on the stair risers matches the color of the indoor flooring.

Who doesn't love gathering around a fire pit to warm up on those cool desert nights? This fire pit is featured in Mexican tiles. Mindy Laven Home is credited with the design for this remodel.

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