Last time we talked real estate I shared with you, you’re welcome, the best big city loft. The loft was fabulous, obviously. But, my true favorite style of house is a cross between Spanish and Mediterranean.
This style is fairly common is South Florida and California. It should not be confused with “Tuscan” and should not feature an abundance of gold, marble columns, etc. It should never be confused for “inspired by Macaroni Grill” not should it have any resemblance to anyone’s home on the Real Housewives of New Jersey series. It should be natural, open, airy, organic – and obviously, fabulous.
I haven’t found “the one” but how fabulous are these details?
What I love: There are a few consistent details that always call out to me on this style of homes. I love the tiled roof, the natural stone floors, the pastel kissed stucco walls, the curved entryways and windows, irons details, floral vines, I could go on forever.
The other benefit of this style of home is its ability to play nice with others. Because it has a world-traveled aesthetic it perfectly cool with making friends with other new and old and far and near accessories.
Do you have a city home/apartment style?
*Also, it is my birthday this week, so expect for more “my favorite things” style posts than usual!