Best-known for their white stucco walls, red clay roof tiles, and use of heavy, rustic wood accents, hacienda-style homes have been extremely popular across the southwestern United States—as well as California and Florida—or decades. Sharing many characteristics with Spanish Colonial architecture, Spanish architecture, and Spanish Colonial Revival architecture, hacienda architecture has long history in countries like Spain and Mexico, but made its way to the United States between the 1600s and the mid-1800s.
With celebrating the rustic elegance and timeless appeal of the old-world country estates, a Hacienda interior style is often featured with high-beamed ceilings, cool tiled floors and the use of decorative wrought-iron and carved-stone. Today we are going to tour a Malibu Hacienda that is recently transformed into a serene oasis with contemporary art and comfort.
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