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George Washington Smith

Widely regarded as the founder of Spanish Colonial Revival style, George Washington Smith is one of my favorite architects and styles to admire. Smith's travels in Spain and Mexico schooled him in the elements of Spanish vernacular architecture. 

His signature mix of whitewashed walls, re-tiled roofs, balconies, courtyards, fountains, elaborate carved woodwork and wrought iron are seen throughout his homes. 

Sprinkled throughout Santa Barbara and surrounding cities, his estilo is still just as popular today. 

Viva la vida and do it with ESTILO!

Compras:

Chandelier: Steven Handelman Studios, Carved walnut antique bench: Mediterrania Antiques, Noir Cindra Chair: $696 Layla Grayce, Light Sconce: $515 Hacienda Light and Iron, Antonelli Pendant: $515 Steven Handelman, Antique Persian Mahal: $1,999 One Kings Lane  

Chandelier: Steven Handelman Studios, Carved walnut antique bench: Mediterrania Antiques, Noir Cindra Chair: $696 Layla Grayce, Light Sconce: $515 Hacienda Light and Iron, Antonelli Pendant: $515 Steven Handelman, Antique Persian Mahal: $1,999 One Kings Lane