Mediterranean Revival

By: Madison Brees

Facts About Mediterranean Style Houses

Designers usually used the Mediterranean Revival style for churches, schools and residences.


This style house is much like the Spanish Colonial.


Mediterranean styled homes were introduced into America in the 1920's-1930's


The structure of Mediterranean styled homes are usually based off a rectangular shaped floor plan, and feature massive, symmetrical primary facades.


Usually in year round nice weather states like...

  • Florida
  • California








Characteristics:

Red tiled roofs


Arcaded entrance/porch


Stuccoed walls


Windows in the shape of arches or circles


One or two stories


Wood or wrought iron balconies/window grilles


Lush gardens


Often painted white