Spanish Colonial

Southwestern | Mission

VG2010 in White Oak Wirebrush with V-groove panels

  • The Spanish Colonial style of architecture was popular in the early 20th century and was embraced in both Florida and California, as well as the southwestern U.S.
  • This style is characterized by smooth stucco walls, low pitched roofs, arched entryways and small porches or balconies.
  • TruStile’s Spanish Colonial series showcases doors with simple lines associated with today’s Mission-inspired architecture as well as decorative Spanish Revival door designs.