Spanish Style Homes

  • Bruce Willis' Beverly Hills Mansion: Kitchen

    A playful, artistic twist on the classic double stove-top backsplash, created with subway tiles, pays homage to Spring Street in New York City in the modern chef's kitchen. It's one of three kitchens…   See the Image

  • Bruce Willis' Beverly Hills Mansion: Entryway

    A simplistic and airy entryway showcases the open design of the Spanish-style home. The glass double doors and no-nonsense tile floors create an openness and allow plenty of natural light to shine…   See the Image

  • Bruce Willis' Beverly Hills Mansion: Entryway

    The entryway is nothing short of grand with a large metal chandelier and beautifully crafted wood beam ceiling.   See the Image

  • Bruce Willis' Beverly Hills Mansion: Home Exterior and Walkway

    The 10,000-square-foot Spanish-style home, which was built in 1928, sits on one acre of well-manicured land that's Hollywood all the way.   See the Image

  • Bruce Willis' Beverly Hills Mansion: Exterior

    The 10,000-square-foot Spanish-style home, which was built in 1928, sits on one acre of well-manicured land that's Hollywood all the way.   See the Image

  • Bruce Willis' Beverly Hills Mansion: Courtyard

    We could spend all day in this stunning inner courtyard, which showcases a fountain and a breathtaking view of the two-story estate with a symmetrical design that's accentuated with glass doors,…   See the Image

  • Bruce Willis' Beverly Hills Mansion: Bedroom

    A vaulted ceiling and skylight take this simple bedroom design to new heights.   See the Image

  • Bruce Willis' Beverly Hills Mansion: Bedroom

    The Spanish-style charm of this bedroom is accentuated with lots of natural light from the windows and skylight.   See the Image

  • Bruce Willis' Beverly Hills Mansion: Bedroom

    Rustic beams and a fireplace lend a classic hacienda feel to this bedroom.   See the Image

  • Bruce Willis' Beverly Hills Mansion: Bedroom

    A large padded headboard and luscious fabrics ensure this room is fit for a movie star.   See the Image