Traditional architecture can be defined as a number of styles. We use “traditional” to mean taken from an old world building character such as Tuscan, Mediterranean, or Spanish Colonial. This style of architecture references more ornate features such as carved wood beams, decorative iron work, and field stone walls. Other materials that are used to produce this charming European appeal are warm colored stucco, tile roofs, and canterra stone details. Scale, proportion, and symmetry of interior and exterior spaces are carefully designed to capture the essence of traditional architectural styles. Traditional homes can fit easily into a suburban setting with green front yards or a desert oriented golf community.