Adobe homes are all unique, below are some examples.
A Territorial style Weir Brothers Adobe. This is the view after you walk through (what you think is) the front door. You’re in a beautiful courtyard, with a garage/workshop entry and casita entry to the left, a pool built around a boulder, and the main living structure to the right (out of view).
The beams and massive iron tie-in plate of an entryway rotunda of a Patterson adobe…
And the spiral staircase and floor underneath.
The dining area, wet bar, step down living room, and “rock sofa” of a Larry Weir adobe.
The bathtub of a Larry Weir adobe. The step down, open shower is to the right, behind the bricks.
Beams of a Patterson adobe.
More details of the same Patterson adobe.
Living room of a Weir Bros. adobe.
Indoor grill and kitchen of the same Weir Bros. adobe.
Front door of a Larry Weir adobe.
The Front entrance to a Weir Bros adobe.
The front entrance of a “pre Caladobe building boom” home, started in the late 1930’s, finished after the war in the 40’s.
Wagon wheels were often re-purposed as architectural accents in the yards of adobe homes, and also as windows.