The Mediterranean Revival is a unique style, but also very similar in many ways to the Spanish Revival and Mission Revival buildings of the era. The foremost characteristic of this style is its eclecticism; mixing old styles with modern tastes. Buildings in this style are usually constructed of stone or stucco with occasional rusticated corners. Window shapes and designs usually vary from floor to floor, and the door is commonly flanked by pediments supporting an entablature on top. Walls have a thick and solid appearance with arches in main-floor windows, doors and arcades.