White rough-cast stucco was nearly always used for Mission Revival houses, along with tile roofs in terra cotta red or green. Metal tile roofs imitating the rounded clay tile roofs were also used. Vertical windows in assemblies of three to five were grouped together for major rooms, and were usually double-hung. Chimneys were stuccoed and interior . Exterior chimneys were embedded in the parapeted gable ends. Bracketed eaves are the only wood expression other than the windows and doors.