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Astleford Interiors, Inc.
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Hacienda Chic Residence
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Drape color/ Mantel wood Marble fireplace Mexican theme
Catholic iconography is a big part of Mexican art and design. This wall of old tin crosses and milagros, along with the altar-like mantel covered in candles, is reminiscent of an old Spanish mission. Without being somber.
2. You definitely don’t have to listen to loved ones. Just like you have to find the strength to be curt, mastering the art of rejecting advice from the people you care about is key. Watch how it’s done. “Hi, Mom! Good to hear from you. What’s that? I should install blue carpet
“My style!” — ldr22
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ramaananth
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were designed by a young art graduate who had specialised
Beautiful. Take a look as well to the pottery work done by Mexican artisans in clay or in talavera. www.chiapasbazaar.com
wabi sabi - art of finding beauty in imperfect things
supposedly Mexican artifacts -- actually artist's project
artifacts' real and potential 'expressions.'" This wall displaying Mexican artifacts is a good example. Working with undervalued materials is another.
"think beyond perceived functionality, physical attributes and lifespans to consider artifacts' real and potential 'expressions.'" This wall displaying Mexican artifacts is a good example. Working with undervalued materials is another.
This 3-D wall mural made of pottery is amazing. Large scale 3-D art makes a huge impression. You can look at it over and over and see new things.
“I like this feature; memorabilia could be displayed here as a place to reflect on loved ones” — Archie Black
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
The Passage
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Buffet decor on and above. Imagine with mexican art
Art layout...framed art
“like the rustic door fronts.” — alluther
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Astleford Interiors, Inc.
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Ashley Astleford
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color and use of mexican tiles
them. The bold wall gets its cheerful hue from a custom-mixed stucco, and the fireplace and stove are adorned with a colorful collection of mixed Mexican tiles. "So many people are afraid of using color," says Astleford. "But for me, there are no rules with color."
The outdoor kitchen takes color to an entirely new level. The bold yellow wall is a custom stucco blend that allows the blue Mexican tiles and the pink fridge to really pop. Iron chairs painted in neon hues and traditional paper garlands emphasize the home's South of the Border vibe
“Colored chairs” — Dawnelle Marie
Coates Design Architects Seattle
23 Reviews
Perilstein Residence - Bainbridge Island Architect Coates Design
Ideabooks475
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Amazing fusion of Mexican folk art and modern architecture.
“Stairway” — allallen4
Louise Lakier
1 Review
My Houzz: Living at the Sou'wester Inn
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bedroom is tucked around the corner from the living room and the kitchen. The remnants of a beautiful brick fireplace decorated with her original Mexican folk art serve as a headboard
bedroom is tucked around the corner from the living room and the kitchen. The remnants of a beautiful brick fireplace decorated with her original Mexican folk art serve as a headboard.
“Interesting” — Shaune Abendroth
Lauren Mikus
Adam Cayton-Holland
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Once rented to a roommate, this space is now tCayton-Holland's office, with a mission-style desk, chair and lamp. Mexican folk art retablos and tapestries from Mongolia and Indonesia adorn the wall.
“desk and chairs” — palmhof606
Larcade Larcade, Arch., Interior Design and Color
4 Reviews
Mexican Dining Room Garita Project
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This room is very influenced by the home of Frida Kahlo in Mexico City. The tiles are Mexican cement tiles, the table is a market table painted. Also playing is various geometric patterns. photo credit: Margaret Larcade
6514 In different note, our handmade products were featured in this WSJ article and if our home decor products could be considered for your next Mexican inspired home decor project we would be honored. Thank you www.chiapasbazaar.com
by the Frida Kahlo home which my husband, architect John Larcade and I visited some 30 years ago. It is our home in San Miguel de Allende, MX. Mexican architecture and interiors are not about wild colors, but about space, light, materials, pattern, the gardens of color, and all seen against a deep
“color” — Sue Starr
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