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Second home in Mexico!!
The ceilings are about 25 feet tall. The French doors and windows are about 15 feet tall so the space seem open and very sunny. I had lots of fun decorating this room. I used ethnic fabrics...rugs, and pillows. The white sofa and chairs are slip covered for easy care. I used local craftsmen for many of
“great floor, windows, window frames” — esterkaren
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polished Mexican decorative tile w/ royal blue
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“"bended" mirror and corner faucet” — juleism
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Isn't Mexican feather grass invasive in Southern California?
the grasses in the front are Stipa tenuissima ( Nassela tenuissima) or Mexican Feather Grass. There are a few Miscanthus
Mexican Feather Grasses in the foreground can be 'combed'
care of Mexican feather grass- comb with rake to remove heavy dried material, then pops back up. What we have?
Mexican Feather Grass uses lower water
theme. Here, Mexican feather grass has a softly textured appearance and moves with the breeze.Learn more about ornamental grasses
4. Elevate the ordinary. A single object, a dark metal planter that one might easily find at a garden center, is suddenly treated as a work of art. Mexican feathergrass
Mexican Feather Grass (Stipa tenuissima) This is one of those perfect midsize grasses that seem to find their way into many gardens. Its soft texture and lighter
“Grasses!” — Cathy Forkas
Greg Logsdon
El Taller Gallery
Rama, the blue combo looks phenomenal. It's serene. The throw on the sofa looks like a Mexican serape.
tagged as French Country? From the hideous early 20th century Mexican painting to the terra-cotta stucco to the striped serape throw, this alcove SCREAMS South Of The Border.
The lovely mexican style throw on the seat.
A Mexican-style serape and print above the couch brighten up this neutral room as your
A bright Mexican blanket, or Saltillo serape, makes a great casual chair or sofa cover, especially for vintage finds
Style Secret: Textural SurfacesHighly textured walls, ceilings and floors hint at the traditional materials and construction methods that characterize Southwestern style. Choose stucco, plaster and adobe with a rough, hand-troweled appearance, enhanced by decorative paint
“textture wall” — kcgingrich
Professional Design Consultants
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Spanish delight
So this is a bit too much wild tile but I love the traditional Mexican tile elements in the shower.
mexican tiled shower
Mexican tile bathroom
Mexican tile in the bathroom.
Mexican tile...Love Mexican tile...mexican bathroom
“cabana bathroom???” — Medscom Property Development
Custom kitchens
Decorative Tile -- where can i find them?
I ordered mexican tile directly from mexico for a very good price. Just google mexican tile.
I like the Mexican tiles mixed with the stone. I would prefer to just have it as a 4" back splash along the counter with a different Mexican tile every few tiles. Maybe four or five of the solid stone then a Mexican tile and four or five more solid stone. Over the stove
Plain tiles with 4x4" Mexican tiles in the middle row.
Love the Mexican tiles and the blue with yellow accents
stove could be the solid stone interspersed with the Mexican tiles. I have not found where to get these particular tiles on the internet.
“blue cabinets” — Melissa Snyder Pike
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Half Way, OR: Pat & Patti Walker
love the use of the mexican tiles. LOVE, love, love it.
Blue cabs mixed with Mexican tile and saltillor
Love the mexican theme and how creative the person was with reinventing an old bathroom at a low cost. A coat of paint on the bathtub,
Bright colors and Mexican ceramic tile
mexican tiles with terracotta floor
Way to use Mexican tiles
mexican tiles
“Bathroom colors” — meghanmullaney
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