199,359 Mexican decoration Home Design Photos

Diego Perez
Diego Perez
Where did you get the Mexican wall hanging?
The yellow textile hanging on the wall is a Mexican zarape. You can find them on www.mila-amor.com or can order via special request at www.chiapasbazaar.com
Mexican hippie with a VW and a taste for fine tequila
definately the large globe lights. the mix of geometric shapes and the mexican wall hanging. the are up to the ceiling
Painting the walls in bold, bright colors was an option, but the lightness here allows for the decorative accessories, along with the modern furnishings and lighting, to shine.
it light. In this airy, high-ceilinged space, colorful Mexican folk textiles, artifacts and café chairs introduce culture and personality. Painting the walls in bold, bright colors was an option, but the lightness here allows for the decorative accessories, along with the modern furnishings and lighting
“love the theme, worldly” — Erin Sullivan
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
Tali Hardonag Architect
9 Reviews
A Kitchen Addition
Hi- The accent tile is a 3x3 MexicanTalavera tile in 5 different patterns, with a 3/4x6 pencil liner above and below . They're available online, these were purchased from: http://www.tierrayfuego.com/MexicanTile/ Tali
clean, modern kitchen with mexican tile backsplash. I want my kitchen big, bright and airy but also with something of a Mexican feel
“island” — Kristen Collier
Really like the offset pavers with mexican pebbles, but want more color, not just green.
Mexican pavers, river rock and foxtail fern
Mexican beach pebbles with asparagus ferns
Mexican pebbles / nice contrast with ferns
1. Dark surfacing. Using black or dark gray as a surface for paths and patios gives a design gravitas. In this example black Mexican beach pebbles juxtaposed with lighter hardscape elements help draw the eye to the center of the space. Go sparingly on dark ground surface treatments
“Stones” — eretief
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
This is a 1 1/2"-2 1/2" Black Mexican Pebble, wet!
Black Mexican pebble "wet" style rock
Pebbles and grasses tend to look particularly good in contemporary styled alfresco areas, and they also team well with succulents for a desert or Mexican flavour. Apart from their aesthetic appeal, pebbles are also helpful in suppressing weeds.
“Colors” — standeciarz
Mina Brinkey
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Duncan Residence
idea of using a salvaged Mexican door to enter the bathroom. Not this design but this gives an idea.
Color on wall couch Mexican syle
AFTER: The Duncans kept the leather sofa but added new lighting, artwork, a rug and new Mexican-style doors to the master bedroom. This area is now a nook where Amber likes to read to the kids before bedtime. Artwork: Ken Potter; rattan chair: Ocean Breeze Chair, Lexington Home Brands; rug: Porcelain
“Media room doors” — Larissa Houston Smith
The Sky is the Limit Design
5 Reviews
La Hacienita Canadiense
Tile with wood inlay and decorative tile at corners
color scheme with cobalt, wood and mexican tile accents
Niche' with Mexican tile
Mexican kitchen...Cabinet mexican...Mexican style
“Bright blue appliances” — Juliet Weigand
House + House Architects
28 Reviews
Casa de Cocinas
Mexican bath sink....awesome
mexican style bath for basement
Stunning Mexican bathroom
unusual, mexican...Mexican bathroom
“colours” — chiang909
Abrams Design Build
13 Reviews
Edgewood Road
Mexican tiles + Mexican Talavera sink
Like the touch of Mexican without being tacky
Mexican inspired bathroom
Mexican bathroom...blue mexican sink
“Tile and sink” — Nathan Perry
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