212,232 Mexican decoration Home Design Photos

EPT DESIGN
Pasadena
Ideabooks11,322
Questions5
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
“River Rock Patio” — saosport23
the construction zone, ltd.
5 Reviews
Schulman Residence
Ideabooks2,845
Questions2
great alternative to trees in areas that need vertical protection. Intersperse plantings with architectural details or use dense-growing cacti like Mexican Fencepost to create a living fence.
great alternative to trees in areas that need vertical protection. Intersperse plantings with architectural details or use dense-growing cacti like Mexican Fencepost to create a living fence.
“EN JARDIN PUEDE TERMINAR ASI” — arturo29
The Sky is the Limit Design
6 Reviews
La Hacienita Canadiense
Ideabooks364
Questions2
Mexican sink brown counter gold walls
A decorative sink similar to this could be really pretty in a bathroom, would defiantly want more white accents in painting maybe use blue or red paints too.
color, decorative tile etc.
Mexican style...mexican restroom...mexican bathroom...Mexican style
“Love the blues and yellows” — rma57
LDa Architecture & Interiors
7 Reviews
Rocky Ledge Hall
Ideabooks3,339
Questions5
They are a Mexican pattern - you can learn more about them, and the front doors which also have a Mexican pattern in the Houzz Tour Vanessa Brunner did on this house: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/695564/li
Stock doors were faux painted, scraped, antiqued, and then applied with iron nail heads in a traditional Mexican pattern.
studded doors for depth as well as privacy. Stock doors were faux painted, scraped, antiqued, and then applied with iron nail heads in a traditional Mexican pattern.
studded doors for depth as well as privacy. Stock doors were faux painted, scraped, antiqued, and then applied with iron nail heads in a traditional Mexican pattern. Doors: Avatar EastChair: Williams Sonoma
“Ceiling” — mel_rays
Wendy Black Rodgers Interiors
2 Reviews
Spanish/Mexican Colonial
Ideabooks5,594
Questions4
Mexican floor tile color for bathroom
Spanish/Mexican furniture... Antiques too
Spanish/Mexican Colonial
With Mexican floors...stairs decoration...entrance decor...Table, decor...Mexican tile
“ทางเข้าห้องเล็ก” — sophalee05
Astleford Interiors, Inc.
5 Reviews
Hacienda Chic Residence
Ideabooks5,735
Questions7
Drape color/ Mantel wood Marble fireplace Mexican theme
DECOR. IDEA FOR SEATING AND WALL
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.
“My style!” — ldr22
Avente Tile
Tupper Kitchen and Bathroom Remodel
Ideabooks1,557
Questions4
La Merced 3"x3" tiles create a lovely border along the top. Coordinating blue cornice and liner tiles add a nice contrast along the edges of the decorative tiles. Our Yucatan Ceramic Field Tile collection, and its extensive molding and trim options, were used for this bathroom’s backsplash.
Hi Becky, I'm not sure what tile you are referring to. The decorative (patterned) tile is our Barcelona La Merced: http://www.aventetile.com/product_categories/38.cfm The trim and border plain (solid color) tile is
Would like decorative tile behind sink.
Mexican tiles + Copper sink. Great combination.
I love Mexican Tile but this might be too much. I think I might have just done the arch and borders.
Sink and counter for Mexican themed half bath
“I love Mexican Tile but this might be too much. I think I might have just done the arch and borders.” — Wanita Panza
Marie Hebson's interiorsBYDESIGN Inc.
25 Reviews
Campbell House
Ideabooks339
Questions2
crisp white with mexican tea paint
General Paint Mexican Tea CL-2883D
The exact colour is General Paint CL-2883D-Mexican Tea Eggshell Finish
is this mexican tea also?? Wow sure is different in different time of day
Mexican Tea wall paint
Mexican tea
“Edmonton” — nazanin_saeed
http://www.timescolonist.com/house-beautiful-in-the-mood-for-mexican-decor-1.854259 We got our Mexican themed Canadian home featured in our local newspaper....
What is "Texas Style?"
We saw a bit of controversy over an ideabook about Texas style this week and the comments were really interesting. How would YOU describe Texas style?...
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