1. Flared hood. Curves are seen in Spanish style, from arches to scroll patterns, so it is not surprising that the hoods are often flared in shape. This one is made from sheetrock, with cast stone trim and corbels.
2. Dark walnut cabinets with ornamentation. Most antique Spanish furniture was made from walnut and had decorative details like rope and beaded trim. The wood on this hood ties it to the rest of the cabinetry.
Here's some fun tile in a bar area from Latin Accents.
5. Oil-rubbed bronze finish. The dark brown aged look of oil rubbed bronze works well in a Spanish kitchen. This finish is seen on faucets as well as hardware.
6. Arched cooking alcoves. The stove is the heart of the Spanish kitchen. If space permits, a large cooking alcove would make a great focal point.
7. Wooden ceiling beams. This architectural detail is often found throughout the house. And how about that cozy cooking alcove?