20,011 spanish living room Kitchen Design Photos

Godden Sudik Architects Inc
3 Reviews
Awarded Designs
Ideabooks6,504
Questions16
change the kitchen lamp - increase the height of the room or use a different type of lighting
integrated into the Spanish houses with tile and wood. Similar to The Crosby Clubhouse
2. Wood and stone ceilings. Typical Spanish-style homes have neutral color schemes. For this reason elaborately detailed ceilings, such as this brick
Your style is …Spanish: Warm, distressed cabinets, stone and wood ceilings and copper sinks have a place in the
floors and a glass of sangria on hand, and you’ll be all set. See more on Spanish-style kitchens
“Tile colors” — txexport22
JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
25 Reviews
Lake Conroe Spanish
Ideabooks16,670
Questions14
I know this question has already been asked, but I am wondering where you purchased the spanish tile and border for
backsplash to tie to living room fireplace and soon-to-be stairs?
Ideas for accessorizing for a "spanish style" kitchen look
Pic of spanish tile as stove backplash with white tile (I'll do white subway tile for rest
3. Copper sinks. I love to use copper sinks in Spanish-style kitchens. This hammered island sink by Native Trails perfectly complements the oil-rubbed-bronze
“Arched window at sink” — jsmccaffery
Erica Islas / EMI Interior Design, Inc.
9 Reviews
1920s Kitchen Remodel
Ideabooks9,313
Questions13
We are looking to redo our house in a spanish/mexican style but want it some what modern. We love this kitchen you designed
Cross between Spanish country and farmhouse
border of more expensive, Spanish-inspired tiles lines each wall.See more of this kitchen
7. Mixture of tilesSticking to a Spanish style, this 1920s kitchen
7. Mixing tiles in Los Angeles. Sticking to a Spanish style, this 1920s kitchen has two different types of tile for its backsplash
diagonal, for the majority of the splashback. But a border of more expensive, Spanish-inspired tiles lines each wall.See more of this kitchen
Islas carried the soffit around the entire room, making it feel more intimate and giving her the freedom to use down lights for ambience. "With old homes
“Fregadero” — Jessica Ballestero
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John Malick & Associates
5 Reviews
Mediterranean Equestrian Estate, Carmel, California
Ideabooks54,275
Questions30
The countertop is Spanish Gold marble wtih an antique finish. Thank you for your interest in the
mentioned in answers to other viewers' questions, the counters are typically Spanish Gold Marble with an antique finish. Next to the range, we switched to honed
The island countertop is Spanish Gold marble with an antiqued finish. --John Malick & Associates
custom color the glazes give further depth. The warm tone also comes from the room's other finishes, as well as the thick walls, which soften the incoming light
Counter top, stone entrance to other room, wood on ceiling
Spanish gold marble with an antiqued finish
the colors and tones of the kitchen- Spanish look
great room with stone, wood rafters
“ceiling, lighting, counter,stove” — Jeanni Calvit
Cynthia Bennett & Associates
4 Reviews
Spanish Revival Restoration
Ideabooks2,391
Questions9
Another look at the Spanish Revival kitchen.
is it possible to have this lighted pot rack recreated again? I live in the Austin area and building a Tuscan home...its perfect for my kitchen
Spanish brown mission style- I think it's an Arto quarry tile
Spanish floor tile Quarry tile Spanish brown Mission Style
green granite top with spanish flooring
“Pot rack 2” — Nathaniel Price
Erica Islas / EMI Interior Design, Inc.
9 Reviews
1920s Kitchen Remodel
Ideabooks3,507
Questions8
where can i find spanish tile without all the lead from mexico
looking for spanish tile locally dont want tile from mexico its
Islas started off with the San Felipe pattern floor tile and picked a Spanish tile for the backsplash. A palette of terra cottas, whites and teal accents
in this colorful kitchen. The San Felipe–pattern floor tile inspired the Spanish backsplash tile, which in turn evolved into a palette of terra-cottas, whites
Islas used the teal on the cabinetry, tile and window seat fabric to tie the room together. "After" photos: David Young-Wolff
“floor tyle shapes” — COINDESA
Marlene Oliphant Designs LLC
21 Reviews
California Spanish Home Remodel
Ideabooks2,737
Questions4
This Spanish-style kitchen was designed for a client who loves tile and loves color. The tiles are Malibu tiles. handmade in colors chosen by the designer
me the color grout you used. I have similar backsplash going in. (very Spanish with blue and terra-cotta). Like how you used a dark color grout. Can you
terra cotta floor, turqueose wall and stain blue cabinets in laundry room
Kitchen -Spanish tiles, color, dark wood cabinets
back splash and spanish tiles throughout
“also sink” — emilysaarinen
TDM Tiling
3 Reviews
Spanish Style
Ideabooks3,925
Questions4
spanish backsplash cobblestone style floor
Spanish Style...Grass cloth in dining room...tile to keep spanish flavor...Spanish tile for outside...spanish tile...basement????...Cool Spanish kitchen...Spanish tile kitchen...Spanish style
“White painted cabinets with rustic rules and colorful backsplash” — biggilily
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