21,156 kitchen textile Mediterranean Home Design Photos

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Marrakesh by Design Morrocan Homes Maryam Montague
something like this over the window and all the way down from kitchen to laundry room :)
about this room! all the textiles and rugs as well as the color red.
We have so many great textiles we could use, but don't
" The exuberant mix of colors and patterns in this cozy nook shows the Moroccan bohemian style to full effect. To get this look, pile a variety of textiles on your bed or couch and top with a cacophony of cushions. Lay a colorful rug over a patterned floor. Remember, more is more.Tip: Poufs are not only
Drench with detailIntricately embroidered fabrics with bold patterns will give your living space the feel of an exotic bazaar. Look out for textiles with sequins or tiny mirrors stitched into them, which are typically found in Morocco.
“Colors” — Darlene Aque-thomas
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Marrakesh by Design Morrocan Homes Maryam Montague
The Moroccan outdoor lifestyle is all about sun protection and lounging. Rich local textiles bring color and softness to sandy stucco and rattan.
Layer textiles for a well-traveled look. Patterned textiles in indigo and rust mix with rough, weathered wood and woven materials in this Marrakesh
6. Textiles. Moroccan fabrics, such as silks or other gauzy textiles, can be used and layered as room dividers, draperies or furniture protectors.Get this look: Hit your local fabric store and keep an eye out for colorful, intricately patterned or gauzy textiles. Mix and match patterns
patterns and colors to get the eclectic Moroccan look. You can always turn these textiles into pillows or floor cushions, or drape a few yards over furniture or above outdoor spaces.
“Bamboo shade” — izso
Tucker & Marks
Hilltop Retreat
window treatments were made with the "Leopard" textile in the Olivine colorway, by Raoul Textiles: http://www.raoultextiles.com/
Hello! The window treatments are made with a leopard print linen from Raoul Textiles at De Sousa Hughes, called "Leopard" in the
iron hardware was purchased from Martin Kobus:http://www.martinkobus.com/ These window treatments were made with the "Leopard" textile in the Olivine colorway, by Raoul Textiles: http://www.raoultextiles.com/
“cabin bedrm” — karenhope
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
White Brick Mediterranean
counter; what are the materials / textiles?
Tile manufacturer in Jessica Helgerson's Design Kitchen
how wide and long is this kitchen?
would like to know more about the kitchen floor. Is it tile. Where could I find it close to indpl. Ind.
Granada Tile but was unable to use it (change of plan!). It's the Badajoz design in black and white like the one in this kitchen: http://www.jhinteriordesign.com/alhambra-kitchen/ Granada Tile will sell it to you for less than I paid for it--and refund me some of what I paid. My loss is your gain! Give
This is the lovliest kitchen I've seen in a long time! It must be such a pleasure to work in this room. Such a lucky homeowner. Kudos to all involved!!
Who makes the refrigerator in this kitchen and where can I get it?
“Spanish Kitchen” — chinggayol
Mediterranean Staircase
to match random tiles in kitchen! - dream vacation home in Italy or something
intense color, focus on accents. Classic Mediterranean homes have light, earthy walls with artwork, textiles and materials in bright colors. Paint a canvas in a bold color or frame out your favorite textiles for touches of jewel-toned brilliance.
are very colorful and geometric, and they can add tons of interest to your home. Look beyond your kitchen and bath to areas such as stairs and laundry rooms.More:9 Elements of Spanish-Revival Kitchens10 Favorite Features of Spanish-Revival StyleGet the Look: Mediterranean Courtyard
“Tiles in step” — atulkr30
Mediterranean Hall
Where can I find a wall textile like this?
Visit www.hinesofoxford.com for tapestries & textiles
Wall textile
“porch” — marychenderson
Mediterranean Living Room
Awesome exposed wood ceilings and rustic wooden coffee table. The textiles and colors complement both exceptionally well.
Living room / kitchen with same ceiling
Informal living/ family room open to kitchen
this example is woodsy-cabin "lite." A high ceiling is warmed up by wooden planks and beams; the large wooden coffee table adds a rustic touch, and textiles add sophistication.
“Living room” — kimiecik
David Howell Design
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Mexico House
colourful textiles
guatemalan textiles...Kitchen floor
“Tile” — Edwina Payne
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