3,270 Mexican Art Traditional Bath Design Photos

Denise Foley Design Inc
Newport Beach House
Ideabooks2,749
Questions5
Mexican tile bathroom
mexican tile...Art Deco style
“p” — rlbinc102
Arizona Designs Kitchens and Baths
4 Reviews
Bathrooms
Ideabooks237
Questions2
The tile is handmade Mexican tile purchased locally here in Tucson. I was recently at one of our local Mexican tile suppliers/showrooms and they have pieces similar that could be used to recreate this floor. Good luck!
“Vanity” — eddylv84
NVS Remodeling & Design
12 Reviews
Designer Master Bath Remodel
Ideabooks12,958
Questions9
It was purchased at Mosaic Tile Company here in Northern Virginia. Best of luck with your shower! http://www.mosaictileco.com/ZOOM_Natural_Stone_Mexican_Limestone_San_Mateo_Honed_2x2_Mosaic_Tile.htm
“Tile” — jenn0lson
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Katerina Tana Design
Katerina Tana Design
Ideabooks2,955
Questions8
Mexican mural undermount sink
propped art, not hung
blue art tiles
“Miror” — johannelajoie
Spinnaker Development
14 Reviews
Newport Beach Custom Home
Ideabooks745
Questions2
Fancy, Mexican tile instead?
wall art
“Marble look” — gissiiee
WASABI360.CA | Claude Badet Photographie
10 Reviews
Portfolio
Ideabooks181
Questions0
mexican blue tile
“wood and sink” — Julie Babcock
Arizona Designs Kitchens and Baths
4 Reviews
White Bathroom
Ideabooks276
Questions3
I have Mexican clay tiles that I am laying in a bathroom which are not sealed. I am wondering if I could get this color with a certain type of sealer?? Love the color
“Bath” — riverclub2
House Plans and More
Plan #019S-0003
Ideabooks11,020
Questions9
The floors and walls are a common travertine... the darker trim is likely Mexican Noce Travertine. The stacked stone, if natural is likely slate, but many homeowners are going with faux stone panels. They do not chip as easily
“The fireplace” — lorraine_
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