California Spanish Home Remodel

This Spanish bungalow got a new kitchen and master bath and an updated second bath. Home was built in 1932. The owner's love of tile and color allowed us to infuse these spaces with style and warmth. Blues, greens, teal, and yellow dominate the color scheme, inspired by the owner's favorite Vargas painting. This home was featured on the Pasadena Home & Kitchen tour.
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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 and the client. To break up all of the oak cabinetry, a faux painter was hired to create a teal-colored wash on the island, the refrigerator panels, a tall glass cabinet in the left corner, and the sink cabinet doors. Two cor...More
“Kitchen” — Rebecca Mason
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This is a close-up of the Viking professional range installed in a Spanish bungalow kitchen. The backsplash is composed of hand-made Malibu tile in custom colors designed for the client. Tiles continue around a pair of corner windows. Oak cabinetry built by contractor Dave Berry. Photo by Harry Chamberlain
“the stove is just what I want.” — Holly Kuwik
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This master bath was completely remodeled and is a tribute to the owner's love of tile. Tile is used to accent not only the contertop and backsplash, but also serves as a frame around the recessed medicine cabinets. The heated floor is also tiled and accented with a tile "rug" complete with fringe tiles! Antique iron sconces provide just the right accent for this bath. Cabinetr...More
“Tile bathroom” — deephaven1
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This second shot of a master bath in this Spanish bungalow features modern comforts: a heated floor and a steam shower with a bench. The handmade Malibu tiles are used on all surfaces, and are a fun accent assembled into a tile "rug" complete with fringe! Cabinetry and construction by Dave Berry. Photo by Harry Chamberlain
“The design on the floor is beautiful” — laa0889
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This second bath in a 1930 Spanish home had an eclectic look to begin with. We added a new sink, kept the tile, added iron sconces for improved lighting, and cleared the clutter. A storage cabinet opposite the sink holds bath essentials.
“console basin” — lemerand
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This master bath in a 1930 Spanish home got a heated floor with a special tile design. We created a tile "rug" complete with fringe tiles that were custom-colored from California Malibu Pottery.
“Tile "rug". An idea for our no entry entrance.” — Karen L. Donehoo
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This kitchen in a Spanish bungalow was completely redone. Its design was inspired by the owner's Vargas painting. The oak cabinetry was broken up with a teal wash on some pieces, such as the refrigerator panel, the island and sink cabinet. Malibu tile in custom colors was used for all the countertops. Copper sinks and bronze hardware with Tiffany-style pendants carry the theme.
“like the teal wash” — Susan LaGow
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“California Spanish” — cmorrow50
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“Tiled bathroom” — deephaven1
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This Spanish bungalow wraps around an interior patio. The space was spruced up with recovered chairs, and a custom tile mural was added with tiles that were leftover from a bath and kitchen remodel.
“brick” — mlizbeth73
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