53,609 rustic mexican kitchen Home Design Photos

Greg Logsdon
El Taller Gallery
Ideabooks2,138
Questions4
combo looks phenomenal. It's serene. The throw on the sofa looks like a Mexican serape.
could cover cushions with mexican blanket
The lovely mexican style throw on the seat.
A bright Mexican blanket, or Saltillo serape
accessories. Using textiles is a great place to start, as shown in this Mexican-inspired space.
SaltilloA bright Mexican blanket, or Saltillo serape, makes a great casual chair or sofa cover,
add a festive touch on a whim.Saltillo is the capital of the northeastern Mexican state of Coahuila, famous for its locally woven multicolored blankets. Serape
'So Your Style Is':Traditional | Arts & Crafts | Hollywood Regency | Rustic | Old World | French Country Transitional | Contemporary | Midcentury Modern
The Mexican culture and the throw
“Textured wall” — davisonsf
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Half Way, OR: Pat & Patti Walker
Ideabooks987
Questions2
Not a kitchen but love the Saltillo Tile
Comfy cozy. Reminds me of my family. Rustic.
blue and yellow, rustic, large tiles - whole room.
Mexican tile trim...Rustic look...Color scheme. Mexican tiles....subtle mexican tile border...mexican tiles with terracotta floor...Mexican tiles
“Tub” — abowman1975
The Sky is the Limit Design
6 Reviews
A Mexican Powderroom
Ideabooks1,460
Questions4
Mexican guest bath with wall sconces
The mexican sink. The cool cabinet.
Mexican powder room...mexican sink...Mexican painted tile...Mexican guest bath with...Mexican inspired...Mexican guest bath with wall...A Mexican Powderroom...Mexican style
“bathroom with butcher block top” — mmorrison0424
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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Gritton & Associates Architects
Kitchen
Ideabooks7,874
Questions9
look for tile, like the one in the picture. Need to locate some spanish/mexican/Southwest/ tile. Thanks,
am trying to decide which color sink to buy for my kitchen. I have been so inspired by this kitchen, so I was hoping to find out what type of sink is used
Hi Libb that is a great kitchen and I love turquoise too. You can google search or go to youtube and look
is my all time favorite kitchen. I love the mixture of colors and materials.
Southwest-style kitchen. Rusty red cabinets and touches of turquoise complete this eye-catching color scheme, making for a warm and inviting kitchen.Paint pick:
The kitchen materials and color palette embody Southwestern style. Ceramic tiles, a mantel-style range hood, rough-sawn timber beams and ceiling, rusticated
“The colors” — crzelbst
Astleford Interiors, Inc.
5 Reviews
Hacienda Chic Residence
Ideabooks8,608
Questions10
Yes, Fun huh! Mexican Oil Cloth. The Barstool were actually Ballard Designs and we reupholstered
the main wall with the sconces (corner to corner) and then possibly the kitchen wall up above cabinets, but hard to tell from photo! Go for it!
space . You can see how the den opens into the dining which opens to the kitchen. I appreciate your advice!!
outside the kitchen, creating an open and entertainment-friendly space. Floor lamps: 4510 Retail Shop; bar stools: Ballard Designs, covered in Mexican oilcloth
hacienda while the dining room chairs covered in bright oilcloth add a little Mexican diner to the mix.
“color” — lamzdyvy
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Persimmon
Ideabooks5,011
Questions7
Warped and rotted, they needed replacing. From there, it evolved into a new kitchen, mudroom, reconfigured interior spaces, and a general spiffing up both inside
pictures of the kitchen here. Thanks for your interest in our project! ...
Thanks for your question. Attached is a story of this kitchen and gives what
do you have any other pics of the kitchen area...i have this tile and am having trouble finding a backsplash to coordinate
Mexican pavers? Maybe need to be redder?
The kitchen had originally been in another part of the home. The designers moved it to improve the home's flow and the kitchen's function. Now the kitchen
the dining area, and is also right next to the pantry and a mudroom. More Kitchens of the Week:Creative, Colorful and ModernWarm Luxury in San FranciscoBig
“All chairs.” — clayton1
Professional Design Consultants
15 Reviews
Spanish delight
Ideabooks2,333
Questions2
rustic cabinets...Mexican tile BTRoom...Kitchen cupboard...Mexican tile...mexican tiled shower...Mexican tiles in bathroom
“Tiled arch into shower, high wainscot in tile.” — jennyneffross
House + House Architects
28 Reviews
House for Two Architects
Ideabooks612
Questions0
again, I like the rustic floor tile and traditional Mexican colors combined
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Paint ocher on kitchen walls?...Contemporary mexican...Mexican Colours...Mexican style...MExican sala...mexican style livingroom...mexican modern
“Fire place and colours” — marikar1
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