37,076 rustic mexican kitchen Home Design Photos

Greg Logsdon
El Taller Gallery
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this also has a Mexican feel to it
My all time favorite I love all the bright Mexican colors
The lovely mexican style throw on the seat.
A Mexican-style serape and print above the couch brighten up this neutral room as your sense are transported to Baja California.
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northeastern Mexican state of Coahuila, famous for its locally woven multicolored blankets. Serape blankets are not only being created in the Saltillo region today; they have made their way into the modern culture and history of Mexico at large.
“Color of wall” — pichardo89
House + House Architects
28 Reviews
Casa Lluvia Blanca
Ideabooks3,991
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dining, kitchen, library and master suite on the ground floor open onto a series of plant filled patios that flood each space with light that changes throughout the day. Elliptical domes and hewn wooden beams sculpt the ceilings, reflecting soft colors onto curving walls. A long, narrow stairway wrapped
The kitchen countertops and island are made of handmade Mexican ceramic tiles.
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covers the kitchen backsplash, countertops and floor. The cupboards, also done by hand, are made of alder. "Our crew in San Miguel doesn't really use any power tools," says Cathi. "Every part of the house is made with someone's hands, which adds a really beautiful quality to our work — even the portions of
“kitchen backsplash” — darylterri
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Persimmon
Ideabooks4,313
Questions7
a new kitchen, mudroom, reconfigured interior spaces, and a general spiffing up both inside and out. The result is a cohesive product, complete and requiring only regular maintenance. Photo Credit: Eric Roth
of the kitchen here. Thanks for your interest in our project! http://www.houzz.com/projects/26883/Persimmon
Thanks for your question. Attached is a story of this kitchen and gives what we used for a back splash. http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/1174412/list/Kitchen-of-the-Week--Simply-Refined-in
of the kitchen area...i have this tile and am having trouble finding a backsplash to coordinate! thank you
relationship between dining, kitchen and living spaces
Trying to decide if we want this for the kitchen/living/dining floor...have always liked it!
“piso” — Montse Lu Ga
Loudon County Interior Designer
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Custom kitchens
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ordered mexican tile directly from mexico for a very good price. Just google mexican tile.
my own kitchen. I have delft blue chandeliers and flowblue plates. http://www.muralo.net/products/specialty_0035.php
Most kitchen counters/cabinets/backsplashes are kind of boring.
the mexican tile looks great. like how the tile ties in the blue cabinets.
Strip of decorative Mexican tile along the
Kitchen cabinets. Tired of your cabinetry? Slap on some shine! The cost will be much friendlier to your pocketbook, and the new look will be transformative.
“Céramique” — milang007
magpie painting
11 Reviews
Marin Decorators Showcase House, Faux tile mural
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The sink, the rustic look, mixed with tile. Not a big tile fan.
awesome Mexican tile and colors
colors! mexican tile mural and window accents
Backsplash in kitchen tile
Striking Mexican tiles mural!
Mexican style bathroom
The mexican bathroom
Love the rustic
“Tile with fine color” — Michael Park
Urban Orchard Interiors
Updated Farmhouse Kitchen
Ideabooks2,924
Questions7
is the rustic, antique-looking table from?
sharing this kitchen. It's so unique and individualistic. The mix of materials is amazing. You have an amazing talent. Grace
white plank flooring, burlap tablecloth, kitchen cabinets and handles
out of the ordinary furniture in kitchen
Discovered at a local salvage yard, this one-of-a-kind Mexican grain-sorting table is a conversation piece. Its mellow green hue
entire kitchen and mix of green and white.
Window walls & eat in kitchen
in her kitchen's new look. A vintage-style pendant and antique furniture with plenty of patina complete the 11-by-20-foot space.
Get creative with table coverings. If you are eating at the bar, there is no need to cover your counters — and really, there is no need to cover your kitchen table, either
“like the feel of this look” — novakuchyn
Bespoke Interiors
1 Review
The English Country Kitchen
Ideabooks905
Questions1
earth tone brick floor for kitchen
mexican tile, white cabinetry
Nice colour on kitchen units
kitchen island pantry, possibilities
rustic quarry tile floor (cheap!)
beam in kitchen...cottage kitchen...Country kitchen...Kitchen floor...Kitchen grey...cabin kitchen floor...Country Kitchen...painted kitchen
“floor” — wardaimee
Gritton & Associates Architects
Kitchen
Ideabooks6,690
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for my kitchen. I have been so inspired by this kitchen, so I was hoping to find out what type of sink is used. Thank you!
great kitchen and I love turquoise too. You can google search or go to youtube and look for distressed furniture. I found some good advice and tutorials there. I have done some work like this and demonstrated for a tv show but do not have a link for it. You can make it easier or harder depending on the
Kitchen hood colorful but not sure that's ok for us
Tile usage in kitchen; brick floor
different cabnets, knobs, countertops, flooring, favorite kitchen!! lightfixture!
I love this Spanish pueblo design in this kitchen!
The kitchen materials and color palette embody Southwestern style. Ceramic tiles, a mantel-style range hood, rough-sawn timber beams and ceiling, rusticated brick floors and stucco walls evoke the feel of Arizona, where the owners previously had a home.
“Kitchen” — lyndall1971
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