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Mediterranean Staircase
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Would like to duplicate your tile design
Tile risers add color and design interest.
highlight a central staircase and the owner's affection for the Spanish Revival decor style. This display is an artform in itself and provides color direction for the rest of the home.
Moorish tiles are widely used in Spanish and Moroccan interiors. These tiles are very colorful and geometric, and they
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
Elaborately tiled risers are a trademark of Spanish Revival style. The potential pattern combinations are endless. More
1. Color. The colors of Mediterranean design can be both vibrant and earthy. Bold jewel tones, such as aubergine, emerald green, lapis blue and sunflower yellow, are set against earth-toned backdrops to reflect the region's natural hues. Get this look: If you're a little
“beautiful staircase” — mmorrison0424
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
White Brick Mediterranean
Ideabooks3,654
Questions8
kitchen remodel, and new furnishings for a Mediterranean style house, built in the 1920s of white clay bricks, an unusual housing type for Portland. Photo by Lincoln Barbour.
The spanish lantern is more in line with what should be hanging in the entry way.
see the interior dark doors...the molding against white walls...give that spanish look
design is very simple and attractive
Puertas interiores circulates y de madera solida
Arched Doors (Puertas de Arco)An ancient detail that creates a load-bearing opening, arches are elegant and style defining. Here, in addition to the interior arches, each door is heavily detailed with pattern, creating further interest.
“The arches.” — bjjones5455
Wendy Black Rodgers Interiors
2 Reviews
Spanish Colonial Bathroom
Ideabooks3,116
Questions5
That crown molding was custom designed and carved from Canterra.
dark blue with white, with olde photos
colors, details, art, design, warm, cozy, inviting, contemplative
In a nod to the architecture of this Spanish colonial house in Phoenix, the powder room’s custom moldings and sink are made from Cantera, a quarried volcanic rock mined exclusively in Mexico and South America. The muted walls (painted Deep Ocean by Dunn-Edwards) set off an eclectic collection of vintage
“Sink” — jennaz1210
Architectural Photographer Ron Rosenzweig
4 Reviews
Riverfront Villa
Ideabooks8,185
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Photographer: Ron Rosenzweig Home Builder: Onshore Construction & Dev. Co. Interior Design: Marc Michaels Cabinetry: Artistry-Masters of Woodcraft Architects: Dailey Janssen Architects
is the green accent windows also painted the same color from the interior or just showing on the outside?
the design in the white cement surrounding the iron grill...she likes the cutouts
“Structure of balcony” — andnf
Rick O'Donnell Architect
26 Reviews
Lake Austin Hacienda
Ideabooks1,559
Questions8
I have a Spanish colonial, and am having a really hard time finding appropriate hardware. Any suggestions?
Where can I get the hardware for cabinet in this photo? thanks!
are Alder. However, I don't have the finish information. I would contact the builder - Olson/Defendorf in Austin, Texas (512) 243-6508 or the interior designer, Jacque Burke, also in Austin (512) 476-9355.
Mexican/Spanish influence for counter that is short granite.
floor: The tile was supplied by Alkusari Stone in Austin, Texas. Contact Mindie (512) 339=2299. The cabinet stain would come from Jacque Burke Interior Designer in Austin, Texas
I think the backsplash tile makes the kitchen feel more Spanish than most of the other "spanish" kitchens I've seen. Like the rope lights under the counters Like the
“i like the stove” — amellous23
James Glover Residential & Interior Design
16 Reviews
Eads Residence
Ideabooks4,165
Questions4
hello, where can I buy the spanish tile like this for my pool?
We like the direction of this fireplace for the courtyard. I would want a different tile design and tiles.
outdoor fireplace w/spanish tiling and wood ledge
Chimney adorned with Spanish tiles
Spanish elegant patio
Love Spanish style and tile.
Spanish fireplace, bougainvilla
Glover Residential & Interior Design
Fireplace design...spanish look
“beautiful work!” — larisp
Photos By Kaity
Interior Photos
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Photography by Kate Bruinsma, Interior designer Mindi Freng design
Could you please give details about the kids photos on the side wall? What size are they and what kind of frames? Thanks.
Photos? Canvas or regular photos?
Hi. Regarding photos on the wall--I cannot tell if they
Love the photos in the den
Love the photo wall, I could do this.
like how the photos are done-- not framed
Colors of the walls with the canvas photos!
color blocks — an odd number looks the most natural. This works best with photos printed on boards or canvas rather than in frames. Choose the images you want to include first, then pick a color that will complement your photos for the color blocks.
colour blocks - an odd number looks the most natural. This works best with photos printed on boards or canvas rather than in frames. Choose the images you want to include first, then pick a colour that will complement your photos for the colour blocks.
“love the art wall” — cathyhowell61
Elizabeth Metcalfe Interiors & Design Inc.
11 Reviews
St. Georges
Ideabooks11,716
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by Elizabeth Metcalfe Interiors by Q Design, Mississauga Ontario.
Doing a grouping of photos is a wonderful way to
frame colour is ivory, but they are also available in black and a medium stained oak finish. The photos can be easily changed and they always look great. The wide matting helps to unify a group of small photos - much more architectural and stylish than a lot of individual frames on a table top.
to showcase family photos. All the frames are from Pottery Barn and range in size. If you go to their website you will see the different sizes that they have available. To keep it cohesive, we've used all ivory frames. The wide mats make it look modern and help to keep it from appearing overly busy. The
“Large Mattes” — Katie Mollon
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