Spanish Colonial RevivalSouthwestern Kitchen, Austin

The owners of this New Braunfels house have a love of Spanish Colonial architecture, and were influenced by the McNay Art Museum in San Antonio.

The home elegantly showcases their collection of furniture and artifacts.

Handmade cement tiles are used as stair risers, and beautifully accent the Saltillo tile floor.

Mid-sized southwest l-shaped terra-cotta floor enclosed kitchen photo in Austin with medium tone wood cabinets, tile countertops, an island, a double-bowl sink, raised-panel cabinets, multicolored backsplash, ceramic backsplash and black appliances —  Houzz
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jenwen wrote:Dec 27, 2017

What Houzzers are commenting on:

anneke_crew50
Anneke Crew Design added this to DODD PROJECTMay 16, 2019

HANDMADE TILE FEEL/ WARM WOOD TONES/ RUSTIC METAL ACCENTS

sue_linja
Sue Linja added this to Linja Condo Kitchen And BathroomsMar 7, 2019

Too dark and too much accent but nice angles

victoriaestellaperry
victoriaestellaperry added this to HealdsburgJan 29, 2019

Like the warm terra-cotta floors

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