Mexican home Decor ideas
Spiritual elements prominent in Mexico influence this yellow guest bedroom designed by Carole Meyer. The handmade metal crown keeps mosquito netting above the sleep and represents wrought-iron details preferred in Spanish design elements. The headboard is a hand-painted folding display mounted towards wall, and also the star-shaped tin light installation brings whimsy into room. Kilim cushions accent the red paisley bedspread, together with three little paintings from the wall surface, developed by Carole, tend to be encouraged by the religious iconography of Mexico.
Old World Elements
The available floor plan of this old-world Spanish-style inside enables fluidity and simple design. The wood ceiling beams previously used as aids today offer a decorative element. Round candle chandeliers together with curved entrance full the Old World Spanish appearance. Design by Keith Summerour of Summerour Associates & Architects
Elegant Spanish Living Area
The Spanish-style, hand-carved furniture balances the honey-colored velvet drapes, improving the living area's elegant appearance. Carol Latta used hand-mixed paint from the walls for a one-of-a-kind color scheme, while the Spanish-style living area chairs complete the honey-color of this draperies. Carol included the woman original modern art to counterbalance the predominantly historical Spanish elements. Three wrought-iron and glass chandeliers hang over the dining table, and skylights generate sun light patterns from the timber corbels.
Stone and Wood Components
This old-world austere Spanish entryway created by architectural fashion designer Matt Dougan features distressed ray work and granite fieldstone, a standard aspect in the mountainous regions of Spain and Mexico. Wood components and tile floor complete the old-world Spanish look.
Designer Steve Appolloni decorated this round adobe fireplace with colorful Spanish-inspired pottery. a smooth light brightens the markets above the adobe hearth, additionally the clear glass blocks counterbalance the curves in wall.
Lively Mexican Bathroom
This master restroom vanity is enriched with Mexican impacts, including tin light fixtures and mirrors, colorful Talavera tile on the vanity and basins, and Saltillo tile floor. The adobe wall space and color scheme represent the cozy Mexican weather. Design by Classic Brand New Mexico Houses
Traditional Satisfies Contemporary
From terra-cotta tile floor toward tall curved French doors, this family room is a contemporary twist on standard Spanish design. The hot accent colors look crisp resistant to the white wall space and couch. The family room's color scheme is held until the adjacent old-fashioned Spanish-style courtyard. Design by Carole Meyer
Luxurious Spanish Design
Architectural designer Matt Dougan blends contemporary and Old World Spanish-inspired styles, from the dark cabinetry and doorways towards wrought-iron screen therapy above the sink. The hand-carved lumber island and Canterra rock floor bring luxury towards the room.