Mexican-inspired tiles are used on the tread of the staircase, contrasting against the warm woods and add rich color to the space. Terracotta floor tiles add style underneath, while wrought iron railing curves up the stairs, completing the Spanish-inspired look.
Broken Spanish is deeply devoted to a homey Mexican-American décor and offers a variety of dining experiences, from easy going two- and four-tops in the main room to elevated, communal-style seating running along the center.
Winding Staircase With Dark Wood Steps and Matching Railing and Bold, Colorful Southwestern Runner
A bold red and orange runner spices up this white staircase. The patterned rug gives a southwestern feel to the traditional look of the dark wood stairs over a white base. Dark railing matches the steps for a cohesive finish.
Another option for entertainment space is the Florida room just off the living room. In one corner of the space, a leather sofa and two chairs provide plenty of seating in this space, while a bar area in the other corner provides easy access to food, drinks and serving ware, creating the perfect place for a casual get together.
Twisting Staircase With Dark Polished Wood Steps, Striped Stair Runner and Diamond Pendant Light
Dark polished wood steps match the handrail leading down this twisting staircase. A diamond shaped pendant light hangs above to brighten the space and fill the high ceiling. A striped runner adds vivid color to the design while framed artwork and mounted trinkets decorate the white wall space.
Neutral floor tile and white walls create a spacious feel in this bright foyer. A row of mounted dolls over the front door adds a fun and festive element of decor. Built in shelves within the walls create space for extra decorative display.
Old World Dining Room Leads to Spanish-Tiled Stairs
Venetian plaster is used throughout the walls in this Spanish Colonial Revival home. Archways and elaborate light fixtures add to the Old World feeling, while southwestern-inspired tiles create visually enticing stairs.
Spanish Hacienda-Style Foyer With Terra Cotta Tile
This foyer has many architectural elements that are indicative of Spanish style. For instances: The wood front door with dark finish, vertical slats and wrought-iron hardware; The terra cotta tile floor with high-gloss finish and blue floral patterns; the wood ceiling, exposed header beam above the door; and the punched metal pendant light.
Broken Spanish is deeply devoted to a homey Mexican-American décor and offers a variety of dining experiences, from easy going two- and four-tops in the main room to bar seating. Orange and white Mexican tile decorates the entire wall adjacent to the open kitchen.