This vibrant outdoor kitchen features all-over aquamarine and royal blue Spanish tiles, giving the space a true Mediterranean vibe. Detailed wood accents, like the curved design that frames one of two stainless steel grills, give the area a finished look.
In this detail of the traditional Spanish Colonial kitchen, a soft blue tile backsplash, white cabinets, hardwood floors, arched doorway, hardwood floors, and tiled stairs with wrought iron railing are highlighted.
A great paint color completely transforms a room. Designer Erica Islas uses a tangerine hue to complement the dark blue tiles of this Spanish-inspired bathroom. Try Olympics's Honey Toast to achieve a similar look.
Color is key to creating a lively Spanish-inspired outdoor dining area. The yellow pergola, Talavera tile behind the grill, Saltillo patio tile and cobalt-blue seat cushions all work to enliven this festive alfresco space.
In the outdoor courtyard is a built-in stone bench makes for a comfy spot to relax. Cobalt blue pillows add a burst of color, and to bring in a touch of Mexican design, blue mosaic tiles are used in the arch inset. The house design is traditional Spanish with terracotta roof tiles and stucco walls.
A burnt orange fireplace and hearth accent this otherwise neutral Spanish-style living room. Yellow and blue tile frame the fireplace opening, and simple furniture in grays and browns fills the seating area.
An antique wardrobe is flanked by two blue-painted cabinets that hold the sinks in this eclectic master bath. Mediterranean accents like terra cotta floors and Spanish tile pop against the room's sleek white walls and ceiling.