This Mexican-inspired restaurant artfully blends industrial, contemporary and rustic styles — all while keeping its Mexican roots at the forefront. Heavy wood tables bring sturdiness and authenticity to the design, and hanging succulents add a splash of life.
A curved brick-and-concrete driveway leads up to a beautiful hacienda, inspired by Spanish and Mexican design. Classic terracotta roof tiles pair with stucco walls, while a gorgeous lawn and plantings create ultimate curb appeal.
Inspired by Spanish and Mexican design, this Dallas, Tex., home was made for entertaining large crowds and small family gatherings. The backyard pool is surrounded by curvy patios, lush plantings and a rock water feature, all which blend seamlessly together to create a restful retreat.
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.
Inspired by Spanish and Mexican interior design, this Dallas home is made for entertaining large crowds, as well as small family gatherings. Centered around a stucco fireplace, the living room furniture creates a cozy, intimate grouping. A large built-in houses favorite collectibles and frames a gilded piece of art.
Communal tables line the center of the dining space in this Mexican restaurant. The rustic wood tables pair with leather-upholstered chairs and wrought iron chandeliers, creating a design that feels authentically Mexican.
For a look that's warm, genuine and inviting, this Mexican-inspired restaurant combines a variety of design styles. Concrete adds an industrial feel, heavy wood lends a rustic vibe and orange-toned leather is a nod to the eatery's Mexican influence.
This country-style living room infuses Mexican decor for a cozy, Southwest feel. Pottery is displayed in a wall-length glass case, and pillows with Southwestern designs and animal prints line the furniture.
Instead of buying new furniture, rehab an old or damaged table with no elbow grease. Just cover it with a zesty tablecloth, like the Mexican tapestry that Wake + Loom Design selected for this eclectic, lush patio.
Caitlin Murray of Black Lacquer Design used a vintage papier-mache vase in the Mexican folk art style of Gemma Taccogna on a tray. Glass bottles fill out the space without detracting from the vase’s vivid design.
The bar in this Mexican-inspired restaurant wraps around to an exposed kitchen area, where guests can casually dine and watch the chefs in action. The same leather-upholstered dining chairs used throughout the restaurant line this dining bar for a cohesive design.
A traditional wood headboard with Spanish design centers this sophisticated yet rustic bedroom. Architectural details, like exposed wood beams and wood window trim, add warmth to the space. Simple white bedding pairs with cobalt blue pillows and quilt for Mexican-inspired color.
Vintage hand tools are assembled into an artful display on the second floor of this Mexican restaurant near the exposed kitchen. The restaurant's design is a sophisticated nod to the burgeoning farm-to-table movement in Tijuana, Mexico.