Everyone loves an eat-in kitchen! This one is nice and bright, featuring a traditional, homey kitchen table -- perfect for lively breakfasts with the whole family. Formal shell chandeliers give an interesting edge to the space, which also features plants galore, easy-to-clean tile floors and a versatile area rug.
This tiny room by Astleford Interiors is big on style, thanks to the fireplace’s Mexican tile surround. Note that with a fireplace this fabulous, it’s best to keep the mantel simple and knick-knack free.
Bright yellow walls, an arched mirror, daybed with striped bedding and decorative pillows, terra cotta tile floor, colorful artwork and rustic side table add to this outdoor bedroom's Mexican-influenced accents.
Not only does the home offer a gorgeous pool area, but the outdoor space comes complete with a stunning waterfront view. The spacious Mexican tile patios provide plenty of space for lounge chairs, making poolside relaxation a must.
The kitchen allows for everything an aspiring chef may need in stripped down yet elegant Mediterranean style. Wide countertops wrap around the perimeter walls providing plenty of prep space and the range features a charming Mexican tile backsplash.
Warm wood tones, a custom copper hood and hand-painted Mexican tiles complement the Latin American artwork in this contemporary kitchen. The dynamic curved shape of the island is mimicked in the granite eating bar and curved shelves of the message/organization center.
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.
This fun, family-friendly dining room and kitchen gets its color from bold furniture and accessories, including brightly patterned Mexican tile on the backsplash. Open shelving and a sleek waterfall design on the island give the space a contemporary, streamlined look that underlies the eclectic decor.
The view of this kitchen in a revamped Mexican restaurant, which was previously enclosed, is an engaging component of the social experience where guests can observe and feel part of the thoughtful food preparation process, as in the home of a friend. Bold, bright orange tile and walls and yellow trim enliven the space.
A small white end table with an east Asian flair holds small knick-knacks that show the owners' personality and a wicker lamp with a customized, fabric-covered shade. The white painted walls and Mexican tile floor give the space an always-fresh look that feels uncluttered — even with so many accessories.
In this bright and happy kitchen, a long island provides space for six sunshine-yellow barstools, allowing the whole family to hang out while food is prepared. Mexican tile creates a fun and colorful backsplash, while open shelving adds decoration and keeps needed items at hand. The white backdrop allows accessories and fabrics to pop.
Add energy to your outdoor space with an all-season rug designed to stand up to the elements. Inspired by the bright geometric motifs of traditional Mexican tiles, the Talavera Tile Indoor/Outdoor Rug, $79.95 to $599.95, from Plough & Hearth, is made from tough polyester and designed to resist mildew and fading. No need to worry about outdoor traffic: just hose the rug down to clean it.
This beautiful Spanish hacienda is decorated in simple neutrals and warm woods. To add color, cobalt blue is used throughout the home. Here, in the home office, the hue is introduced through a diamond-patterned area rug, pillows and Mexican tile fireplace surround. A traditional wooden desk with turned legs is paired with a more contemporary leather chair to give the workspace an updated look.
The brightly colored ceramic tiles add Mexican flair to this outdoor fireplace by Astleford Interiors. You could do the same thing indoors – and a similar approach, with Fiestaware-colored squares or a red-white-and-blue pattern for an American Country look.
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.