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.
This indoor-outdoor space features a kitchen complete with a sink and a stainless steel grill, as well as a dining table and chairs that fit the aesthetic of the Spanish-style Austin estate. Rough stone walls, arched openings and dark-stained wood are among the touches that define the home's style.
This unique contemporary kitchen is filled with bright white light from the circular skylight over the work island, white painted walls and cabinets, white vent hood, dark marble counters, and striking Spanish mosaic tile backsplash.
On the other side of the room, guests have access to a small kitchen and dining area. Although the distressed wood cabinets, Spanish tile backsplash and farmhouse sink share a color palette, their different textures fill this corner with visual interest.
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.
The chef is never far from the grill or the company while cooking in this luxurious outdoor kitchen. The natural tones of the beautiful ledgestone bar and granite counter top work handsomely with the espresso, woven wicker barstools and stunning glass tile backsplash.
The rough tile base of this outdoor kitchen compliments the rough finish on the retaining wall for a beautiful texture effect. The smooth, bright blue marble countertop is a gorgeous texture contrast and adds bright color to the design. A marble panel slides over the built-in sink opening for extra work space.
Rustic wood beam, terracotta tile patio and large outdoor lanterns create a welcoming, southwestern-inspired entryway. Adobe terracotta roof tiles pair with stucco exterior walls for a Spanish-inspired home on a vineyard.
The back of this Spanish Colonial Revival home is designed to create a façade that mimics the original side elevation of the residence. Rustic wood, terracotta roof tiles and stucco exteriors evoke the Spanish style, while beautiful balconies and covered patios create a strong connection between the indoors and outdoors.
Designer Melissa Salamoff gave this galley kitchen Moroccan tile features that are reflective of the overall Spanish-style home. The arched mosaic tile backsplash over the stove echoes the arched doorway leading into this kitchen.