This kitchen picks up a tropical vibe with bright green walls and sun-dried Saltillo floor tiles. A convenient layout helps traffic flow easily through the space to the adjacent dining and family rooms.
New cabinetry, countertops and a green subway tile backsplash turn this Craftsman-style kitchen into a 21st-century treasure. Existing saltillo tile flooring ties in with the red tones in the cabinetry, while the apple green tile complements it.
The thatched, vaulted roof recalls traditional beach palapas, but the scale here is ever so much more grand. Saltillo tile floors and simple wood tables make the interior friendly and practical for vacation living.
Another casual dining spot includes a bar area that borders one wall and a ceiling fan to keep the breeze blowing when temperatures climb. Saltillo tile floors and the thatched roof maintain a sense of continuity throughout the rooms of the home.
This kitchen by designer Mark Dutka in his own home near the Northern California coast was designed to reflect the colors of the local sky, sand and forests. A gorgeous sky blue accent wall gives depth to this small, open-plan modern kitchen. Wood beam ceilings and saltillo tile floors offer a nature-inspired contrast to the metal and gray. Halogen pendant lights suspended from an overhead support above the counter peninsula offer a creative lighting solution.
The double turquoise wood doors of this beach house open to a to allow cooling breezes and a spectacular view. There's a lime tree on the porch, saltillo tile on the floor, a wicker armchair in the living room and an ocean off the deck. Perfection.