Spanish tile gives an earthy elegance to this backyard retreat. The fireplace is centered inside the pergola, creating a conversation area. Potted fruit trees are the perfect accent around the courtyard perimeter.
The kitchen, filled with warm, neutral tones and plenty of cabinet space for storage and counter space for food prep, has a Spanish tile backsplash that brings the Spanish eclectic style of the home to life. To complement the design, a natural stone floor was installed to bring a more earthy feel to this space.
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 elevated, communal-style seating running along the center.
A stone accent wall defines the bar area and adds natural texture. Moroccan-inspired pendant lights hang at eye-level for a cozy, bohemian effect that visually lowers the ceiling height. Blue-and-white Spanish style tile sets the tone for the rest of the house and the cool-hued bar.
Broken Spanish is designed to inspire the adventurous and sophisticated eater while welcoming them with the living-room like qualities of your favorite abuelita. The deep matte blue ceiling in the Abuela Room cools down the otherwise bright and lively space.
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.
This Spanish-styled living room is designed to be comfortable for the whole family with finishes and textures that are timeless, durable and authentic. The large space works well for entertaining large crowds, as well as for small family gatherings.
Deep woods and cobalt blue upholstery creates a stark contrast in this Spanish dining room. Old World-inspired furnishings, from the chandelier to the china cabinet, reflect the timeless feel of the style.
A one-of-a-kind cast concrete wall acts as the guest entry way to dining area of the Broken Spanish Restaurant. Sandblasted Brazilian marble floors create depth and add a balanced contrast to the “tin” textured ceiling in the main dining room. Behind, a decorative cinder block wall is adorned with hanging plants in a nod to indoor-outdoor eating.