An elegant, spiral staircase ascends to the second floor of this beautiful home. Spanish inspired art and large windows line the staircase, bringing color to the space as well as natural light and a sea breeze.
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.
In this Spanish Colonial living room, designers wanted to create a casual, elegant space, so they took advantage of the natural light that streams in through the arched windows on the space's far wall. Neutral tones and exposed beams continue to warm the space, while soft fabrics create a comfortable space to relax or entertain.
Two elaborate sconces flank large soaker bathtub, which is surrounded by soft neutral tiles. Spanish-inspired tiles create a border around the tub and through the shower, while another set of tiles makes eye-catching art above the bath.
To create a functional kitchen, designers replaced the home's outdated appliances with stainless steel ones. These state of the art appliances make preparing, cooking and serving food much easier for this family that loves to entertain.
Framed sand dollars make for a unique piece of minimal art while also adding a subtle coastal element. Flower arrangements with lots of greenery provide a single pop of color in this beige-toned dining room. The beaded chandelier, jute vases and bamboo Roman shades introduce tactile texture so the room doesn't feel flat.
Venetian plaster is used throughout the walls in this Spanish Colonial Revival home. Archways and elaborate light fixtures add to the Old World feeling, while southwestern-inspired tiles create visually enticing stairs.
A striking feature of the JW Marriott Los Cabos is its striking architecture combined with incredible contemporary artwork. The international art collection incorporated into the design is a marvel of its own with painting and sculpture from artists in Mexico, Spain, the Netherlands, Poland and Cuba mixed in with work by local artisans in the guest rooms. Shown here, Spanish artist Jaume Plensa's "Soul XII," which beckons guests with its dramatic, sea-facing placement.
This small antique birdcage decoration sits on a wood shelf just off the breakfast room. Similar to Spanish nichos, these recesses in the wall allow you to place art and treasured objects in them, creating a unique display for even mundane items.
This Spanish Modern house is home to a young family of four. The design is a graceful blend of Art Deco and midcentury styles, with fun pops of color that add life to the rooms. Here, in the living room, white space is just as important as the art pieces, helping to create a sense of peace as well as spotlighting special moments, like the niche above the fireplace.
This outdoor living room has plenty of personality in it's colorful design featuring a wood burning fireplace, Spanish tile floor, and yellow walls. A red striped rug, yellow striped throw blanket, and red striped accent pillows add color and pattern to the space. The yellow walls display colorful scenic art and southwestern decor lit by the sun shining through above the wooden beams.