Opposite the shower in the master bathroom, a tub is tucked neatly in the private corner of the space. To highlight this fixture in the space, designers included teal Spanish tile around the top of the tub and around the base to create separation between the tub and the floor while adding a decorative flair.
Terra cotta floors and a vibrant Spanish tile shower create a stark contrast to the sleek black and white design of this eclectic master bath. Black trim pops against the stark white walls and complements the lighting and the black clawfoot tub.
This foyer has many architectural elements that are indicative of Spanish style. For instances: The wood front door with dark finish, vertical slats and wrought-iron hardware; The terra cotta tile floor with high-gloss finish and blue floral patterns; the wood ceiling, exposed header beam above the door; and the punched metal pendant light.
To create an open, bright space that is still true to the design in the rest of the renovated Spanish Colonial, designers used white as their base color to reflect the natural and artificial light in the space, making it light. To accent the neutral color palette, Spanish tile was added to the backsplash and base of the walls, while a brick floor laid in a chevron pattern helps to add warmth to this bright space.
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 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.
Elaborate wood carvings on the vanity, dressing table and mirrors bring Old World flair to this Spanish Colonial Revival master bathroom. Light-colored hardwood floors ground the space and combined with soft yellow walls and neutral tiles keep the space bright. Spanish-inspired tiles add a burst of earth-toned color.
The simple and informal Spanish architecture of the home complements the beautiful vineyard setting. The covered outdoor living area has a pair of comfortable wicker sofas in front of a stucco fireplace, while terracotta roof tiles and floor tiles are used to add southwestern-style flair.
Terracotta tile flooring ground this Spanish kitchen, which is truly the heart of the home. Barstools pull up to the large island for casual dining, while rustic-meets-glam light fixtures add style overhead. Warm wood cabinets provide much-needed storage, while elegantly neutral countertops lighten the space.
In this Colonial Revival home, the bathroom features an expansive walk-in shower with neutral tile walls and flooring and a rainfall showerhead. To add a touch of Spanish style, detailed tiles create an elegant base along the floor.