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.
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.
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.
In the guest bathroom, a neutral color palette anchors the space, making it bright and open. To warm the space up a bit and tie this room into the rest of the home's design, teal Spanish tile accents the space, outlining the room's fixtures, creating depth and dimension in the space.
This guest bathroom only has a small window to let in natural light, so sconces and recessed lighting were added to help brighten the space. On the walls, a brown color bathes the walls adding warmth and complementing the neutral tile whose details contribute to the home's Spanish eclectic design.
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.
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.
A stucco fireplace is trimmed in Spanish style tile to blend with the patio retaining wall and the nearby pool and pool house just out of view. The fireplace is flaked by water features to add to the comfortable and serene vibe of the patio.
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.