HGTV fan Leanne Michael Interiors adds a Spanish influence to a bathroom with Saltillo tile and a hand-painted Talavera sink. Terra-cotta tile is one of the oldest tile materials and lasts a long time when well-made.
Terra cotta floors wrap around the swimming pool, complementing the villa's Mediterranean style. Meanwhile, two archways lead to the dressing rooms, bathrooms, atriums and kitchen that comprise the ground level.
The patina of the terra cotta backsplash tiles and stone floor contrast with the modern range and classic stainless steel island. The vintage French lab stools used as barstools help add to the layered and curated look of the space.
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.
Terra cotta Ann Sacks tiles featuring a shimmery, geometric design offer a bit of a modern surprise in an otherwise traditional kitchen designed by Alison Davin for the 2013 San Francisco Decorator Showcase. The soft silver tone is perfectly matched to the stainless steel oven and hood for the ultimate custom look.
This master bathroom features a walk-in shower overlooking a pool and deck. The Roman shade in the shower is made from moisture-resistant indoor-outdoor fabric while a bamboo and rattan chest provides storage.
Tucked away in the far corner of the game room, this sunken minibar allows for additional entertaining. The textured wall and terra cotta tile floor mix to create movement in this small space, while the stained glass sidewall serves as a colorful accent.
Terra cotta tiles are bisected with thick wood beams on the floor of this goes-on-forever chef kitchen. It has two islands, three sinks, a pizza oven, a gleaming pot rack. Just imagine the meals that get made here!
This dreamy kitchen design features terra cotta tile flooring, warm wood cabinetry and a center island for prepping and eating. A wall of French doors provide access to the outdoor dining area with breathtaking views of downtown San Diego.