Mediterranean Kitchen With Spacious Island and Neutral Stone Walls
This inviting kitchen features a spacious island with neutral cabinets and a granite countertop. Wrought iron candelabra chandeliers hang above, while neutral stone blocks provide accent walls. Hardwood floors complete the look of the space.
The brightly colored ceramic tiles add Mexican flair to this outdoor fireplace by Astleford Interiors. You could do the same thing indoors – and a similar approach, with Fiestaware-colored squares or a red-white-and-blue pattern for an American Country look.
Yellow Mediterranean Living Room is Bright, Cheery
Hexagon tile flooring grounds this sunny yellow living space, where an arched nook houses floating glass shelves and a mini bar area for entertaining. A sleek metal table pairs with woven chairs for an eclectic dining area, while the cozy seating area next to the fireplace boasts comfortable mustard yellow chairs.
Luxurious Tuscan Bathroom Boasts Earthy Color Palette
The rustic Tuscan color palette in this stunning master bathroom leans heavily on earthy, unpretentious hues evocative of a Tuscan hillside. A spacious wood vanity, beautiful tile floors and an exquisite bathing area lend a sense of luxury to the space.
This sunny Mediterranean home is a historic gem in Coral Gables, Florida. Designers worked carefully (and got the architectural board's approval) to bring an updated, more functional design to its kitchen and other rooms.
Yellow Mediterranean Chef's Kitchen With Chandelier
The chef's kitchen would be right at home in an Italian villa with its gently arched, stone-lined ceiling, stone-enclosed cooktop and hood and beautiful wood cabinetry. Here, too, large open arched doorways make the flow between this space and adjacent areas conveniently easy.
Bright yellow walls, an arched mirror, daybed with striped bedding and decorative pillows, terra cotta tile floor, colorful artwork and rustic side table add to this outdoor bedroom's Mexican-influenced accents.
Great Room: Bayfront Mediterranean Villa in Naples, Fla.
Elegant and formal, this two-story great room feels even grander with floor-to-ceiling mirrors on either side of the room. Dramatic chandeliers, arched doorways and formal furnishings complete the luxury space.
Design on a Dime host Casey Noble and ghost-designer Frank Harker hung red fabric above the master bedroom bed, transforming the previously cold, empty space into a warm, romantic Spanish-revival style to match the rest of the home.