The colorful wallcovering, bold tile patterns and distressed wood countertop add a sense of lightheartedness to this guest bathroom. Steel I-beams separate the two sink areas for a uniquely rustic detail. A skylight above the vanity brings natural light to the space
Color is key to creating a lively Spanish-inspired outdoor dining area. The yellow pergola, Talavera tile behind the grill, Saltillo patio tile and cobalt-blue seat cushions all work to enliven this festive alfresco space.
Colorful Southwestern Living Space With Small Sitting Area
This bold living space features a blue foyer with a black and white Southwestern door that leads the way to a sitting area. Navajo print rugs cover the hardwood floors, while an exposed beam ceiling lends a rustic touch. A soft gray print dresser provides the ideal spot for a bar tray and table lamp.
Multicolored Southwestern Living Space With Small Sitting Area
This colorful living room features a small sitting area with neutral pintucked chairs and a round wooden table with Navajo pottery placed on top. A wrought iron chandelier hangs from the exposed beam ceiling, while multicolored decor, including the pillows and area rugs.
A great paint color completely transforms a room. Designer Erica Islas uses a tangerine hue to complement the dark blue tiles of this Spanish-inspired bathroom. Try Olympics's Honey Toast to achieve a similar look.
Pink, Orange and Yellow Mexican Restaurant with Long Communal Table
The view of the dining and communal seating area in this Mexican taqueria restaurant will likely make you want to eat -- and celebrate! Bright orange and pink walls are adorned with yellow trim and a serape striped wall. An antique molinillos -- wood whisks -- installation hangs near the bar dining space, reinforcing the culinary theme.
HGTV fan phxdesign turned the corner of her long, narrow, walled patio into a colorful outdoor oasis. She did all the mosaic work herself, calling it "easy, fun and therapeutic." She also says, "this is the first garden that I've ever created, literally from the ground up."