Rustic mismatching vanities are tied together with the same woods and countertops. For a one-of-a-kind look, a beautiful stained glass window sits behind a mirror, while a stone border flows throughout the bathroom for a sophisticated touch.
Inspired by Spanish and Mexican interior design, this Dallas home is made for entertaining large crowds, as well as small family gatherings. Centered around a stucco fireplace, the living room furniture creates a cozy, intimate grouping. A large built-in houses favorite collectibles and frames a gilded piece of art.
Small rustic chandeliers hang on each side of the bed, adding a rustic note to the Spanish-inspired master bedroom. For a touch of color, cobalt blue pillows and quilts dress the bed.
Small cobalt blue tile is used for the fireplace surround, adding color and Mexican flair to the seating area of this home office. Exposed wood beams, bookshelves and rustic mantel add warmth to the space, while comfortable armchairs create the ideal spot for relaxing by the fire.
A curved brick-and-concrete driveway leads up to a beautiful hacienda, inspired by Spanish and Mexican design. Classic terracotta roof tiles pair with stucco walls, while a gorgeous lawn and plantings create ultimate curb appeal.
This Dallas home was designed with a chic hacienda feel that reflects classic southwestern style, including terracotta tile roof and stucco walls. The inner courtyard features a dramatically tall stucco fireplace, where family and guests can relax.
Distressed tiles are used halfway up the powder room walls to add an Old World feeling to the space. A intricate vanity is paired with a colorful Mexican-inspired sink, while rustic sconces add soft lighting to the room.
Bright blue tile make a striking backdrop and add a burst of color to this cozy, beautiful outdoor space. The Spanish-inspired water fountain creates a soothing ambiance for the elegant courtyard.
An elegant archway is flanked by built-in stone wine racks that hold the homeowners' collection. Warm wood cabinets paired with traditional countertops provide storage for glasses, decanters and other entertaining needs. Terracotta tile grounds the space, while a rustic chandelier adds an Old World note.
Inspired by Spanish and Mexican design, this Dallas, Tex., home was made for entertaining large crowds and small family gatherings. The backyard pool is surrounded by curvy patios, lush plantings and a rock water feature, all which blend seamlessly together to create a restful retreat.
Mexican-inspired tiles are used on the tread of the staircase, contrasting against the warm woods and add rich color to the space. Terracotta floor tiles add style underneath, while wrought iron railing curves up the stairs, completing the Spanish-inspired look.
A traditional wood headboard with Spanish design centers this sophisticated yet rustic bedroom. Architectural details, like exposed wood beams and wood window trim, add warmth to the space. Simple white bedding pairs with cobalt blue pillows and quilt for Mexican-inspired color.
This beautiful Spanish hacienda is decorated in simple neutrals and warm woods. To add color, cobalt blue is used throughout the home. Here, in the home office, the hue is introduced through a diamond-patterned area rug, pillows and Mexican tile fireplace surround. A traditional wooden desk with turned legs is paired with a more contemporary leather chair to give the workspace an updated look.
Deep woods and cobalt blue upholstery creates a stark contrast in this Spanish dining room. Old World-inspired furnishings, from the chandelier to the china cabinet, reflect the timeless feel of the style.
In the outdoor courtyard is a built-in stone bench makes for a comfy spot to relax. Cobalt blue pillows add a burst of color, and to bring in a touch of Mexican design, blue mosaic tiles are used in the arch inset. The house design is traditional Spanish with terracotta roof tiles and stucco walls.
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.