Mixed patterns with a traditional Mexican tile palette lead the way to the upper level viewing patio.
An old credenza with peeling paint and natural distressing adds character and a unique touch to the family room.
For this guest bath we chose a beautiful teal paint color that perfectly matched a hue in the tile. The cabinet maker then added a gorgeous glaze and some natural distress to the wood for our final look.
In this guest bedroom we did an exaggerated arabesque shape headboard in a cheerful striped fabric that further carried our traditional Spanish color palette throughout the home.
We wanted something more dramatic for the powder room, so we created this custom shape and had the tile trim mitered to shape it out.
In the powder room we also found this one-of-a-kind dowry chest we used for the sink vanity which added another special touch.
In the master bath, we designed a hand-carved make-up vanity for our lady of the house painted in a beautiful Spanish Red.
For the kitchen we did a concentrated tile pattern behind the range and then moved into a soft yellow around the perimeter. The lighting is straight and simple reflecting the no-nonsense simplicity of ranch lifestyle.
In the gallery we kept our clean lined lighting consistent with iron sconces with reclaimed wood backplates, featured a soldier crossing pattern and a diagonal pattern for the saltillo floor tiles.