Mexico is a remarkable country that is known for its cuisine, music and artisan production. It is a heaven on earth for those who love interior design because anywhere you go you get inspired by stunning and varicolored architecture and landscapes. Mexicans love decorating their homes from head to toe which means you can find beautiful, handmade elements in the most surprising areas you can imagine. Mexican tiles wall art is part of this trend and it emanates from the general popularity of adding decorative, ceramic tiles in public spaces and private residencies and the Mexican muralism movement that made local murals famous around the world.
The Mexican muralism artistic trend began in the early 1920s and it was loaded with political connotations. The government authorized artists to make art that would educate the mostly illiterate population about the country’s history and present a powerful vision of its future. Therefore, most of those pieces of art depict the pre-colonial history and culture of Mexico, including peasants, workers and indigenous heritage. What do Mexican tiles wall art and this idealistic and romantic movement have in common is that both want to stress the love for the country, its customs and many cultures. Our wall tile murals focus on impressive, Colonial architecture, pre-Colombian civilisation and extraordinary festivities that are undeniably endemic such as the Day of the Dead. To recreate Mexican wall art you can consider placing different types of ceramic tiles or a mix of them all. We manufacture one-of-a-kind tile murals, decorative, Talavera tiles in 4×4 and 6×6 as well as high relief tiles. They all are suitable to introduce a Southern flavour in kitchens, bathrooms, dining rooms or gardens and patios. The applications for hand-painted Talavera tile are nearly endless. You might decide to combine your kitchen tile mural with wall tiles by using a similar color combination or corresponding designs. Our large, tile murals are great for highlighting chosen areas such as a kitchen backsplash, shower wall, fireplace spot or fountain area. Consider finishing the surface with equally beautiful border tiles to bring a feeling of compilation to the look.
Have fun by creating your own Mexican tiles wall art. Whether you will decide to make a DIY project or hire a professional, you can have an active part in choosing hues and textures. Our collection of Mexican, Talavera tiles includes not only a traditional couple of whites and blues but also yellow, red, green, and black, sp you can pair it with more color schemes.