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Mexican Tiles

Handmade Mexican Tiles, painted Talavera Murals for kitchen backsplash and counter, bathroom shower wall and decorative relief ceramic tiles for stair risers.

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February 2022

Talavera Tiles around Fireplace

can decorate the wall with glass, stone, or Talavera tiles around the fireplace. Following this creative idea can help you dress up the hearth without relying on fire, and simultaneously will add rustic and Southern flair.

Moroccan Style Talavera tiles

Talavera tiles have been used in many ways including floors, walls, and furniture. Nowadays one of the most used designs are the Moroccan style Talavera tiles which are well known for their high relief of the Arabesque style. These Arabesque tiles were created in Spain from the combination of Moorish and local tile craft, and they were used to decorate the Alhambra palace in Spain.

Bathroom Designs with MexicanTiles

Mexican architecture and design have made their mark around the globe and in so many styles that it would be difficult to name them all. The d├ęcor might be boosting with Southern flair from top to bottom or it might include some subtle elements that remind of Mexican art and craft. When it comes to bathroom remodelling, Mexican Talavera tiles have gained a lot of popularity owing to their unique charm, infinitive pattern options, incredible color palettes and of course, price. Combining old-world elegance and artisan execution, bathroom designs with Mexican tiles can enliven the most ordinary spaces.

Mexican Folk Tile Mix

With a selected Mexican tile mix that is sold in lots, as a professional, you gain more than just saving on your account. Because we select each lot of Mexican Talavera tiles in a sort of collection of themes and colors, you will also save the time that you would otherwise spend on picking every piece of ceramic tile. Bring Southern warm and cheerful spirit to any part of the world with our Mexican folk tile mix that includes the most endemic, Mexican designs.

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