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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.

Talavera Tile Murals for Backsplash

A big part of interior design — especially if you do not want to break the bank — is to incorporate decorative elements that can define the style of the room without huge renovation works. It is a true ability to know what kind of materials (such as wallpaper or ceramic tiles) or statement pieces of furniture can do pay off in the most efficient way. Without any doubt, many interior designers would agree that adding Talavera tile murals for backsplash can make an instant transformation in any style of kitchen.

Enrich your Kitchen with Talavera Tiles

We all know that the ceramic tile is the kitchen's best friend and is used in the majority of modern and traditional decors. Perhaps you just want to spice up your backsplash area. Or maybe you want to go all the way and tile a whole wall or countertop in bright, vivid patterns. Either way, our Talavera Mexican designs are sure to bring some excitement to your kitchen remodel. Discover our weekly blog to find inspiration on how to enrich your kitchen with Talavera tiles.

Colorful Relief Tiles from Mexico

Stair risers, door and window surrounds, countertops and splashes, shower walls, accent bands, and wail panels are just some of the many uses for colorful relief tiles from Mexico. If you dream about enhancing Spanish, Southern or, generally speaking, Mediterranean style, this traditional ceramic product will bring the authentic Mexican craft into any style of apartments and houses. You might even live in Alaska, but your home will boost a warm and joyful feel with our Mexican Talavera tiles.

Talavera Mexican Mixed Tiles

Choosing from thousands of designs that our online shop is offering might cause a real headache. We've got your back. For individual homeowners or developers who are underlying large projects, we have prepared a special section that is called Mexican... Continue Reading →

Blue and White Talavera Tile Designs

f you desire to bring the sophistication of Colonial or Mediterranean style to your home, consider adding blue and white Talavera tile designs that are inspired by the centuries-old tradition of Mexican pottery. Our handmade Talavera tiles have a very wild use in the decoration of the interiors and exteriors of any style of home. The broad range of types of our ceramic products will make your next renovation project a painless and even enjoyable task. With the most classic of them all, blue and white Talavera tiles, your home transforms into Southern-induced Hacienda.

Painted Ceramic Sink from Mexico

creating a fascinating blend of styles. The beautiful hues and patterns can easily enliven any style of bathroom, whether big and small. Combining modern, high-tech features with old-looking or even vintage pieces will make your interiors look unusual and alluring. With a painted ceramic sink from Mexico, any bathroom will gain a colorful focal point and a functional vanity that will become the treasure of your family.

Mexican Style Dining Room with Tiles

Millions of tourists each year fall in love with Mexican culture, architecture and nature that inspired homeowners, interior designers and producers around the world. As a country that appreciates creative artistry and design, we can learn so much from Mexican interiorism. Although we cannot live in Mexico year-round, we can copy an artistic way of decorating homes and create stunning spaces full of beauty, cheerfulness and tranquillity. The best way to start is to use similar materials, colors and textures like those found in Mexico. With Mexican Talavera tiles, you will feel like South-of-the-border again. In this post, we want to show you how easy is to create Mexican style dining room with tiles.

Terracotta Floor Tiles from Mexico

Beautifully crafted tiles might be one of the most popular ways of decorating the floors around the globe, and definitely, it is of the most ancient. Tile floors were popular back in Roman Imperium, prized by the Moorish kings and later introduced into royal interiors of modern Europe. In Mexican architecture, it is an essential part of the Hacienda style and most of the rustic residencies include handmade, terracotta floor tiles from Mexico. Whether it is used for an elegant hallway or a high-traffic kitchen, tile flooring with a pattern directs the eye downward, offering visual delight to you and your guests.

Mexican Bullnose Trim Tiles

Some decorative Talavera tiles are designed to steal the show, to highlight the style you want. Other types of tiles are made to give the finished look and their purpose is, on the contrary, not to be seen. The trim tiles were invented to make the tiling surface look flawless, so there would not be any drastic breaks between different surfaces such as a tile and the painted wall. Among the trim tiles, Mexican bullnose trim tiles are one that is being used in most tiling projects. Probably you have never heard of the bullnose tile, although most probably you already have this tile design in your home without realizing it.

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