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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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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.

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.

Rustic Style Patio with Mexican Tiles

We can get so many meaningful ideas from the Mexican culture and lifestyle and one of the most precious is the ability of its people to enjoy outdoor living. Mexican love spending time with friends and family preparing delicious food, barbecues and cold margaritas. They also boast outdoor living by creating the most delightful decors for gardens, terraces, patios and traditional courtyards. Sometimes the only thing you need to enliven your outdoors is some handmade, unique tiles that embellish the most critical areas of your home and garden. Learn how to introduce a rustic style patio with Mexican tiles.

Decorate Home Exteriors with Mexican Tiles

Often homeowners dedicate all their time and energy to create the most amazing and personal design for their interiors, especially kitchens and bathrooms. However, if you are thinking about selling your property or, on the contrary, you just bought one and you want to make it feel like yours, you should never forget to add a personal touch to the exteriors of your home. Create an outside that can reflect the style of the rest of your spaces. In Southern Europe and Mexico, people have been embellishing their facades and front door with colorful tiles for centuries. With our online Talavera tiles shop, you can add a little bit of spice to your outdoors and decorate home exteriors with Mexican tiles. Thousands of patterns and colors combination allow you to achieve a timeless charm and a wow factor.

Talavera Tiles in Southern Kitchen

Whether you’re planning a complete kitchen makeover or you're just looking for a few quick and easy updates, our decorative Mexican tiles are sure to inspire you to go South of the border. In Mexico, a delightful and soulful kitchen is almost always the center of one’s home and where all the magic happens. Talavera tiles in the Southern kitchen will make you want to create the best tacos and ceviche you have ever prepared.

Mexican Bathroom with Talavera Tiles

If you have fallen in love with your Mexican hotel or Airbnb and would love to recreate it in your home, it can be quite tricky if you want to make your shopping in larger home stores in your area. You might find a couple of tile designs that resembles vaguely Mexican, ceramic tiles but believe us, nothing compares to the authentic Talavera tiles made in one of the pottery centres of this stunning country. With our online shop, you will be able to reproduce the most delightful, bright and elegant Mexican bathroom with Talavera Tiles and other ceramic features such as Talavera, ceramic sinks and toilets.

Classic Mexican Tiles

One of ours most popular collection is the Classic Mexican Tiles line but you might be wondering what does a traditional Mexican tile stand for. Those who have visited this beautiful country probably know that Mexican pottery is very versatile and represents folk art that is a blend of not only indigenous civilisations but also foreign cultures that had a great impact on Mexican craft. Today we want to talk about Talavera Mexican pottery that had established the classic Mexican tiles style.

Mexican Tiles Wall Art

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.

Kitchen Talavera Tiles for Backsplash

For those who truly love spending quality time in the kitchen preparing gourmet food for friends and family will for sure appreciate a beautiful and unique ambience around the prep and cooking area. The same applies for those who have an open kitchen concept where the décor around the backsplash is as important as the one of your dining area. If your home is decorated in rustic or Southern style, consider ceramic, multicolored tiles including kitchen Talavera tiles for backsplash. It is not only going to create an outstanding, cheerful and bright scenario, but it is also a guarantee of a durable and waterproof finish for an area of your home with highest, daily “traffic”.

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