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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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Decorating Front Steps with Mexican Tiles

Nowadays, the exterior part of our homes is not getting the attention it deserves. We all focus on decorating the interiors and the patio that is a natural extension of the indoor space. However, we should not neglect the entry, including your house's facade and front steps. If your home has a Spanish or Mexican influence, most probably there is an arched entry door with a couple of stair risers that lead inside. Create a welcoming feel for your guests by decorating front steps with Mexican tiles. Our handmade, ceramic tiles are perfect for upgrading any area of a private residency as well as businesses and public areas that need some Southern feel.

Talavera Tile 6×6

The best talavera tile for stair risers is 6x6. Its size more less can fill up the space and there are many patterns available. Talavera tile 6x6 inch size is also used for decorating kitchen backsplash and tabletops. It is... Continue Reading →

High Relief Tile

A high relief tile is made of flat ceramic background and elevated pattern. Production of relief tile is not easy. It requires skillful artisan to apply paint by the way of pouring it on the surface. Each tile is handmade... Continue Reading →

Mexican Relief Tile

Embrace the spirit of the South with our beautifully handmade collection of Mexican relief tile! A luxurious option for your home decor, the relief tiles are hand-painted using special glazes that leave a high-gloss and distinctly raised or "relief" finish... Continue Reading →

Relief Tiles

Mexican ceramic relief tiles are such a pleasure to observe but even more, it is a really great experience to appreciate their multidimensional designs. Wen you look at them from far, there seem like normal, handmade ceramic tiles but once... Continue Reading →

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