Spanish-inspired home interior becomes a popular choice among Americans. These design ideas will help you incorporate Spanish-style flair into your home, whether you like a Southwestern or Old World Spanish look. The Spanish style started with an antique Mexican pottery, ethnic fabrics, to the colorful paintings which add textures and color to the space. The high ceiling, thick walls and arches typical characteristic of Spanish-style architecture.
The cement tiles are perfect for this style and it really weren’t expensive but make sure that you seal them properly which will add a bit of a sheen but it’s worth it. Open shelving such as floating shelves on kitchen will looks good to show off your pretty dishes, it is a bit controversial because you have to keep it neat and nice in order for your kitchen not to look like s total chaos. Lacquered the same wall color to the floating shelves that you make is going to be the focal point. Paint the cabinet in a dark color; the blues, warm gray, black white, to give a modern Spanish kitchen feel more collected and welcoming. Many people think that old world color palettes have to be in warm tones; taupes, creams, beiges, burgundies, brown, etc, but as long as the material ‘feel’ old world the color palette can be more updates and fresh.