Wednesday , 7 December 2016

How to Decorate your Bathroom in Mexican Style

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Mexican is the perfect style for your bathroom, especially if you love old world charm and prefer places that exude coziness. A Mexican bathroom is the ideal relaxing retreat after long tiring days. It encompasses warmth and romance at the same time with its bright colorful surroundings. Following are some tips & ideas to get you started.

Flooring: To get the authentic look of Mexican flooring, avoid using carpets and go for Saltillo or glazed tile. You can even make a tile rug by using various sizes and shapes of your tiles. For instance; install sixteen inch squares on your entire bathroom floor and leave a space where you’ll place your tile rug. Then use smaller tiles or ones with a different color to make a border and fill the center diagonally with six-inch Saltillo tiles.

Walls: When it comes to Mexican walls, you have two options. You could either paint your bathroom walls in two bright colors by dividing them in the middle with a bold stripe all the way around your bathroom (The color on top should be lighter than the one on bottom though). Or, you could tile your walls in a bright color such as terracotta, Tuscan teal, manganese, and dark brown.

Bathroom Vanity: Your Mexican bathroom vanity could be an old rustic chest with a hole cut for the sink. However, consider waterproofing the wood with a sealer or use Mexican tile on your vanity top. Look for an aqua, red or cobalt blue sink that compliments your vanity top. A talavera pottery sink would be an even better choice as it features the most beautiful colored decorations, let alone that it’s real Mexican earthenware that was produced principally in Puebla.

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Accessories: Go for a shinny tin framed mirror with sconces on each side. Place a stack of bold colored towels on an old seat and use a Mexican flower pot as a toothbrush holder. You could also add real Mexican serapes and woven wall hangings which will beautifully tie the whole room together.

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