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Mexican Kitchen Design

Mexican Kitchen Design

Kitchen Photo Gallery: Below are some pictures of kitchens featuring Mexican inspired designs, along with a highlights video above. If you enjoy the flavor and beauty of these Mexican kitchens, you will probably enjoy the character and culture of Italian, French Country, and Tuscan kitchens as well. Enjoy the photos! «« Back to Kitchen Cabinet Styles Main Gallery
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Mexican Kitchen Design

If you enjoyed having friends for supper in the kitchen, make a plan to repeat the event. Perhaps you could even start a kitchen supper club, where you rotate homes and trade recipes. And you may as well start adding some favorite images and ideas to an inspiration file for your dream kitchen. Mine would definitely include a hearth.
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Mexican Kitchen Design

Rustic, Modern Great Room With Kitchen and Game Nook Bright colors, interesting architecture and unexpected textures make for a unique great room in this home. Design firm Studio V created a design plan perfect for the fun-loving family that lives here.
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Mexican Kitchen Design

Your style is … – Rustic: You’ve never uttered the phrase “too much wood.” In your ideal kitchen, rough-hewn, distressed and well-worn woods mix with one another on floors, countertops and cabinets. Stone walls might also make an appearance. If you can, include a roaring fireplace in your kitchen to add to the subtle glow from your barn lights.
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Mexican Kitchen Design

Rustic kitchens. “Worn,” “distressed” and “rough hewn” may not be the first words that come to mind when we think of kitchens. But today rustic kitchens rival the classic white kitchen in popularity — thanks to their timber, stone, brick, vintage appliances and fireplaces.
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Mexican Kitchen Design

Flared hoods, hand-painted tile, warm wood cabinets, beamed ceilings and arched cooking alcoves are just some of the features that put Spanish revival kitchens on the most-wanted list. Guide: 8 Elements of a Mediterranean Kitchen.
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Mexican Kitchen Design

Prep Surfaces: Granite is certainly the first choice for countertops, with marble as a second option. The illuminating effect of cobalt blue tiled countertops can be stunning, and multicolored talavera tiles can bring an artful and authentic look to your kitchen.
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Mexican Kitchen Design

Documents for the Mama’s nomination note that the 1924 one-story brick building at 2234 Second Avenue, while having undergone a number of alterations, is representative of the neighborhood for its era. It was designed by noted local architect George Wellington Stoddard, whose other works include Seattle Memorial Stadium, the Green Lake Aqua Theater, and a 1931 garage at 777 Thomas (designated a Seattle landmark). He was also part of the design team for the Yesler Terrace public housing development in the 1940s.

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