Warm, inviting and vibrant, even if your home is not traditionally Mexican, turning your kitchen into Southern-style with Talavera wall tiles can give it a completely new ambiance. By updating your kitchen’s décor with bright tones, decorative tiling and fine Mexican detailing your entire home can take on a new character. Mexican Talavera tiles can introduce a powerful change in your interiors and the kitchen walls are the best display for that. We know of countless ways of using the Mexican ceramic for embellishing kitchen walls and in reality the broad range of colors, patterns and textures of our handmade Mexican Talavera tiles open up more creative techniques to add character and lightness to your kitchen.
We are convinced that decorating a kitchen wall with Mexican Talavera tiles will be fun for any homeowner. You do not have to own a Hacienda style mansion to build up a Mexican vibe in your interiors. What you really need is the boldness to explore multicolored world of our Talavera ceramic tiles and a good decorative ideas that can range from going full Mexican with ceramics on the walls, counters, kitchen table or just introducing some small drops of Southern feel with a subtle, Mexican accent tiles or ethnical style potteries and textile. A few days ago I came across this kitchen design that you can see on the post’s photo and I was amazed by the idea of incorporating hand-painted ceramic plates from Mexico into the wall backsplash. The architect used classic Mexican Talavera tiles in dark blue on the white background around a variety of wall plates that makes it an effortless combination between Mexican and Spanish interior design heritage.
You are probably asking how you should begin this kind of fearless project in your kitchen? You should be aware that our Mexican talavera kitchen wall tiles come in painted solid colors and handcrafted with designs. We would recommend you to start the kitchen designs by choosing a solid color combination first. You can use one color for both the background or choose to use a different color for the edging relief tiles. The main choices are white, yellow, green, orange and terracotta. After you have decided on the primary color to use, you will want to look at the patterned tiles. Be bold with your choices. Take inspiration from the work of Mexican artists, artisans and architects and soon you will discover that they have no fear to combine the hues you would never imagine together and it looks fabulous.
Last but not least, take special attention to your kitchen backsplash as nowadays it is seen as a key design element in a kitchen, being normally in the central part of your kitchenette, behind the stove. To create a focal point, think about contrast and vibrancy that you will obtain with kitchen murals and Mexican Talavera wall tiles.
Decorating kitchen wall with Mexican talavera tiles can be fan. I came across of this kitchen design just a few days ago and was amazed by the idea of incorporating hand painted ceramic plates from Mexico into the wall backsplash. The architect used classic mexican talavera tiles with Madrid style in dark blue on white background around a variety of plates cemented to the wall.