As the first glimpse inside your home, your lobby's interior design can attract or discourage your guests from further getting to know your home. With the right design, you can emulate a welcoming and cozy atmosphere that will make your visitors feel invited or at least intrigued by the one-of-a-kind solutions. Installing colorful, jazzy Mexican Talavera tiles in the entryway not only can set a cheerful and stylish tone. They are also a suitable material for a room where everyone will walk directly from outside with sometimes wet or dirty shoes. Sturdy and waterproof, ceramic Talavera tiles will, without a doubt, withstand heavy foot traffic. Our company offers a broad array of Talavera tile designs and textures that will help you to create a warm and alluring presence for your guests. Let your foyer be the ambassador of your home and yourself.
s about the suitable and tasteful combination of all the ideas a homeowner can have. The same happens while doing a tiling project. You can have wonderful Mexican Talavera tiles but by using too many patterns and colors you are risking overwhelming the room with too much “visual noise”. A true professional will know how to help you to balance all the beautiful materials you have in mind. One of the most popular ideas to create harmonious and balanced tiling projects is combining terracotta tiles with Talavera tiles.
conditioning was not existing yet so a semi-open space with a roof that protects a family from the hottest hours was a very needed relief. For that reason, the architecture in the regions where the climate is very sunny would always include a courtyard or a porch. If you are looking for unique ideas, look for Southern or Mediterranean-style houses as those usually depict stunning and relaxing verandas where to enjoy a cold glass of lemonade (or tequila). Mediterranean porch with Mexican tiles is what will probably pop up the most in your Pinterest search. Let’s have a look at some of the most functional and beautiful ideas on how to decorate your exteriors with Mexican Talavera tiles.