5 Mexican Kitchen Designs

5 Mexican Kitchen Designs

Mexico, one of the most colorful and thrilling places on Earth is also home to many great interior designers and their works. From beautiful houses and buildings to great landmarks, they have designed it all. Mexican kitchens are one of their specialties. So if you live in Mexico and you haven’t yet got a designer kitchen to match your taste, it’s high time you work on it. Here are some wonderful ideas on how to round it up and make your kitchen a source of pride to match up your imagination.

Mexican Kitchen Designs

Stone Chipped Design Hall

It is one of the most beautiful and charming textures that you have seen in your entire life. You can choose a wide range of nude colors for the wall. Antique white is preferred as it compliments each and everything in your kitchen. Stud the doors and walls with any contrasting colors. This design is best if you have a relatively small kitchen area as the designs bring out dept in them. Faux paint your stock doors and then scrap, antique and apply iron nail heads for a charming Mexican effect.

Stone Chipped Design Hall

El Taller Gallery

If you love a splash of colors then this theme is definitely for you. Add a bright Mexican blanket or Saltillo serape for making lovely dinning chair covers. This also compliments your refreshing personality as well as the variety of your kitchen appliances. Add bright colors to your walls, give extraordinary textures to them. After all, remember, it’s all about the samba! Lastly, show your guests your excellent taste in art by hanging beautiful pictures on your effervescent wall.

El Taller Gallery

Casa Lluvia Blanca

Lead your kitchen into your plant filled patio that fills the room with a magnificent smell of your favorite prunes. Take your kitchen to the next level by adding elliptical dome shaped and hewn wooden beam structures. Instead of windows, opt for a wall length shutter that opens into the patio so that different shades of light can filter in all day long and play a spectacular array of ‘Rainbow Man’. Also try using Mexican ceramic tiles for your counter tops.

Casa Lluvia Blanca

Pleasing Is The Hue

Design your kitchen with geometric pattern floor tiles. Furnish it with small vintage artifacts and souvenirs for a holiday effect. If dainty is your word, you can also decorate your kitchen with small flowering plants and art works. Have your walls colored in soft pastel colors for a soothing effect. Place same or a different shade of the same color carpet for a complete royal effect.

Pleasing Is The Hue

Mediterranean Effect

A ‘Sunny effect’ is what describes this theme for your Mexican abode. Color your walls in a mellow shade of yellow and then advice yourself on one thing, choose a bright and dark color for your items like your kitchen table and your counter. This gives a bolder effect to your kitchen and gives it a nice shady Mexican effect. Use gold or tangerine chairs or stools for a neutral effect and leave all the drama to the excellent food.

Mediterranean Effect