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Saltillo Restaurant Tile -Pancho’s Vegas

By | Cantera Stone, Interior Design, Mexican Tile, Saltillo Tile, Talavera Tile | No Comments

Saltillo Restaurant Tile can be found at it’s finest in Pancho’s Mexican food restaurant in Las Vegas.  And that’s not it for Mexican tiles in this restaurant – check out the pairings of Talavera tiles and Cantera stone that create a perfect ambiance for good food, live music and Pancho’s famous Naughty Maggie Margaritas! I had the pleasure of visiting Pancho’s Las Vegas a couple of weeks ago to check out our saltillo restaurant tile and partake in good eats.  Located in downtown Summerlin, Pancho’s boasts an authentic Mexican food menu that would compete with any restaurant in Mexico.  And did I mention the margaritas yet?!  Be weary of Mr. Lawrence’s (the owner of Pancho’s Manhattan Beach (CA) and Las Vegas) recommendation to try the margarita on an empty stomach at 11 am.  But hey… it’s Vegas so I couldn’t resist.  It’s a good think his menu features some of…

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Spanish Style Homes – Saltillo Flooring

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Building a Spanish Style Home? Consider Saltillo Flooring to set the foundation for your hacienda residence. Any Spanish-inspired home starts with flooring – specifically Saltillo flooring.  As you watch this video, check out the variety of shapes and styles available to set the tone for your home.  Terra cotta floors have warm tones of color to create a cozy ambiance for any space.  It’s also a durable solution for wear and tear for real life. Watch this short video for saltillo tile floor photos and decor inspiration. You’ll see that saltillo tile lends itself to many interior design styles including: southwestern, rustic, Mediterranean, Tuscan, Old-World and Mexican or Hacienda. Like what you see?  Get terra cotta flooring shipped straight to you for affordable prices.  When flooring like this is paired with rustic furniture, color accents, and iron or copper lighting, a Spanish style home comes to life! Getting Saltillo flooring from…

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5 Rustico Tiles that Make a Statement

By | Cement Tile, Interior Design, Manganese Saltillo Tile, Mexican Tile, Saltillo Tile, Talavera Tile | No Comments

Are you tired of boring floors?  Did you know that a designer’s secret weapon is blending architectural elements with a homeowner’s style?  Check out some of our favorite budget-friendly, hand-crafted tiles!  This is where form meets function! 1.  Talavera Painted Tile.  It’s impossible to narrow it to just one painted design!  Go big and bright or subdued and sophisticated.  Talavera is a painted tile that originates in Mexico.  Beautiful designs can add punch to a variety of home styles including: Mediterranean, Hacienda, Victorian, Tuscan and even casual beach homes.  We recommend starting your talavera selection with a decorative design – then work in the solid color accents and trims.  To complete the look, coordinate complimentary elements such as Cantera stone, as seen in this photo on the kitchen counter and hood trim. 2.  Manganese Hexagon Saltillo Tile.  We sure do love this beauty!  Manganese Saltillo, in general, is super versatile….

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Spice Up Your Casa – 4 Interior Design Tips

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Whether you’re renovating or building a new home, there are practical ways to create the cultural aspects of a Spanish style interior.  Luckily for Americans, we can pull from Spanish style decor to also create flair in Southwestern, Mediterranean, and Tuscan style homes.  Incorporate these design ideas to your interior design planning to spice up your casa, cabin, or cottage! 1.  Architectural Elements. From terra cotta tile flooring, hand-carved cantera corbels, to a decorative cement tile back splash, craftsmanship style is created through architectural elements.  And don’t discredit the power of wall color and finishes.  Venetian plaster on walls will tie together these elements to create a cozy and welcoming space. 2.  Talavera Tiles and Color. For Mexican-inspired interior design, opt for bright, vibrant shades of painted Talavera tiles.  Solid color tiles and decorative designs create a patterned space or a mural of artwork.  Use talavera to create a focal…

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