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Spanish Tile Elements: A Rustic Elegance

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The flea market regulars out there know that handmade and artisanal products are all the rage these days. You, too, can transform your home into a personal art gallery by including some basic Spanish tile elements. This augments rustic and elegant properties reminiscent of the Old World. Check out these ideas for adding Spanish tile elements to your home. Terra-Cotta Roof Tiles Terracotta clay roof tiles are attractive and add a rustic look that works in a desert or Mediterranean environment. Being made of clay and other natural materials, this style of roof is very durable without compromising beautiful curb appeal. Terra-Cotta roof tiles are fireproof and can last for over 100 years. What’s not to love? They’re low-maintenance and good for the environment!   Hand-Painted Tile Hand-painted tile is characteristic of Spanish Colonial design and adds a colorful touch to a home. It also functions as a border or…

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5 Charmingly Rustic Kitchen Ideas You’ll Want to Steal

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A rustic kitchen ambiance brings a certain charm to your home. The usual elements of weathered wood components, farm tables, and rugged floors make for a cozy look. It’s common to see such a classic style in country homes and farmhouses. However, it also seems to be a popular design choice for modern homes today. Some talented designers have added their own spin to these rustic kitchens by marrying them with various other interior styles. So with that in mind, here are 5 rustic kitchen designs that are all unique in their own way. See how the designers incorporated something new to make these kitchens stand out. 1920’s Spanish Style Kitchen Letter Four remodeled the floor plan of the Dunleer Residence without deviating too far from the house’s existing Spanish style interiors. Since no wall separates the dining room and the kitchen, the designers incorporated different flooring to distinguish them….

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