Monday, February 18, 2008

Mediterranean Spain


The Spanish mainland is bordered to the south and east almost entirely by the Mediterranean Sea. Spanish style is influenced by many cultures: Christian, Jewish, Moorish, but basically is a combination of Spanish and Arabic styles. The result is a quite unique mixture in decorative design. Simply splendid!



Andalucia








Spanish hacienda



Cordoba



An olive tree, Cordoba



Impressive wall decor: Castile Chargers/Trays (http://www.accentsofsalado.com/LG_CastileIronChargersTrays.html)
One of my fav websites for Mediterranean theme furniture, wall hangings, iron wall decor, kitchen, bath and wine accessories for a Tuscun, Mediterranean Old World casual home decor is Accents of Salado. If you are fond of the bold, sophisticated, yet simple Mediterranean style of living, you should definitely check it out!
http://www.accentsofsalado.com/index.html





Romantic Alhambra Iron Candle Holder,
http://www.accentsofsalado.com/item_06leather.html





























Spectacular Malaga Tall Glazed Earthenware Vases http://www.accentsofsalado.com/item_06leather.html




Beautiful Hacienda Decorative Chest on Stand http://www.accentsofsalado.com/item_06leather.html




Spanish Mediterranean Hardwood Occasional Cocktail Table with rustic, yet rich, and timeless flair http://furniturefromhome.com/products/Coffee-End-Sofa-Tables/PWL-352200





A sense of color and pattern




Reminiscent of the Spanish sunflower fields





An inviting Spanish Mediterranean living room by HGTV host/designer David Bromstad



Another authentic Spanish Mediterranean living room by HGTV designer Lauren Jacobsen

3 comments:

Samantha said...

Recently i went to this beautiful store in San Francisco that sells unique,organic,and handcrafted tiles,sinks,and furniture.
The store is called " SAINT TROPEZ BOUTIQUE" located at 25 evelyn way, San Francisco,CA 94127
Their website is www.sainttropezstone.com.
I was soblown away as soon as i entered the store,very cozy and stylish and they carry custom made handcrafted Moroccan glazed terracotta tiles, Traditional Moorish geometric tiles know as " Zillij mosaics or zellige mosaic",Handmade Brass Mediterranean lanterns, antique Moroccan entrance doors, fossil marble sinks,Fossil crinoids plaques, Moroccan marquee tents, and much more .
you got to see this store it is so gorgeous and the good thing about their products that they are 100% customizable so you can customize the sizes,colors,shapes,patterns,and design to fit your projects weather residential or commercial.
I'm an interior designer in San Francisco and i recommand Saint Tropez Boutique to anyone who is looking for quality & genuine Mediterranean, moorish,Moroccan Style & interiors for their homes.

For more info:

http://www.sainttropezstone.com

Living said...

Your lifestyle or taste determines what the focal point of your living area is. If you have a fireplace, you can rearrange your furniture around it. Or if you have a piano, and this is the focal point of your living area, your furniture could be set around it. When rearranging your furniture, also consider traffic in your Living Room Decoration area. It is always good to arrange furniture in off-square angles. This makes the room warmer and more casual. http://living-room-decoration.blogspot.com

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