Mexican Tile Classic Patterns

Classic patterns of Mexican Tile are usually associated with colorful designs that are problematic to coexist with the majority of designing layouts and rarely applicable in typical European and North American home style. Many persons claim that those Talavera tiles are made of contrasting colors often thought as not really working well together when comparing with grey and very light colors used by the designers. Well, you may be surprised to know that there are a lot of Mexican tile designs with very simple geometric patterns made of maximum of two colors. The tile background is a solid color and the tile patterns are handcrafted in terracotta, cobalt and yellow or vice verse. Another positive news is that many interior decorators are reaching for painted Mexican tile classic patterns while creating all kind of decors, not only Southwestern or colonial Hacienda style.

Mexican Tiles

Classic patterns of Mexican Tile are usually associated with colorful designs that are problematic to coexist with the majority of designing layouts and rarely applicable in typical European and North American home style. Many persons claim that those Talavera tiles are made of contrasting colors often thought as not really working well together when comparing with grey and very light colors used by the designers. Well, you may be surprised to know that there are a lot of Mexican tile designs with very simple geometric patterns made of maximum of two colors. The tile background is a solid color and the tile patterns are handcrafted in terracotta, cobalt and yellow or vice verse. Another positive news is that many interior decorators are reaching for painted Mexican tile classic patterns while creating all kind of decors, not only Southwestern or colonial Hacienda style.

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