If you are fascinated by how good Mexican shapes and patterns look in interior design, then this post might be just right for you. Consider adding such designs to your own bathroom and see the difference it makes to your bathroom decor.
We have curated a list of some spectacular Mexican-style bathroom ideas that you can go through and make use of in your bathroom. Let’s get right into it to take a look at these ideas.
A Sophisticated Blend
This bathroom is an excellent combination of opulent orange, blue, and patterned tiles that exude cultural sophistication. Adorning the bottom half of the outer bathroom walls, the doorway to the inner room as well as the entire inner bathroom, these tiles truly add splashes of color to the entire space.
They also go well with the cream upper walls and wooden elements.
The Mexican-style tiles are all concentrated in a single region in this bathroom. This includes the interior sink as well as the countertop surrounding it. The patterned dark blue, orange, green, and white tiles add a colorful and stylish design to the entire region.
These colors beautifully complement the simple white cabinets, the cream walls, and the framed mirror.
This bathroom feels magical, almost as if you are looking right into a kaleidoscope. The upper walls of the bathroom are adorned with tiles that have intricate patterns on them, whereas the lower walls are tiled with diamond-shaped orange tiles. Dark blue tiles enhance and balance out the brightness through the floor, walls, and window frame.
A Palatial Sanctuary
This bathroom truly looks stately and captivating. The large clear mirror set against a white-tiled wall clearly reflects the bathtub with a metal exterior. This bathtub is throned atop a gorgeous floor made of tiles with blue, green, and white floral patterns.
This pattern continues onto a wall right across the bathtub, adding a nice contrast to the white-tiled walls that sandwich it.
In this bathroom, the Mexican style pops up in clever placements, starting with the sink ornate with colorful tiles with intricate patterns on them. The dominant blue base of the sink works well against the rustic wooden cabinet to which the sink is attached.
The shower room across the sink has white tiles with sparse bluish-green tiles that add splashes of color.
That brings us to the end of this fun list. We sincerely hope that you enjoyed going through this list just as much as we enjoyed making it. If you want to share your thoughts and experiences, feel free to leave a comment. Then, you can also pass these ideas on to your loved ones.