Decorate your home with a Mexican floor tile if you like rustic style of Southwest or desire to celebrate Mexican culture in your home decor. Choose a room or whole house, to see colors and elements that reflect Mexican culture. Mexican decoration is sometimes referred to as Southwest or Santa Fe style.
Earth tones and bright, festive colors generally make Mexican floor tile. Paint walls a dark beige or terracotta, if you plan on using bright and festive accessories if you want to update decor of their frequency. Paint each room in a different bright color like red, cobalt blue or yellow, if you plan to keep its neutral furniture. Installing a chair rail and paint bottom of white wall in contrast to darker paint and to keep room feel dark and gloomy. It is not limited to a palette of two or three colors with Mexican decoration, but you can use a variety of different colors.
Choose accessories that are suitable for specific style or element will favor Mexican floor tile. Hats hang on walls and covers or ponchos on couch. Pile cushions on chairs, couch or bed with Mexican embroidery. Place carpets woven in tile floor or carpet for a genuine sensation. Place terracotta pots, pottery, woven baskets and Mexican cactus around room. Use embroidered cloth or bright panels as curtains. Lining walls with Mexican-inspired art. Glue brightly colored tiles around a big as focal point of a large wall mirror. Beautify your kitchen theme with dried Mexican chiles, chiles and garlic, which also provides a fragrant aroma.