People have been fascinated with Spanish living room style for several centuries, and decorating homes was a popular architectural choice, particularly in places like California. People were using clay tile roofing and arched doorways, tall ceilinged entranceways and stucco walls. In all across southeastern parts of the USA, Spanish culture has completely touched the architecture.
Spanish interiors usually are quite warming, welcoming, and very stylish. One can easily recognize it by looking at their –
- Decorative tile work
- Exaggerated dome ceilings
- Traditional stucco walls
We are taking up few Spanish living rooms styles that you can know if you also want to incorporate that style in your new home.
1. Domed Ceilings
With this lovely living room with domed ceiling, which makes your space feel like airy and wide open when it will be paired with chic furniture together with neutral finishes. You can also add bubble chandelier from SOFARY and create a nice example of modern Spanish interior.
2. Experiment with color
Although most of the Spanish-inspired living spaces usually embrace whites or any natural wood colors, in this lovely space you need not shy away from colors. In between oversized painting and vibrant patterned rug, your living space will be colorful and energetic in best way.
Those who are a fan of all-white monochrome look, then surely you will love this Spanish design. Your bright white colored living room will be crisp and fresh without feeling sterile. You will love various white shades throughout the space for offering the necessary room depth without feeling overly stark.
4. Oversized wood beams
Large exposed beams offer the room aged and worn feeling that works beautifully along with the rest of the Spanish-inspired design. Indoor-outdoor elements of your living space will be a perfect way to embrace Mediterranean air.
5. Spanish Accessories
Even if you do not have any exposed beams or arched doorways, there is few Spanish-influenced objects that will always help to offer you that well-traveled, eclectic vibe at home.
6. Stucco and fireplace
In most Spanish homes, there is a focal point of the room and what a better way to be your fireplace. This beautiful space has lovely rounded fireplace, which gives the space a necessary depth and warmth.
7. Talavera tiles
These Talavera tiles are perfect to embrace Spanish vibe at home. Right from bathroom to your kitchen and then to step-down stairs to living room, all these colorful and patterned tiles can bring pop of color to any home.
8. Vaulted ceilings with exposed beams
We may not get enough of high ceilings having exposed wood beams, ornate chandelier or rustic curved archways.
Your home may not even have feature which is of built-in Spanish architectural type, still you can recreate that look with oversized iron chandelier which can double up as centerpiece for the space.
9. Well-curated bookshelf
As far as Spanish design is concerned, it is all about just show off your family heirlooms and also embracing history at your home. While decorating your home, you must focus on certain meaningful objects to weave them into a decor.