Modern Spain is the best update of ‘California Tuscan’ that you can get. In San Diego, a super trendy house 20 years ago began to look old-fashioned. In the 90s everyone loved the nice red dining room, set everything up, granite tables, lots of roosters, and architectural features that mimicked the Italian countryside. Some of these displays are still popular and although the masses may have changed taste over the years, they will become a staple in decoration.
But, for new homeowners who are bored with golden walls, brown granite, and dark floors, there is a new style in the city. In the design industry, we began to see variations in materials that were brighter, less glossy, and a more earthy texture. What I appreciate about this style is a mixture of old and new. Clean lines added with graphic tiles that are very popular in porcelain and cement. Continue reading “25 Maximalist Spanish Home Style Decoration Ideas That Inspire You”