La Casa Loca: Latino Style Home - Funky Craft Projects for Decorating & Entertaining
An ethnic treat for the senses that brings the exciting, classy-meets-campy Latino style home to hip
decorators everywhere. Latino style merges with pop art to create an inspirational craft book with a hip,
contemporary sensibility. Readers can create their very own casa loca crazy house by hand with fabulous array of easy, inexpensive projects to liven up the interior and brighten the garden, to throw killer fiestas and take restful siestas, to live - and look - the Latino style. Use T-shirt fabric to make toss pillows with fringe or turn inexpensive soft-drink bottles into fabulous glittery vases. Use a glue gun to transform an ordinary garden into a Mexicali masterpiece complete with a Bonita Birdfeeder and Milagro Tree Ribbons. Turn your ho-hum apartment into a super funky Latina inspired apartment that will be unique and cost effective!

 
 
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Decorating Books  - Mexican color
The Spirit of Mexican Design
Traditional Mexican Style Interiors
There is a charm and character built into a Mexican home like no other architectural style. It is a classic, timeless style. Over 280 color photos of some of the most beautiful new, old, and remodeled Mexican style homes. Color is everywhere - vibrantly painted walls offer up a rainbow of hues, hand painted tiles cover every available surface, and traditional Mexican folk arts adorn walls and furnishings. Twelve chapters of beautiful interior rooms, including entryways, living rooms, kitchens, dining rooms, bedrooms, bathrooms, ceilings & floors, stairways, niches, fireplaces, lighting and arts. Having specific rooms and architectural details divided into separate chapters is a format sure to please decorators, designers, architects, builders, and those homeowners that are just looking for new and exciting ideas. The companion book, Traditional Mexican Style Exteriors, explores the intricate details of these same homes’ facades, doors, gates, porches & patios, columns, fountains, pools, cantera stone work and gardens. Recommend for anyone who is remodeling a Mexican-style home or who is simply looking to add a few earthy touches to another style. Southwest and Mexican interior design ideas, in small doses, can mesh well with other types of decor.


Mexican Color/Color Mexicano
Filled with Mexican home interiors, centred on the subject of color - paint your porch orange, your stairs blue, and your walls exterior fushia - colors of Mexican architecture, design, home furnishing, art, and artifact. Mexican culture uses color to dramatic effect in textiles, clothing, homes, markets, contemporary and folk art, interior design, and modern and ancient architecture. Categorized into themes, "The New World", with fabulous wall paintings. "People of the Sun" focuses on beautiful churches, as well as walls and doors. "A Sky Blue Balcony", has close-ups of brilliantly hued walls, balconies and building details. "The Brown Madonna", has everything from church niches to marketplace and more multi-colored walls.  "The Space of Light", on modern Mexican architecture, and the colors that bring so much warmth to its clean, stark lines.


Decorating Books
Southwest Style - Santa Fe Style - Desert Style


The New Southwest Home: Innovative Ideas for Every Room
packed with room-by-room tours of unique contemporary and traditional homes. The Southwest conjures up visions of warm, neutral earth and desert colors, there are many ideas, using that color palette to experiment with. Whether you're looking to view the mountains, or a traditional beehive fireplace for cozy warmth, there is something for everyone. From the entryway, to the heart of the home, the kitchen, and all rooms in between, with ideas galore. Today's Southwestern home can come complete with heavy duty stainless steel appliances nestled in around the rock face. The bath may have a rustic look, but with a designer sink. The strong room, where you originally hid from the indians or tornados may today hold a wine cellar.


Southwest Style : A Home-Lover's Guide to Architecture and Design
Contemporary Southwest style, which goes beyond the pastel Native American design, includes a mixture of Spanish, Mexican, and cowboy influences, shows how the look has been incorporated into home decor. Overview of the region and the traditional architectural styles and details that comprise the Southwest style. Homes in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, and Utah are depicted that exemplify each region's style from mountain to desert. From large, minimalist rooms with an alter or wall dedicated to masks to rooms packed with painted furniture, baskets, deer horns, glassware and old family portraits indicative of the American West, Southwest Style.


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Mexican Details
soulful nature of Mexican design abounds. The colors of the rooms are warm and vibrant. Decorative accents include intricately woven textiles, glazed ceramics, wooden masks, and folk art objects that bear evidence of the hands that crafted them. character-rich details of Mexican furniture, architectural elements, and handcrafted accents that resonate with beauty and originality. From chip-carved benches and hand-hewn tortilla tables to painted trunks and carved-stone moldings,  Carr and Witynski reveal in vibrant detail how mesquite doors can be newly fashioned into console and coffee tables, iron window grilles are converted to headboards, and stone water filters blossom as flower planters. These once-utilitarian elements take on creative new roles in modern-day homes, adding beauty and character to every corner.


Traditional Mexican Style Exteriors
Beautiful, classic and timeless architectural details are shown of new, old, and remodeled traditional Mexican style homes and gardens. From Spanish Colonial facades to the best of the Mission and Spanish Eclectic homes. This volume is a must for everyone interested in Mexican architecture and outdoor charm. This book excites the reader's imagination through nine chapters, including facades, doors, gates, portales & patios, columns, fountains, pools, cantera stonework  and gardens. Sparkling pools and spouting fountains bring tranquility to flower-filled gardens and courtyards. Photographs will inspire decorators, designers, architects, builders, and homeowners looking for traditional and exciting ideas. The companion book, Traditional Mexican Style Interiors, invites readers inside these same gorgeous homes for a tour of entryways, living rooms, kitchens, dining rooms, bedrooms, bathrooms, floors, ceilings, stairways, niches, fireplaces, lighting, and arts.


Turn any bedroom into a desert-inspired oasis with a stylish southwestern theme blended with a colorful mixture of Spanish, Mexican, and rustic cowboy influences.

A touch of Santa Fe style with bulky furnishings, wrought iron accessories, and a mix of bold and bright colors.


Accent with patterned designs arraying from perfectly placed stripes to bold and stunning Aztec and Mexican inspired geometric designs

Or stick with the earthy colors and natural sandstone textures for a muted soft touch.
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Get creative and design your master bedroom, guest room or ranch house in Sante Fe style.
Start with a  particular favorite piece ... either a rug, a wall hanging, bedding, art work ...  something that depicts your idea of Southwestern style while at the same time adding your very own personal touch.
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vibrantly painted walls in rainbow hues, hand painted tiles cover every surface, and traditional Mexican folk art adorn walls and furnishings.
Santa Fe Houses draw  inspiration from the four traditional Native American elements - fire, earth, water, and air - and can be used to create wonderful effects in kitchens and dining rooms, entry-ways and living rooms, bedrooms, bathrooms, porches, and patios.
Adobe design style - rugged thick-walled haciendas in Mexico  many-sculptural walls with contoured corners and softly flowing lines; fireplaces that replace traditional corners with warmth and grace; carved nichos for displaying artworks; ceilings of hearty exposed vigas; earthen floors hand-troweled to a smooth finish; hand-carved Mexican doors; gleaming Saltillo tiles; stone-paved courtyards; stepped walls that hide reflecting pools; and breezy portales that welcome the outdoors.
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Mexicolor: The Spirit of Mexican Design
Radiant color is not merely joyously prevalent in Mexico, it is part of the national psyche. The profusion of multihued walls, tiles, ceramics, textiles, and folk art that fill the home; the   foods, flowers, supplies, and accessories that comprise the spectacle of the marketplace; the vibrant details that define everything from facades to clothing to handpainted toys - the Mexican obsession with color is everywhere, as is strikingly documented in this lively book.  Among the many chapters, "Textiles", "Folk Art", "Ceramics", "Wood" (marvelous wood creations, including masks and furniture as well as the famous wood carvers from Oaxaca, who create whimsical, colorful animals that defy conventional conceptions). "Metal": The loveliest door
Mexican Country Style
It has become difficult to tell the real from the ersatz - and especially when it comes to antique furniture, and in the colonial style. Amazing inventory of furniture, accessories, and hints for discovering provenance. Beautifully photographed with a pallete of colors that invite you to decorate a small space or an entire home. Mexican Country Style - southwestern/south of the border interior design, furnishings and accessories.  Must-read if considering furnishing and decorating their homes in the Mexican style.


The New Hacienda
beautiful follow-up to Mexican Country Style. The New Hacienda is a beautiful and inspiring book for anyone who loves Mexico's art, design, and hacienda-style culture. From traditional architectural elements to colonial antiques - ideas and inspiration in creating a hacienda-style home of their own.


 
Fun with Southwest Indian Stencils
For youngsters as well as craftworkers looking for new ideas: 6 pre-cut stencil patterns - use on fabrics, pottery and basketware - Pueblo lizard and bird motifs, designs of the Navajo and Hopi tribes, more.
Native American Quilting Designs
Inspiring designs of Native American cultures. These patterns can be found on pottery and rugs,  used in beading, jewelry, and other crafts and are perfect for quilting motifs - small designs, designs for specific shapes, border designs, and whole-cloth designs. Patterns presented as a series of elements - can be combined with others to produce new designs, such as adding a pima basket motif to a northwest coast drum design for a totally new composition. Also continuous line patterns  geometrics, animals, florals, and abstracts.


The Desert Home
Western art and architecture idea book featuring upscale southwest homes. The three cultures, Native-American, Spanish, and Anglo-American, which have contributed to the Southwest are found in the homes as art, rugs, artifacts, paintings, crafts, even dishware. We learn that while America's three hot deserts - the Chihuahuan, the Sonoran, and the Mojave have many unifying characteristics, they are quite different in geologic formations, animals, plants, and history. Our largest desert, the Chihuahuan, spans 200,000 square miles, primarily in Mexico,


Santa Fe Houses
Santa Fe Houses draws inspiration from the four traditional Native American elements—fire, earth, water, and air—and shows how they can be used to wonderful effect in kitchens and dining rooms, entry-ways and living rooms, bedrooms, bathrooms, porches, and patios. Along the way, Mather showcases furniture, rugs, lighting, hardware, tiles, shutters, and other expressions of the Santa Fe look, and ends with a comprehensive directory of sources.



Encyclopedia of Native American Tribes
Learn what the different native american tribes called themselves, their sacred rites, their style of warfare- even what the tribes are doing today. facts for more than two hundred Native American tribes in North America, including prehistoric peoples on the North American continent as well as all of the identifiable Native American civilizations on the continent. Gives you all the basics about tribal, ethnic and cultural differences, customs and habits.

 
Mexican Tiles: Color, Style, Design
vibrant tiles that are such a key element in Mexican style and design. Bring a festive new look to any home or garden with the ideas in Mexican Tiles. The many ways tiles are used for function and decoration, adding color and interest to everyday surroundings. Inspirational examples of classic and contemporary tile work, from colonial-era church facades ornately covered with talavera tiles to vividly detailed modern treatments of bathrooms and kitchens.


Mexican Textiles
Whether it’s a hand-woven sarape, a festive square of oilcloth, or a delicate trimming of lace, Mexican textiles reflect passionate appreciation for color, pattern, and design. Photographer and Mexican art aficionado Masako Takahashi visits artisan workshops, weaving centers, lace makers, and rug manufacturers for an inside view of how traditional fabrics are designed, dyed, woven, and finished. Takahashi also takes her camera into scores of unique homes to show how new and antique woven treasures are used to advantage in modern decor. Creative ideas, and including a resource section listing the major textile markets and vendors throughout Mexico. Mexican Textiles is an indispensable resource book for appreciating and collecting artfully crafted Mexican fabrics.

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Santa Fe Hand-Painted Striped Stoneware Dinnerware - 16-piece Santa Fe Hand-Painted Striped Stoneware Dinnerware lets color live in style that's unique and creative. This matching set with green, blue, red, and yellow stripes will liven up your kitchen countertop and dinning table with a touch of southwestern flair at a great value. Complete the Santa Fe collection with matching flatware, canisters and much more
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Artfully cut from rusted steel with floated, dimensional layers painted in red, turquoise, silver and gold, the handcrafted Spirit Woman Wall Art brings feminine spirit to your wall.
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