A kitchen is a special place, an area that can bring people together so memories can be made. We know how important it is to create just the right space.
A Spanish style kitchen can be a beautiful thing. Spanish architecture and designs can be used to bring life to your kitchen. From those classic vibrant colors, to intricate wood carvings, the range of possibilities is endless. A signature of Spanish design is its welcoming effect.
Below, you will find more than 17 Spanish style kitchens to choose from. You will see how they incorporate the best of the European style. Whether it is a traditional design or a more contemporary one. Take your time and see if you find some ideas for your next kitchen design.
Vaulted Wood Ceiling in a Spanish Colonial Kitchen
Exposed wood beams and vaulted ceilings are both hallmarks of the Spanish Colonial style. This kitchen by Sims Luxury Builders combines the two to create a dramatic impact. Stylish tile counters are another classic Spanish feature. Here the countertops are covered with beautiful indigo tiles.
Authentic Spanish Kitchen With Warm Energy
We have a thing for colorful kitchens. Also, this example in a Spanish colonial home in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, does not disappoint. The space spotted on VRBO features locally sourced tiles that add both beauty and function to the cooking space. Take a good look at the floor — terra-cotta tiles enhances the kitchen’s boho Mediterranean vibe. We adore the buttery yellow walls that radiants a rustic softness that warms the soul.
Bright and Cheerful Spanish Inspired Kitchen
Arched doorways are standard features. Hence, found in Spanish Colonial-inspired homes. Here the entryway was the inspiration for this modern kitchen by Lucie Ayres, the interior designer behind 22 Interiors. Ayres took a fresh and colorful approach to the Spanish style kitchen. The bright hues make the small cooking space feel open and happy. The backsplash made up of handmade tile is a nod to traditional Moroccan design. Hence, which was one of the influences of the classic Spanish aesthetic. The black and white cement floor tiles ground the bright colors. Hence, while giving the cooking space an extra layer of visual texture.
How to Master Casual Elegance in Your Kitchen
Sarah Blank Design Studio created this stunning Spanish revival kitchen. The arched windows add a huge wow factor. Note how they punctuate the back wall while framing a beautiful view. Casual elegance is often an essential ingredient for these types of kitchen that is not so easy to master. Here it is done to perfection with lovely mismatched wood furniture. Additional wood accents from the beans on the ceiling. Hence, to the trim around the oven hood seal the deal on the cooking space’s rustic appeal.
Consider Adding Decorative Accents Made of Wrought-Iron
Wrought-iron work like the light fixture shown here is a common decorative feature in Spanish style kitchens. Sims Luxury Builders offsets the piece with muted hand-painted tiles and dark-stained cabinetry.
Mediterranean Kitchen Packed With One-of-a-Kind Features
This traditional Mediterranean kitchen by Sarah Barnard Design is brimming with custom features. The dark wood cabinetry has hand-carved oak and acorn leaf detailing. The backsplash, which may be the crowning jewel in this space. Hence, is one of a kind embossed concrete made to look like luxurious Spanish tile. The aged natural stone flooring has a beautiful patina that enhances the room’s Old World appeal. Delicate details can really pull a sophisticated room together. Here it comes in the form of a handmade silk roman shade.
Modern Mediterranean-Inspired Kitchen
Color and pattern play considerable roles in this Mediterranean-inspired kitchen designed by Siren Betty Design. The cooking space puts a modern twist on classic European heritage. The checkerboard floor is a nod to European cafes. The yellow and teal colors are from the Mediterranean style. Clean white walls keep the space modern amid all the traditionally inspired details.