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mexican table decor
    mexican
  • (mexico) a republic in southern North America; became independent from Spain in 1810
  • of or relating to Mexico or its inhabitants; "Mexican food is hot"
  • a native or inhabitant of Mexico
    table
  • Postpone consideration of
  • a set of data arranged in rows and columns; "see table 1"
  • Present formally for discussion or consideration at a meeting
  • postpone: hold back to a later time; "let's postpone the exam"
  • a piece of furniture having a smooth flat top that is usually supported by one or more vertical legs; "it was a sturdy table"
    decor
  • The furnishing and decoration of a room
  • interior decoration: decoration consisting of the layout and furnishings of a livable interior
  • Interior design is a multi-faceted profession in which creative and technical solutions are applied within a structure to achieve a built interior environment.
  • The style of decoration of a room, building
  • The decoration and scenery of a stage
mexican table decor - CHILI PEPPER
CHILI PEPPER Paper Towel Holder / Stand *NEW*!
CHILI PEPPER Paper Towel Holder / Stand *NEW*!
Take a look at this BRAND NEW Chili Pepper 3-Dimensional Paper Towel Holder. This beautiful piece has been designed in a 3-dimensional form and matches our chili pepper decor line. It really is a beautiful piece with plenty of detail, vibrant colors, and a gorgeous design! The holder (made of wood) stands approx. 15" tall with the base measuring approx. 7" in diameter. The top of the stand that secures a paper towel roll is made of a high quality hand painted ceramic with a very fine gloss finish coating it. On the base there is a matching poly resin piece to secure the paper towels in place and can also be used for tearing. This would make a wonderful addition to any collection, or this would make a great gift for any collector. Don't forget to take a look at our other chili pepper items of this same design set and other styles. Thanks for looking =)

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The EL CAMINO Restaurant, South Park, Cali
The EL CAMINO Restaurant, South Park, Cali
I visited the El Camino in South Park saturday night. Though I was enthralled with the decor and the overall multi-media ambiance, what I didn't like was the NOISE. It was LOUD from reverb, sounds of inaudible voices bouncing off of walls and ceiling that certainly needed some padding. I could barely hear my friend speak, and we were sitting next to each other at the bar. Another thing that ERKED me to no end was the one hour wait for a table for TWO! That's right? why go? Why not just go to El Cuervo where the food is actually better, and cheaper, and quick, and REALISTICALLY mexican cause the cooks are straight from Sinaloa, Mexico. That's right. The Shiz. I do think the $5 bowl of black bean soup was delicious and lovely all at the same time. Full of flavor. lick your lips good. it was good. I would pay $5 for it again, if for instance there wasn't a one hour wait and I didn't have drunk P.B. type wanna-be hipsters hanging out and pocking my back with their fucking purses. I would certainly most consume this sopa again. La Salsa was extremely entertaining, though small portions, you got four flavors without even asking: Hot, Super Hot, Mayonaise Hot and Salsa Verde. It was all good, and being a hot salsa fan myself, I was accepting of their plankboard of salsa to make up for the bitches from P.B. With that said, if you simply want to be entertained by really nice decor and a multi-media wall of MARY herself with rotating rays of heaven delight, then this is your spot. If you like noise and bitchy-bitches and pousers, then this is your place. It would be nice if in a year when all the hoopla settles and the normal people from South Park can visit their neighborhood restaurants, then this will be the place to go for that $5 bowl of Black Bean Soup and a plate TJ Tacos to split with your friend. p.s. they don't take reservations save for parties 10 or more. and there you go! located at Juniper and 30th in South Park, San Diego, California.
The EL CAMINO Restaurant, South Park, Cali
The EL CAMINO Restaurant, South Park, Cali
I visited the El Camino in South Park saturday night. Though I was enthralled with the decor and the overall multi-media ambiance, what I didn't like was the NOISE. It was LOUD from reverb, sounds of inaudible voices bouncing off of walls and ceiling that certainly needed some padding. I could barely hear my friend speak, and we were sitting next to each other at the bar. Another thing that ERKED me to no end was the one hour wait for a table for TWO! That's right? why go? Why not just go to El Cuervo where the food is actually better, and cheaper, and quick, and REALISTICALLY mexican cause the cooks are straight from Sinaloa, Mexico. That's right. The Shiz. I do think the $5 bowl of black bean soup was delicious and lovely all at the same time. Full of flavor. lick your lips good. it was good. I would pay $5 for it again, if for instance there wasn't a one hour wait and I didn't have drunk P.B. type wanna-be hipsters hanging out and poking my back with their fucking purses. I would certainly most consume this sopa again. La Salsa was extremely entertaining, though small portions, you got four flavors without even asking: Hot, Super Hot, Mayonaise Hot and Salsa Verde. It was all good, and being a hot salsa fan myself, I was accepting of their plankboard of salsa to make up for the bitches from P.B. With that said, if you simply want to be entertained by really nice decor and a multi-media wall of MARY herself with rotating rays of heaven delight, then this is your spot. If you like noise and bitchy-bitches and pousers, then this is your place. It would be nice if in a year when all the hoopla settles and the normal people from South Park can visit their neighborhood restaurants, then this will be the place to go for that $5 bowl of Black Bean Soup and a plate TJ Tacos to split with your friend. p.s. they don't take reservations save for parties 10 or more. and there you go! located at Juniper and 30th in South Park, San Diego, California.

mexican table decor
mexican table decor
Rustic Wooden Dough Bowl-Batea
Hand hewned, these rustic wooden dough boards(bateas) are solid and great looking. Measure about 10-12" wide x 20-22" long.The sizes will vary slightly.These dough bowls are great decorating pieces atop a kitchen island with fresh fruit, on a bathroom counter with hand towels or simply filled with your favorite scented candles..The patina we achieve on the them is beautiful. If you really want to stand out, order the small sugarmold stand, set it on its side and now you have a stand for these rustic batea doughbowls.

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