In response to my posts Ode to Seville and Antique tiles from Seville, some readers have asked how I display my collection of tiles. One tile is framed as part of the "Spanish wall" in our hallway. The wall includes a mirror from Jordan (left), a tourist bullfight poster and a 1946 poster celebrating the Feria or traditional Easter week festivities. Also framed are two 19th-century lithographs from Seville and Madrid, as well as two art pieces painted by my daughter (far right).
These tiles are framed and hung on a narrow wall in the hallway of our Paris apartment (photo below). The 16th-century tile featured in Ode to Seville is displayed on a small table in the foyer. The wall behind the table features a collection of Spanish hand-hammered silver and wooden crosses, Italian church ornaments and Mexican milagros.