Thursday, May 5, 2011

Timeless In Mexico

Taking a little trip way back to the 19th century. This is a sweet old hotel in Veracruz, Mexico called Maison Couturier. Classic and timeless architecture built by French immigrants. They have done an amazing job preserving this historical gem and keeping that original spirit alive.

Wood ceilings, plaster walls and oversized brick floors. Check the old school rotary phone. Vintage. And you know that's original. I like the little accent with the black headboard wall and the green hanging reading lamp.

A cool view of the thickness and rustic vibe of the brick floor.

And finally a killer black bath. Classic. Proof that the brick pattern (or subway) tile just never seems to go out of style. You can also check this out over at my usual Thursday guest home, Fred Flare.

photos via Design Hotels

1 comment:

  1. Love the nod to Mexico on Cinco de Mayo! Wish I was there right now!!! Cheers...xo


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