Thursday, March 18, 2010

french.lighting.mexico



maison couturier in veracruz, mexico is just the kind of destination i get stuck in my head, and it stays stuck until i see it in person. i love that this feels like south of france, yet is in the middle of mexico.

this referbished agricultural estate was originally built by french immigrants in 1833 and it seems as though they maintained that gentle and simple touch that only comes from the french.

i am so drawn to the lighting and the height of this great lighting. i can only imagine the glow at dusk.

it seems like next years vacation may have some legs already.

6 comments:

coast said...

Oh my! I have always wanted to go here on a vacation. I read about it a few months back on a blog (The Selby maybe?) It looks like such a stunning place! I love the black wall, the natural wood and bedding and that wonderful green light fixture.I so want to go.

Coast

SogniSorrisi said...

Looks like a lovely place!

Jessica said...

Those light fixtures are calling my name! Love them...

brock street said...

hey coast-i'll meet you there next feb. i love that black wall too....

jessica- you might have to arm wrestle me for those light fixtures.

Jessica said...
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Jessica said...

I had to delete my last post... misspelled one word and it was driving me crazy (so silly). Let's try again, but different this time (ditto posts just don't seem to have the same impact).
Brock...you name the time & place and we're on! :)