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Trending on Remodelista: Postcards From Mexico

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Trending on Remodelista: Postcards From Mexico

May 11, 2024

Remodelista editors armchair-traveled to Mexico this week to seek out design inspiration–and they found it in abundance.

The Mexico City apartment/showroom of designer Laura Aviva. Photograph courtesy of L’Aviva Home, from The Artisanal Apartment: Laura Aviva Creates a Mexico City Showcase for Her Design Collection.
Above: The Mexico City apartment/showroom of designer Laura Aviva. Photograph courtesy of L’Aviva Home, from The Artisanal Apartment: Laura Aviva Creates a Mexico City Showcase for Her Design Collection.
A charming bedroom at Maison Couturier, a \19th-century estate turned hotel in San Rafael, Veracruz. Photograph courtesy of Maison Couturier, from Steal This Look: A Bedroom in Natural Materials in Veracruz, Mexico.
Above: A charming bedroom at Maison Couturier, a 19th-century estate turned hotel in San Rafael, Veracruz. Photograph courtesy of Maison Couturier, from Steal This Look: A Bedroom in Natural Materials in Veracruz, Mexico.
An appealing, back-to-basics hotel in Puerto Escondido. Photograpy by Andrea David courtesy of Grupo Habita, from Hotel Terrestre: A Solar Powered, Open-Air Hotel in Puerto Escondido.
Above: An appealing, back-to-basics hotel in Puerto Escondido. Photograpy by Andrea David courtesy of Grupo Habita, from Hotel Terrestre: A Solar Powered, Open-Air Hotel in Puerto Escondido.

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