Here at hotel Endemico is where I would have wanted to spend my Friday. It is located in the village of Valle De Guadalupe in Mexico which is known for its wineries. For you who might be familiar of Mexico know that it is not far at all from the San Ysidro border. The exterior of the huts, its privacy and the location in the valley feels serene. The designers behind it are Gracia Studio and they worked together with local craftsmen to create a relationship between the applied materials and what can be found in the surrounding nature.
In the interior of the huts white bedlinen and white walls gives it a contemporary aura. Even with these added elements one can spot that the designers used similar textures and materials to bring together the outside, with the inside. A clever move as it will only create the illusion of more space while sitting inside. The glass windows and the big door opening are of course also helping. Defining vertical lines on the wall emphasizes the height of the ceiling and distracts the visitor from the room actually being pretty narrow.
Credit: Hotel Endemico
The delightful view, fine wine, interior and the oh so fine exterior together creates a cohesive experience, which will only help to create that balance for well-being after a busy week. Fancy to indulge some more in this hotel, go over to our San Diego friends of Life And Food blog who had the luxury to visit this serene hotel. Or head over to Hotel Endemico’s website to see more descriptions of what to be expected upon your arrival.
Ex Design Consultant. Design Curator. Online Creative. Curios minded. Love living and sharing a creative life through -The Interiors, The People, The Art, The Architecture & The Places. Design to me is about creating a story – it is about understanding what matters and how to create something unique which speaks your personal story.