Mexican Hacienda




Photo Courtesy of Suncabo.com

 

Set between the Sea of Cortez and the Baja Desert in San José del Cabo, Mexico, this 15,000-square-foot luxury beach house is a meditation on simplicity. Jules Wilson Design Studio collaborated with the homeowner to create a space for relaxation and socializing while maximizing indoor/outdoor living spaces.

 

1 | Area Rug

Fibreworks

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2 | Latin Chairs

Christian Liaigre

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3 | Custom Pouf Ottomans

Ultimate Furniture Design

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4 | Dedon Lounge Sofa

Janus et Cie 

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5 | Custom Sofa

Ultimate Furniture Design

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6 | Side Table

Basile Studio

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Photo by Jenny Siegwart

“The homeowner wanted to gather a large group of guests in one room, and we made that happen by providing ample plush seating complete with ocean views. In a setting like this, it’s only natural to be inspired by the land and sea. We took the indigenous palette of our site as an inspiration point in the selection of natural materials such as limestone, woods, leathers, and linens, and from there we embraced the strong blues of the ocean and sky through the art and accessories.”

-Jules Wilson, Principal, Jules Wilson Design Studio, juleswilsondesign.com

 

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