going coqui.
by victoria comment

5/12/15

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Styling Marie Olsson Nylander + Photography Sara Svenningrud for kk living.

hello again. it’s me, back from vacation but with a fuzzy brain and head full of thoughts about my move in two weeks, and of course — decorating! the very best part of moving, cuz let’s face it, the packing part is no fun. no fun at all. i lay awake at night redecorating each room over and over, and as i said in my post yesterday, i was sooooo inspired by coqui coqui in tulum — it’s like the decorating goddesses sent me there just in time to see it all before i moved to los angeles. of course, tulum has got a Caribbean beach vibe going on, but the best bits i saw, like coqui coqui and even restaurants like hartwood and posada margherita had a sophisticated seaside vibe — black against white terra cotta and stonework, with lots of natural canvas and navy/black blue and grey. i took a look around for more inspiration and found a few items to help us get the look. i’m seeing this as a new trend — not betting my house on it, but i’ve got a gut feeling.

going coqui / sfgirlbybay

cut corners mirror from shop terrain.

going coqui / sfgirlbybay

mark roper photography for home life.

going coqui / sfgirlbybay

lonny magazine; round crocheted rug from la casa decoto; gorgeous tile work via mango design; and Macramé Double Hammock from shop terrain.

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coqui coqui room, via lonny magazine. i think schoolhouse electric’s whitney bed (below) could be styled up to get this look.

going coqui / sfgirlbybay

going coqui / sfgirlbybay

arkpad.

going coqui / sfgirlbybay

Vintage Beni Ouarain Handira Moroccan Wedding Rug from la casa decoto; Magical Thinking Net Tassel Duvet Cover from urban outfitters; and All Weather Wicker Open Weave Armchair from shop terrain.

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mokkasin’s home, via design*sponge.

going coqui / sfgirlbybay

Plum & Bow Alia Duvet Cover from urban outfitters.

going coqui / sfgirlbybay

a mix of vintage rattan chairs, via petite passport.

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