This casita, located in Santa Fe, New Mexico, aims to keep residents and guests cozy and comfortable. The living room has a handsome fireplace at its center. For seating, a beige sofa and leather armchair do the job nicely. Lighting comes from two floor lamps.
With red as the accent color, this neutral industrial restaurant receives a bright, welcoming look. Wall-mounted woven baskets nod to the deep-rooted Native American culture in Madrid, New Mexico, where the restaurant is located. Industrial wall-mounted lighting was inspired by the city's coal mining history.
This home, as seen on HGTV's House Hunters, is nestled on ten acres in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, in Santa Fe, New Mexico. It is constructed entirely of adobe with traditional New Mexican elements, such as a wood-burning fireplace and hand-painted tiles. The unique blue dome also features a skylight and is a wonderful retreat for quiet meditation.
This incredible contemporary glass dwelling, created by New York architect Toshiko Mori, is a rectangular structure elevated on pilings to capture water views of both the Gulf of Mexico and Little Sarasota Bay.
Amy’s French vintage pantry, maybe the most functional space of all, is truly a dream. It’s filled with vintage copper (Amy’s been collecting for years!) sourced mostly from France. Some of the newer pieces are from Sertodo Copper, a coppersmith based in Mexico that Amy loves. Cheeseboards, cake stands (of course) and tea kettles are stacked throughout this inspiring space. We’re ready for brie and wine now!