As I write this I’m approaching week eight of home quarantine. Whew! Yesterday, a notification on my iPhone alerted me to the fact it’s been exactly two years since my last visit to Barcelona. Naturally I took this as an invitation to procrastinate for an hour looking through pictures of my visit, which in turn led to an hour dreaming of a post-quarantine visit to Little Beach House Barcelona. I figured it was only fair of me to bring you guys on a tour of this beautiful hotel, too. Let’s get to it!
The bedrooms tell a story of layered rustic yet refined style. Each features custom-designed rugs, lamps made by a Barcelona ceramist and tapestry wall hangings by artist Maryanne Moodie. I love how the design is clearly there to be touched and felt — a sensory experience, for sure.
Gagging over that view — can you even?! I love the contrast between the white contemporary tub with the tactility of the tile and terracotta.
Shaded places to sit and relax I love the faded use of sun-soaked colors
The whole hotel leans into that indoor/outdoor vibe that works so well in its Mediterranean locale. The curved steel staircase is a nice industrial touch amongst the other organic elements. Also, If I’m honest, I’m kinda over terrazzo but I’ll be the first to admit that it looks really, really good here.
“Timeworn wooden furniture, rattan pendants, rope accents, block print textiles, generous greenery and idiosyncratic art create a layered space with an organic boho vibe.”
Told ya! It’s gorgeous, right? Meet you there once we’re all free to roam the world again. Until then, be well, friends!