Kara Mann Does Laid Back Luxury in Mexico

September 29, 2008 Designers We Love
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The current issue of Western Interiors features a gorgeous Mexican beach house that was decorated by Chicago based designer Kara Mann. Above is the living room which epitomizes the phrase casual elegance. I'm especially loving the custom pillow done in Donghia's suzani printed fabric. The beautiful house is located in San Jose del Cabo and features a neutral color palette infused with vibrant pops of color and eye catching ethnic textiles. In total there are 10 pages of photos devoted to this space in the magazine. You will die when you see the incredible ocean views! Definitely worth picking up a copy. This one's already filed away in my book of tear sheets…inspiration for my future beach house!
Photo by Matthew Millman

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simplygrove

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Gorgeous!! I love the chair by the fireplace:)

Marin

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I LOVE this room! The clean lines and colors really make it beautiful.

Marin

Brian Stephens

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Really nice design style, looks great.

cassandra

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love this room. i really must start getting western interiors again! they feature some gorgeous homes.

carolina.design@sbcglobal.net

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I think Kara Mann is a genius! I want to live here.

Willow Decor

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I love the texture! Lovely!

Tiffany

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Very nice room

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They look gorgeous, the designs, the colors, they are inspiring.

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Ok im planning my honeymoon and im thinking Los Cocos the dreams.. But not completly sold yet anyone else have any opinons even nicer destinations in Mexico than Los Cobos.. I want really romantic, fun and luxuries.. This my first vacation anywhere

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You will die when you see the incredible ocean views! Definitely worth picking up a copy.

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The beautiful house is located in San Jose del Cabo and features a neutral color palette infused with vibrant pops of color and eye catching ethnic textiles. In total there are 10 pages of photos devoted to this space in the magazine.

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