Loma 75 is a property located in Palmilla, one of the most exclusive areas of San Jose del Cabo, Mexico. The house was acquired by a family with very special interests, made up of a mother born in Dorchester – a city in the south of England in the county of Dorset – who, falling in love with her husband, of Mexican nationality, and knowing Mexico, decides, along with him acquire a house in the south Baja California peninsula and start a family.
Recently they decided to adapt one of the rooms in the house as “Cigar Room” in order that the father could exhibit his multiple trophies and the mother could remember the place where she lived most of her life. The space is also adapted to spend time with their two children, who have a great interest in their mother’s culture and enjoy listening to their father’s hunting stories. Both friends and family are invited to spend time in this comfortable place, so the hosts feel interested in continuing to collect new memories in that room to present them in a sophisticated manner and with adequate decoration to maximize the interests of the family…
When you open the intriguing red entrance door to the room, it immediately transports you to a classic British residence and welcomes you with its equestrian inspiration. As you cross through warm Scottish wool curtains, you come across to Xuan wallpaper which was hand painted in coral tones with the design of “L’Eden” by the renowned British house of Gournay, with a dominanting lion that transports you immediately to the exotic safari where he was captured.
The design alludes to the scene of creation in which flora and fauna of a jungle resemble the natural habitat, of the rest of the animals placed in detail by the rest of the room.
The rest of the wallpaper designs are born of elegant dark green moldings that give the sensation of harmony and balance and as a complement, 4 individual armchairs upholstered with a wool fabric from WIND(a Belgian brand) were places and which contrasts with the wallpaper giving vitality to different environments, as well as the Atom flying buttresses of the Spanish brand Aromas that were installed on the walls to complement the sophisticated atmosphere that is perceived throughout the room.
Loma 75 plays between the classic and the contemporary in a careful and sophisticated way resulting in a fascinating mix of elegance and traditional English styles that give the house a highly personalized character. This maximalist and eclectic interior design is an aspect that distinguishes every project that Progressive Design Firm produces.