Buenos Dias! In celebration of Cinco de Mayo, I thought I would share the serene Mexico retreat of Andrew Fisher and Jeffrey Weisman. Their San Miguel vacation home is exactly the type of place where I would want to spend my Cinco de Mayo and my summers. It is full of pretty Spanish tile, handmade textiles, chic courtyards, and lush landscape. Also, the amount of blue and white in the home is enough to leave your head in a dream.
It has the laid back ambiance you would expect from a vacation home in Mexico, yet it also has an inviting sophistication that takes it a step above. I hope you enjoy these photos which originally appeared in Architectural Digest. Do yourself a favor and have a Margarita, or two, today!
Several split levels in this home and so much space to work with!
Hues of blue and phenomenal texture. A true display of light and fabulous wood beams.
Look at that fixture! A great dining space. That fireplace is perfectly placed.
The fireplaces in the entire home are just exquisite. Again, deep tones of blue and white act as nuetrals.
A sweet a rustically refined kitchen.
The brick ceiling is a great touch.
Not often do you see an oval shaped bathroom. The blue and white tile is so superb in this space. Forget wallpaper!
An elegant and inviting bedroom retreat.
I love all the mix and match of blue and white fabric combined with smart wood finishes.
Very interesting windows. Elements like this add a more modern twist.
Bringing the indoors outside, Fisher and Weisman can use this space to entertain and enjoy the cool San Miguel nights.
I love the use of sconces. This is really just like another room in the house.
A poolside view of the home.
A patio overlooking the town of San Miguel.
A perfect property for summer entertaining and to celebrate Cinco de Mayo.