This suite within a boutique Spanish hotel is possibly the most beautiful example of modern rustic decor that we've ever seen. Designed by London-based studio Kitesgrove, the suite features exposed beams, plaster walls, and beautiful patterned tiles tied together with an earthy color palette - the perfect restful retreat. This rural getaway can be found within the Casa la Siesta - a hotel created by Bert & May founder Lee Thornley - in Andalusia, southern Spain. It features tiles from a recent collaboration between the two interior design brands alongside plenty of organic materials and warm textures. The resulting space is imbued with quiet luxury and Spanish charm. An earthy palette of neutral tones with rich accents of terracotta is in keeping with the Mediterranean setting, while the warm undertones on the walls and floor inject the feel of the Spanish sunshine into the space.
The star appeal of any hotel suite is, of course, the bed - and this one doesn't disappoint. A mattress sits on a low, reclaimed wood base, part of the original hotel’s inventory, immediately introducing the rustic vibe. Reclaimed tiles from Bert & May are used on the floor to ground the neutral color scheme. The geometric design with its earthy pink shade is subtle and delicate but creates an impressive visual statement that we're eager to try ourselves. A wall hanging from Ferm Living also helps to create a cohesive feel by reflecting the different tones used within the room but in the form of a textural artwork. If you love the look of the tapestry, the Vista Blanket in Off White is available from Burke Decor.