I chose the images I did because the more I looked, the more I was drawn in by the eclectic patterns and the ornate detail found in their decoration. Patterned tiled floors, vibrant colours, detailing on their staircases, ornate pottery, big oversized wooden furniture mixed in with wicker chairs. When I am coming up with inspiration for decorating I can never quite decide on what I want and the style of Seville seems to fit with my indecisiveness and also my love of mixing different patterns that sit in harmony with one another. I have never seen anything quite so beautiful as the sun streaming in through the patterns creating new shadows and lights that illuminate a space to a new level.
The image below of the The Metropol Parasol in Seville, Spain, by Jurgen Mayer H. Architects is a fantastic inspiration. This sculptural wooden structure is so intricate to me in its detail and yet it still feels modern and not out of place in the skyline of Seville, still capturing the attention to detail seen across the city.
|The Metropol Parasol in Seville, Spain, by Jurgen Mayer H. Architects|
|Courtyard of Alcazar in Seville|
EME Catedral Hotel, Seville