Cuba has been trending for over a year now since the US have lightened its travel and trade restrictions for the first time in 50 years. It's all about Cuba now and the world is loving everything "Cubano" from fashion to gastronomy, culture and interior design altogether.
Its capital, Havana was once called "the Paris of the Caribbean" thanks to its cosmopolitan vibe and elegant atmosphere. The unique blend of mid-century luxury, Caribbean elements and tropical hues is what makes Cuban interior design stand out and captivates every traveler with its charm and character.
The fun, colorful Cuban-inspired deco is perfect to amp up any space and make you dream of marveling around the exotic Havana inside a vintage Buick.
Authentic Cuban interior look like frozen in time, somewhere around the 50's with many Caribbean details and Afro-Latin influences. Vintage furniture, bright colors, romantic and playful styles – can you think of anything better for your house decoration? It's #goals!
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Mesmerising motifs in all shapes and forms; add a fun tile pattern and you'll see your space as playful as ever.
TROPICAL AND BEACH VIBES
Cuba is an exotic, Caribbean nation and as such, its interior design includes banana leaves, exotic birds, palm trees and cacti – can you think of anything better than your living room looking like a beach house?
Turquoise, fire red, fuchsia, orange, emerald green; the brighter, the better! Minimalism in colors is nowhere near the Cuban-inspired deco.
50's LUXURY & VINTAGE DETAILS
Of all the elements of Cuban decor, the vintage 50's furniture is the most recognisable. Aged sofas, chairs and beds, retro vibes and cute mid-century patterns. Luxury at its finest!
Latin, Mexican and African details all-in-one is what makes Cuba so unique. Colors, motifs, stained glass – it's boho, it's laid-back and it's feisty, what more could you ask?
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