Last spring, Mallorca’s Grupo Cappucino opened the doors of their first hotel in Palma’s historic Plaça de Cort. Juan Picornell, the successful entrepreneur behind the group, enlisted Jacques Grange to decorate the 19th-century building.
In true Grange style, Hotel Mamá boasts the designer’s bold vision, resulting in interiors that are elegant, timeless, and very liveable.
The fresh take on classics, its richly layered look and all the handcrafted details throughout make this hotel a treat for any interior lover.
Aitana’s Suite – my favourite!
Deluxe Junior Suite
Cappuccino Grand Café
The private cinema
Among other services, the HOTEL MAMA offers a sumptuous spa, rooftop pool, gym, the Cappucino Grand Café, a Japanese restaurant and a cinema (whose idea comes from Palazzo Margherita, the hotel that Grange designed for the scriptwriter and director Francis Ford Coppola in Italy) in which “the best films” will be screened.
“It adjusts your internal mood right away,” Grange observes of Hotel Mamá’s infectious effervescence. “It’s all about happiness—‘We feel cozy, we feel charming, we feel poetic.’ It’s magique, no?”
Plaza de Cort, Palma de Mallorca, Balearic Islands
+34 871 037 437 firstname.lastname@example.org
Images: Hotel Mamá and Booking.com
If you follow me on Instagram you probably know by now that on the 20th of June ‘The Wicklewood Design Collective Pop Up Store’ opened its doors.
Caroline and Rosie, Wicklewood founders
The Wicklewood Design Collective: Sophie Conran, Caroline, Rosie, Rococo and myself.
Tom St Aubyn photography
Designed in partnership with interior designer Rococo Davis, the shop features Wicklewood’s very desirable cushions, rugs and home decor accents alongside a selection of original homeware including selected bed linen and glassware by Sophie Conran, and vintage pieces sourced by Rococo. I felt really honoured to be part of this fabulous space by bringing a curated selection of handpainted Spanish Ceramics.
Even though there is still one last day left until the store closes, I would like to thank in this post to all of my friends, designers, followers and wonderful people who came by the store and have been supporting us incredibly since the very first minute. A special thank you to Wicklewood brilliant founders, Caroline and Rosie, for all the hard work behind the scenes and for counting on me for this beautiful project.
With Caroline and Rosie.
Rococo and her daughter…it doesn’t get any cuter than this.
Salvesen Graham x Jennifer Manners: Celebrated interior design studio Salvesen Graham and renowned bespoke rug designer Jennifer Manners have brought their creative minds and technical expertise together to design a flatwoven rug with a twist. SCALLOP takes a classic double-border format and adds a little flourish: the crescent detail. The result is a sophisticated piece with a playful edge (quite literally), that perfectly marries Salvesen Graham’s fresh take on timeless interiors and Jennifer Manners elegant aesthetic.
Cutter Brooks and Co – Amanda Brook’s new store in Gloucestershire is filled with beauty in every corner; home decor, fashion and gifts inspired by country living. The new must-visit address in the idyllic Cotswolds.
Amanda’s new book, Farm from Home
Molly Mahon’s Jaipur collection: Launching in September, the Jaipur collection encapsulates Molly’s Anglo Indian influences. Combining rich and unique colours created in the dying vats in Jaipur with her quintessentially British designs, the collection is a fest of considered colour, pattern and intricate craftsmanship.
Marigold, Luna, Oak, Pattee and Rose are hand block printed linens that have been carefully designed to work beautifully together.
Molly Mahon with the collection
Luna and Marigold
Oak natural linen green
Pattee and Marigold
Land of Belle’s Summer Pop Up: Annabelle Moehlmann has carefully curated a collection of special home accessories that will make the perfect summer wedding presents, hostess gifts, and excellent additions to your own abode. June 13-24 , 171 Elizabeth Street, Open daily – 10 am – 7 pm.