When in Yucatán

It's been a tough week amigos. Getting back into the groove after a dream vacation is HARD! Why don't we have someone to serve us huevos rancheros and margaritas every morning in real life!? And si señora, the two go together wonderfully whilst overlooking the white sandy beach through tall palms waving at us in the breeze. After battling the severe depression that comes with returning through JFK customs into the November overcast and sea of wintery black coats (too soon people!), I sat down to compile all the inspiration from the beautiful Yucatán and realized I didn't take nearly enough photos. 

 terracotta tiles | mexican blanket | equipale chair

Naturally, there was something to be inspired by everywhere we looked. I love how coconuts are utilized in every way possible- for landscaping barriers, as plants once germinated, in the sand, as drinks, etc. Equipale furniture (the iconic, authentic, historical, hand-crafted tables and chairs made of pig skin and cactus fibers that last forever) only look better with age. And the cacti! So many varieties. The patterns and color (in this case, of Mayan descent) in the tile and textiles are just lovely. Everything is so colorful and pretty, I cry and Kyle looks at me funny.

P.S. The two framed photos above are from our trip. It's always a great idea to bring along a nice camera so you can have good quality prints. Hashtag hindsight.