A derelict hacienda in Mexico

Posted on Sun, 12 Aug 2018 by KiM

Built in 1830 in the Mexican town of Xucu, Yucatán, this somewhat derelict structure became abandoned in the 1970s and was brought back to life by French designer Emmanuel Picault. Becoming one with the surrounded landscape, it has a story to tell and a new lifetime of memories to make. Via MilK Decoration, photos by Michael DePasquale + Martina Maffini

Melanie D Millar says:

talk about patina!. And how bout that crazy victorian wicker! Gorgeous

Shelley says:

Thank you for featuring the most amazing homes. My first thought was Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Those are exquisite surroundings.

Dakwerken says:

Wow. It is really beautiful. Thanks for sharing the pictures.

Fantastic atmosphere – Love it !

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