Cuban Style

Bring a little Havana home.

The recent make-up between the U.S. and Cuba has increased intrigue with all things from the largest island in the Caribbean. With a profound history including Spanish, French, African and Arabic cultural influences, the place oozes with an exciting mix of global influence, all with the ease of a sea breeze.


 Bring Havana Home

Intrigued by the romance? Here’s some inspiration to add some Cuban style to your space.
Sura Dining Table: Anthropologie
Photo: One Kings Lane
Fawn Galli’s Home | Photo: Laura Resin | Domino
Designer: Benjamin Fabbri | Lonny
Ruiz/Aquiles home in Havana | Photo: Stefan Ruiz | tmagazine

One of Cuba’s most famous residents Ernest Hemingway had a distinctive style in so many ways including Finca Vigia, his home outside of Havana. Designed by Spanish architect Miguel Pascual y Baguer and built in 1886, it was purchased by Hemingway in 1940 for $12,500. Now a museum, it shows an interesting rif on Out of Africa and Spanish Colonial flare. Taxidermy fans take note.

Ernest Hemingway’s library at Finca Vigia. Photo: Eric Kiel| Garden & Gun
Riviera Collection | Serena & Lilly

2 Comments

  • Love how fresh and tranquil all of these look! Perfect for sipping a mojito and listening to the AfroCubanismo playlist on Songza!

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