I'm doing a series on my San Miguel Collection prints and am collaborating with interior stylist Mylene Raspado. I'm hoping to make it easier for you to picture these fine art photographs in your home by giving you two mood boards and color palettes.
The week I'm featuring: La Iglesia. The Spanish conquest brought two major legacies to Mexico: The Spanish language, and Catholicism. There are many Catholic churches in Mexico which are some of the most beautiful buildings I’ve ever seen. This particular church is located in San Miguel de Allende and is one that can be seen from almost anywhere in the city.
For such an iconic picture, this framed print would be a great statement piece for a living room. The green and blue is so vibrant that you want it to be the pop and really draw the eye. Pairing this with neutral accessories will do just that. I love all of these accents to really make this photo a focal point.
You can also draw from the greens in the photo to add more greenery to your room. In the mood board for this bedroom, I love how the deep colors in the photo, are being drawn into other items in the room. I mean that orange bed is everything, and that golden chandelier. Yes and YES! I love how the room has light whites and grays with a few bold pops of color that accent the photo. Mylene, you've done it again both of these mood boards are perfection!
This week only (until Sunday), I'm offering free framing on all orders of the "La Iglesia" print. Let me know if you have any questions about this design mood board, or this specific print. Send me an e-mail or leave a comment below.
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