Mazatlán Beach Living Rooms Open To Ocean
Furnished in Mexican Art and Antiques
The living rooms of this oceanfront condos face a twelve foot window on the ocean and is furnished in wicker and antiques and accessorized like the entire house in Mexican folk craft obtained throughout Mexico. These traditional living rooms are off the kitchen and face and open to the large beautiful ocean patio. The ocean becomes part of the interior of the living rooms when the large sliding doors are open. One may sit on the sofa and have the waves crash only a few yards from your feet. The only experience comparable is sitting in the salon of a yaght out at sea. All walls are done in a washed yellow, with a blue hand rubbed base and terra-cotta strip. Many of the walls are covered in decorative masks and other Mexican art work.
The floors are done in Mexican ties with hand painted Talavera tile inserts. The majority of the furniture is hand carved by superb craftsmen from Talaquepaque outside of Guadalajara. Living Rooms all have flat screen TV’s with a large selection of cable channels. In hand carved cabinets, one will find an assortment of books, games, DVD’s and even children’s toys. Some rooms have the old rockers from Concordia (don’t forget to check out this small town); some have craftsman high chairs from the same city. In one unit, you will find the use of large Mexican arches, connecting the rooms instead of solid walls. One arch opens to a beautiful bar done in old Talaquepaque hand-made tile and the other arch opens to a master bed. Note that because of bar, this unit has only one bath.