The interior is done by Malou ter Horst, owner of "Groene Kabinet" in The Netherlands. On this page you can read about her design for Zalamera BnB. If you would like to know more about her work, don't hesitate to contact her via her website. She will be more than happy to help you with your questions.
" The identity and interior are inspired by the art and architecture between the late 1800 / 1920's when the neighborhood was built. Zalamera now is a cool, fresh and modern space with an Art Deco hint of spanish flair. For the rooms I designed cabinets and a shelf system for the head ends of the beds. They were manufactured in Spain.
I roamed antique shops and markets throughout the Netherlands and Belgium to find objects that reflect the building's history and add it's character to the modern interior. The graphic lines inside continue onto the terrace in the cushions and fences. The plant stands, and Acapulco wire chairs contrast the warm green of the walls.
I planted Jasmine and Passionflowers to fill the air with summer. The bouganvillea will soon cover the balustrade of the private terraces downstairs. The penthouse terrace has a hammock, a baby orange tree and a honeysuckle to spread their perfumes in the warm evening breeze.
Hand in hand with the interior, went the design of the logo and stationary. I like to extend a concept into every little corner of a building. So details entertain the ones who have the eyes for them on their way up to their room, or on their way down into the roaring city... "