The entire interior color palette is also inspiring. White walls are supported by gorgeous wood floors and wood trim, which is then punctuated by a colorful and youthful array of accent colors, a sort of Mid-Century Modern/Southwestern palette: colors of the sunset like reds, oranges and pinks, offset by cool turquoise blues, kelly greens and with a hint of golden yellow. This combination of colors and the way it's applied—sparingly and with purpose—makes the whole interior of the hotel feel at once vintage and authentic, but also hip and modern, too.
An easy way to infuse a little Texas cool into your space is by implementing cool art. Framed vintage movie posters, prints, illustrations and posters are a hallmark of Liz Lambert interiors. By using only a piece or two per room with a lot of white space, you'll create a relaxing feeling just like in the Hotel Havana.
Some more resources from the Hotel Havana: New bedside sconces are from Alexander Marchant. Ceiling lights, bath wall sconces and bath accessories are from Rejuvenation. Gorgeous and colorful refrigerators are from the Italian company Smeg. Penthouse tile is from Anne Sack’s new company, Design and Direct Source. Patio furniture is from Janus et Cie. Bedside alarm clocks radios are from Tivoli Audio.
(Images: Allison V. Smith photography)