Hip hotelier Liz Lambert mixes South American, Moroccan, and midcentury pieces in her canvas frame tent lodgings at El Cosmico in Marfa, Texas. Somehow it all works.
Above: The tents are anchored on wood platforms and are wired for electricity. Photograph from El Cosmico.
Above: Another tent interior with a rainbow duvet and yellow furniture. Photograph from El Cosmico.
Above: The Big Horn Wall Tent is made of marine-grade cotton canvas for $660 at the Army Navy Store. Another option comes from Montana Canvas whose range of Wall Tents are made from 100 percent cotton with an aluminum frame; prices start at $969.99. See the full range at Cabela’s Outfitter Wall Tents.
Above: Modernica’s Case Study V-Leg Bed is $1,495 for a queen size at Y Living.
Above: The Tobacco Leather Butterfly Chair is $399 at CB2.
Above: The Saddle Leather Arm Chair, shown in black leather with a black steel frame, is $2,000 at Garza Marfa.
Above: Room & Board’s Slim Cocktail Table comes in a range of colors for $379.
Above: Garza Marfa’s Saddle Leather Ottomon sits on a powder-coated steel base (shown in yellow); $735 at Garza Marfa.
Above: Hand-dyed and hand-loomed Bolivian Blankets are available from El Cosmico Provision Company for $350 each.
Above: The Aqua Coverlet in garment-dyed quilted canvas is $326 for the queen size from Utility Canvas.
Above: The Mexchic Wool Marfa Blanket is $135 at The Line.
Above: The Vornado VFAN Jr. Vintage Air Circulator in Green is $59.99 on Amazon.
Above: The El Cosmico Provision Company modeled their El Cosmico Duvet after the hotel’s favorite vintage serape; $250 for the queen size.
Above: The Garden Lace Oval Lantern is $68 at Terrain.
Above: CB2’s 6-Piece Smith Orange Bath Towel Set is $77.70.
For more on El Cosmico, see our post Hotels & Lodging: El Cosmico in Marfa, Texas.
N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on June 25, 2013.
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