Ina Niehoff’s photographs of the Hotel Neum’s dated decor, with delectable tones of mint and aubergine, could be straight off a Wes Anderson film set but for their mix of sharp edges and curvature over his oft lauded symmetry. The Hotel Neum is based in a border town between Croatia and Bosnia–Herzegovina, and boasts incredible exterior and interior architecture, soft furnishings and plant life.
Berlin-based photographer Ina’s photographs have a great wit to them, combining the material references of expressive feature walls and patterned curtains in various shades of brown; and floral, oyster-hem valance rails overlapping dusty pink brushed concrete walls with aplomb.
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