It's really girly for me to admit this, but I secretly love pink rooms. This bedroom at Los Alamos in Argentina is the ultimate girlification of pink with a carriage mural by Hector Basaldua and iron art nouveau beds from Paris.
Los Alamos is an estate/hotel in the foothills of the Andes Mountains. When the home was left to artist Susana Bombal by her grandfather, she transformed it into a haven for European immigrants and artists. Los Alamos has hosted the likes of Picasso, Gandi, Charlie Chaplin and Jorge Luis Borges.
Fortunately, the estate still belongs to the original family and includes seven guest rooms for lucky visitors. I discovered Los Alamos on the blog Moodboard. Take a peek there for more pics and info.