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Isn’t this bathroom with a free standing stone bathtub stunning?! It is part of Santa Clara 1978, a guest house located in a beautiful 18th century building in the old cultural quarter of Lisbon (Portugal).
When I first saw this home I thought it would be somewhere in Scandinavia but I was surprised to learn that this beautiful home is located in Los Angeles, USA.
Bri Emery (aka Design Love Fest) recently had her patio redesigned by Sarah Sherman Samuel. Bri does a lot of traveling and Sarah wanted to make her patio feel a bit like a boutique hotel while giving her a staycation … Continue reading →
Stripes are hot this summer and there are lots of ways to wear them. Above and below some examples and you can find product suggestions at the end of this post.
Spanish interior designer Mirela Pla turned a rustic farmhouse in Malaga into a summer retreat for a family of four living in London, seeking the sun and tranquility of southern Spain.
Today’s summer wardrobe is inspired by Marrakech in Morocco. I visited this magical city a few years ago and loved it!
This stunning place in the coastal town of Sayulita, Mexico, is owned by Brittney Borjeson. Brittany moved to Mexico to escape hectic city life.
This week will be all about summer fashion! Today we are taken a virtual trip to Greece and this is in my suit case.
This lovely light filled home has definitely a Scandinavian feel to it but it is actually located in the Catskills Mountains in New York (USA).
The portfolio of interior stylist & photographer Carley Summers contains beautiful images of bohemian chic places and interiors, including her own home in North Carolina, USA.
From the outside you might think that this home is located in the French countryside. But this beautiful home is actually in Victoria, Australia.
This is the home where Brigitte and Thierry Benkemoun go to when they want to escape from their city lives in Paris.
Can you believe that this bohemian style balcony is located in the heart of New York city? I love that Kari has created her own boho outdoor retreat on the 12th floor of her Manhattan apartment.
This cave home in the Sierra Morena in Andalucia, Spain, was once used as a shelter. Andrés Moreno and Manuel Murillo of Ummo Estudio transformed this space into a 104m² rural design loft.
The atmosphere of this light filled home has been kept consistent in every room. By choosing the same color palette (in this case shades of light wood, browns, white and grey) for every room, you create a unity and a … Continue reading →
Etsy favorites in a pale color palette: 1. blush pink African mudcloth pillow cover | 2. raw wood & plywood wall sconce | 3.
Another great IKEA hack! Some old jersey fabric has been used here to add some color to IKEA’s rattan Stockholm chair.
Boutique Hotel Principe di Salina is located on Salina Island, one of the Aeolian Islands close to Sicily, Italy.
I love this great IKEA hack! Plain looking IVAR cabinets made of pine wood are transformed to an eye-catching wall mural / storage space with some paint brush.
This house in Amsterdam is one of the most beautiful homes that I have seen in a while. The interior is a mix of various styles: vintage and modern pieces are combined with ethnic influences and a feminine touch.