Displaying posts labeled "Bohemian"

A renovated 1980 villa in the South of France

Posted on Thu, 26 May 2022 by KiM

This 1980’s villa in Saint Clement de Riviere, in the South of France was fully renovated and transformed by Baptiste Bohu Interiors into a hacienda with a mix of Spanish/Mexican architecture and Moroccan elements. In the perfect colour palette of black and white, with a bit of mustard, and lots of wood and rattan it’s a visual feast of earthy goodness in an absolutely stunning setting.

Villa Arniano

Posted on Thu, 5 May 2022 by midcenturyjo

Arniano is a romantic, elegant and secluded farmhouse villa thirty minutes from Siena. Situated in a rolling landscape of green-black cypresses and hilltop villages, Arniano commands a panoramic view across southern Tuscany at its rural best.

The house is a rare find and has been lovingly converted into an unusually light and airy property by acclaimed interior designer Camilla Guinness. It is exquisitely furnished with a mixture of grand bohemian chic and simple Italian style, creating a beautiful, comfortable and much-loved family home.”

I’ve long had Camilla Guinness’ red and white striped garden daybeds saved in my inspiration files. Now it’s time to drink in the simple beauty of the rest of her Italian home Villa Arniano

As if it had always been

Posted on Fri, 29 Apr 2022 by midcenturyjo

What once was a printer’s workshop has been transformed by Paris-based Dorothée Delaye into a family loft “à la française”. It’s a marriage of old and new, weathered and contemporary, sophisticated and bohemian with a lush country style garden in the middle of Paris. It’s like it has always been there just waiting for it’s new family.

Photography by Nicolas Anetson and Didier Delmas

An organic modern home

Posted on Mon, 4 Apr 2022 by KiM

This home designed by a. Naber Design is a little bit modern, a tad Scandinavian, has some organic elements and is as bright as can be. It’s so cohesive and very much current and fresh for today’s lifestyle. 2 thumbs up on this project. Photography: Charlotte Lea

Azulik Residence

Posted on Wed, 9 Mar 2022 by KiM

AZULIK Residence was developed with no blueprints or previous drawings of any kind. This freedom reveals its originality and the essence of its most significant challenge: to honor those who came before –the flora, the fauna, and the soil. Its location, completely immersed in the jungle, required finding creative ways to work with concrete and manual labor to avoid destructive heavy machinery. Furthermore, we developed an unconventional structure that is not supported by columns or beams but is rather woven like a basket. Thus, the building was planned as a fabric, where interweaving elements are integrated to make up the entire edifice. This is one of the most unique and magical places I have ever seen! Located in the gorgeous Mexican town of Tulum and designed by Roth Architecture.