I love a mix of eras. This farmhouse cottage was given a dash of modern and I love the contrasting styles. By Kelly and Co. Design, this home includes some beautiful art, earth tones throughout and lots of really textured fabrics, particularly linens, that make this casual and cozy.
Such a fun and inviting apartment this is! Another great project by Madrid-based architecture, interior design & construction firm BAO. Rustic touches throughout make the space homey and perfect for a family. The frosted glass partitions are a wonderful feature that lets light flow through whilst offering privacy.
Imagine owning a turn of the century working barn tucked away in a canyon, nestled in the foothills. Now imagine converting it into a comfortable three-bedroom retreat from the city while retaining much of its original form, character and history. Think modern aesthetic with a raw palette. Canyon Barn by Seattle based design studio mwworks.
It’s Valentines Day and I could think of nothing better than escaping to a rustic little cottage, fire roaring in a stone fireplace, the sound of waves crashing just metres away. Sea Roost from the owners of Mate Gallery would be the perfect romantic getaway. Two cottages nestled in mature landscape at Montauk. I know you won’r mind if I don’t invite you, just my husband.
Photography – Matt Albiani, Heather Clawson and Michelle Adams
Amid the hills and forest of Ibiza lies a newly built white-washed villa that exudes comfort and is understatedly luxurious. Designed by South African La Grange Interiors, this modern finca is a magical escape for an urban couple with a neutral palette and an incredibly beautiful exterior. (Photos: Elsa Young)