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Welcome in the holiday home of Gaelle on the French Atlantic Coast. Without any fuss or glitter, using local materials like wood, stones, fabrics and vintage finds, she successfully created a laidback and relaxing space.
Set in a national eco- reserve, Da Licença is an almost Monastic Arts & Crafts – influenced retreat in Portugal’s Alentejo region. The hotel’s owners undertook the design themselves, and interiors are inspired by their love of art and nature, while a local architectural firm rehabilitated the series of historic buildings that now houses five suites, all with private gardens and terraces. An old olive pressing room is now a gallery for the owner’s art collection.
Annick, co founder of a French furniture brand, fuses past and present in her Marseilles apartment. She redefines luxury using a celebratory palette that combines harmony of colours, house plants, fabrics and a touch of colonial style.
Tucked away in the hills of east Los Angeles lives british artist and designer Tracy Wilkinson.
Welcome in the holiday home of Stephanie, owner of a famous vegetarian restaurant in Marrakesh. Without any fuss or glitter, using local materials like wood, tiles, fabrics and rugs, she successfully created a serene and authentic space.
As a white canvas put under the pine trees, the renovation of this villa built in the 60’s expresses with a Mediterranean modernity, an urge for peace, bright sun and serenity.
Los Angeles home of photographer YOSHIHIRO
No Color Is Off-Limits for Dutch couple Anki and Casper, founders of blog and design agency Zilverblauw.
Welcome in the home of Emmanuelle Oddo in Marseille. She is the founder of “Pièces à part”, a long-term project regularly staged during thematic exhibitions in private places or galleries transformed into inhabited interior.
In the heart of Leiden (The Netherlands) , a couple whose interest in art and interior decoration runs deep, has set upon the challenge of renovating a 19th century mansion. Perfectly restored, the family house now offers a poetic and cosy atmosphere.
Of noble architecture and with certain nostalgia of the past, this beautiful Brussels 19 th century mansion is far from cliché.
Colourful and comfortable, Alix and Laurent’s appealing French home is the sort of place where you feel instantly at ease. Full to the brim with the rugs, fabrics and custom made furniture from the owner’s own shop collection, the result are most pleasing!
Welcome in the family home of Ingrid, co-owner of a furniture and accessory brand based in Marseille (South of France).
Marie-Pacifique Zeltner is an editor, photographer and co-founder of The archivists. It is in the hills of Aix en Provence (France) , in a family hamlet, that she chose to live, in a simple way.
In the heart of Brussels, interior architect Arnaud Masson transformed two partitioned houses into a spacious and luminous family home . Clean lines, statement furniture pieces and natural materials are the key words for this house which has a beautiful view on a two leveled garden.
As much a place for inspiration and entertainment as it is a holiday home, this laidback yet contempory house nestled between Mediterranean vineyards belongs to Virginie, owner of a French furniture and accessory brand.
The perfect Mediterranean holiday home, a fusion of traditional Ibicenco style and contemporary luxury living set across two floors, beautifully decorated with high-end design touches yet with a lived- in feeling.The beautiful light flows inside and makes it a wonderful place to live.
Nathalie Lété is an artist who lives and works in Paris. She works in many ways, mixing different techniques and mediums, illustration, ceramics, textile and painting
This family estate in Portugal belongs to the family of Lucia Esteves, founder of Belgian interior shop luciaesteves.be It includes a famous vineyard where you can organise events and eat in a Michelin starred restaurant.
In the heart of a pretty Belgian village, one of its old houses has undergone a serious facelift.
After a long career as a stylist in Belgium, Monique decided to settle in Morocco, not far from the Atlantic coast. The house she built reflects beautifully her sense of elegant simplicity and love of local materials and know how.
Taylor Knights architects designed the alteration and addition for this bungalow in Melbourne, creating a new living pavilion that connects the original house with the backyard and showcases the client’s art collection.
Welcome in Ingrid’s Marseille home, which displays a clever balance of soothing neutrals, colour accents, vintage finds and Ingrid’s own collection of chairs, pillows, lamps, and bed linens.
This spectacular new build villa in the heart of the colonial town Antigua (Guatemala) belongs to a French interior designer and stands out by its unique style : a mix of colonial and contemporary architecture, local materials and Central American craftwork.
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