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This Paris apartment captivates with its transparency and fluidity, perfectly balanced with the use of a soft colour palette and... View Article
This Paris apartment captivates with its transparency and fluidity, perfectly balanced with the use of a soft colour palette and... View Article
Filled with natural light, this revamped 58 square meters Parisian appartment combines clean lines, functionality with a twist of 70... View Article
This wooden cabin is a holiday home and event venue located close to Brussels. Built with black burned wood, it overlooks a beautiful countryside.
The beautiful sea light flows inside her minimalistic home where priority was given to the volumes and large openings, removing as much detail as possible in favour of simple materials and earth toned furniture. Aurelie’s collection of stoneware table lamp handcrafted in France adds a beautiful touch to this serene space.
Welcome in the spectacular newbuild holiday retreat of “Eddie” Roschi, the co-founder of Le Labo , a renowned boutique fragrance brand. This high end residence stands out by its unique style. Clean lines and minimal design architecture by gbarquitectos create a sense of tranquility whereas large windows enhances the unusual shapes of the property and it’s views on the astonishing landscapes. The earth toned interior is filled with a mix of statement furniture pieces and local craftwork sourced by interior design studio Flores Textile studio.
Dominique learned to expect the unexpected while pursuing her dream of an idyllic Moroccan hideaway
With the desire to continue the environmentally friendly practices put in place by previous generations, the owners think of this address as a country house. An intimate place with seven rooms, an obvious simplicity, a small production of eggs and vegetables from the kitchen garden to eat better and to delight guests.
Welcome in the poetic home of a Dutch/Belgian ceramist and her husband. Everywhere in the house, Sofi's ceramics, drawings, and sculptures co-exist with curated objects, beautiful patterns and antiques. Their Brussels home is warm, inviting and comfortable yet full to the brim with personality, sparkling colours, and quirky little touches.
Set in an organic olive field , in the Alentejo region (Portugal), Casa Avo is an old family house beautifully renovated by an architect and illustrator.
In the heart of Oleron island (France), a French couple whose interest in interior decoration runs deep, has set upon the challenge of renovating an old neglected barn. Perfectly restored, respecting the style of the island's architecture, the family house stands out by its unique style, a mix of noble materials, statement furniture pieces and works of art.
The colours definitely play a part in the whimsical charm of Casa Di Marco, there is no doubt about it, but the objects scattered around are different, unique, distinguishable for numerous reasons. Singular in their origin and with many stories to tell. Carefully designed to recreate a modern interpretation of the classic Lisbon aesthetics combining genuinely antique features to a popular and traditional atmosphere, Casa Di Marco is open for work , afterwork and sleep over. Have a look!
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.
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.
No Color Is Off-Limits for Dutch couple Anki and Casper, founders of blog and design agency Zilverblauw.
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.
Famous architect Jean- Michel Wilmotte's last challenge was to transform a vast boathouse and a dwelling into a 600 square meters private loft with panoramic views on the harbour whilst respecting the style of the island's architecture. A beautiful achievement !
An old Brussels mansion has been revisited into a sophisticated loft by a French interior designer. She cleverly structured the space by adding a "wooden cabin" which hosts the kitchen.
Built in the 60s, this white cube overlooking the Mediterranean is little short of spectacular.
This striking passive house in the Belgian countryside stands out by its unique style, a mix of noble materials, contemporary architecture, design pieces, works of art and a real proximity with its surrounding nature.
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
A few kilometers from Vichy, in the heart of the forest, an old abandoned 19th century mill has regained its glory thanks to the talent of architect Sophie Lallias
An old parisian warehouse has been revisited into a sophisticated loft by French interior architect Grégoire de Lafforest.
Of noble architecture and with certain nostalgia of the past, this beautiful Paris 19 th century mansion is far from cliché.
Emmanuelle is a true Parisian. So when it comes to design or food, she knows what’s up. Over the past decade, this cosmopolite Frenchy has built a reputation as a global tastemaker in Paris, New York and Dubai.
In the heart of a pretty Belgian village, one of its old houses has undergone a serious facelift.
A new addition to our list of favorite interior designs is The Corner, the showroom and private home of an ex-fashion photographer.
This clean and modern apartment is the home of a Spanish interior designer.
Entirely renovated by an English couple, this home in the countryside near Uzès (South of France), shows authentic charm and a sense of rusticity.
This project cleverly configures a 76 square-metre parcel of land in Collingwood (Australia) into two light-filled, three-bedroom vertical dwellings.
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.
Petra and Edwin, founders of a Dutch graphic-illustrative design firm, fell in love with an old run-down car workshop.
Designing your own clothes, creating your own interior and mixing it with an abundance of natural tones and materials : one must be blessed with artistic gifts to tackle all these facts.
Welcome in the Tenerife holiday home of a Dutch architect and collector.
Near the village of Lourmarin (Provence), offering large views on the Luberon, Michèle has restored a country cottage in a spirit of simplicity and modernity.
Strong lines, eclectic finds and touches of colours fill a very welcoming new build family home in Liège (Belgium)
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.
In the outskirts of Brussels, Fanny welcomes us in her architect designed home.It is also where she installed her showroom of vintage and design furniture.
Marine, a French gallery owner and interior decorator was one of the first to promote the American design of the 50-70's in France.
In the heart of the Dutch country side, a couple has set upon the challenge of renovating a 19th century farm.
Philippe and Anthony fell in love with an old run-down textile factory. They both brilliantly transformed the huge space into a multipurpose loft.
Anne is the founder of a French Brand specialised in household linens. She fell in love with an old run down factory which she and her husband brilliantly transformed into their home.
This ex farmer's barn was cleverly rehabilitated into a small holiday house.
In southwestern France, vintage textile dealer and interior decorator Mathilde Labrouche has set upon the challenge of renovating an old neglected country cottage.
This spectacular glass and steal framed new build home in Cap Town belongs to a young creative couple who lived in India for several years.
Welcome in the poetic home of eccentric artist Rory, his wife Claire and their two children.
Found of design and expert in contemporary art, Alice renovated an old abandoned factory into a family home.
In the outskirts of Paris, an old boilermaking factory, turned into a painter’s studio, before becoming a family home and working space.
This Californian style house nestled in the heart of the Landes forest (French Atlantic coast) is not afraid of cultural shock. Sparkling colours, design furniture, vintage pieces, tags and graffiti have crafted a very fascinating and charming family house where big sliding doors allow a well-matched continuation of the house into the surrounding nature.
This Parisian micro-appartment belongs to an antique dealer and has been renovated by interior architect Charlotte Vauvilliers. Filled with smart ideas along with the owner's collection of design pieces, it is the perfect example of how you maximize a space of 40 sq meters.
In the heart of a typical old medieval Dutch village, a 17th century church links the remnants of the past with contemporary volumes.
A French interior decorator found the perfect home in Paris (France) and refitted it to accomodate her family .
This 16th century house in the city centre of Ghent has been renovated with love by Frederic, a Belgian interior architect. He preserved the features of the houses while bringing a contemporary twist to it as well as his great collection of design pieces.
Tucked away in a village of l’Ile de Ré, this home is testimony to the creative energies and renovation know-how of interior architect Alexandre and his wife Aude. Perfectly restored with materials such as wood, stones and concrete, the house offers a clever mix of styles, combining custom made furniture , treasured antiques, vintage pieces and an exquisite eye for detail.
In the French countryside, close to La Rochelle, a couple renovated an old mill from scratch into an authentic charming family house.
Flemish radicalism and sense of refinement have given this former presbytery a beautiful combination of soul and modernity.
This apartment captivates with its fluid circulation and understatedness, perfectly balanced by a simple decor
This charming house has been completely restaured by a French painter and her husband.
In the wine area of the Cape (South Africa), Libby and Gerard have designed and built a unique Stellenbosch farmhouse that is stepped in history, despite its recent creation.
This small cottage nestled in the heart of an Uruguayan valley is the dream retreat of a famous Argentinian "Chef". It has been designed by him using local materials and the interior is a subtle mix of his travel finds and custom made furniture.
This simple house belongs to Argentinean architect Diego Montero and his family. It stands on an astonishing site overlooking a sea laguna near Punta del Este (Uruguay).
An old button factory renovated by its owners with raw materials, industrial architecture and vintage finds.
Welcome in the fresh and colourful Paris apartment of interior architect Delphine. With turquoise blue as a common thread, this 200 square meters Haussmann appartment happily combines floral wallpapers with classic and design pieces of furniture as well as contemporary art. A very inspiring and eccentric home!
Close to Biarritz (West Atlantic coast), a famous surfing spot that is relentlessly busy in the high season, the owners of this house have chosen to build their holiday home in the midst of the country side far away from the crowds.
he traditional facade reveals a truly modern space, filled with the owner's own creations as well as their curated objects, artwork and pieces of design.
It takes a lot of imagination and love to create a beautiful house like this one. Airy white interiors furnished with industrial and reclaimed pieces, decorated only with objects meaningful to the owners.
We would all need a little bit of « Shine Shine in our lives. This is exactly what Tracy - founder of the South African brand Shine Shine- has made it her mission.
This elegant family house on the “Ile d’Oleron” (French Atlantic coast) belongs to Anoushka and Laurent, two interior decorators who have set upon the challenge of renovating an old authentic oyster farmer house. Easy to live in, the house has been restored with limestone, wood, and a charming blend of antiques and vintage pieces.
Just beyond the rolling dunes of Punta del Este , Antique dealer Aaron Hojman offers a "posada bohemia" clad in vintage railway bricks, reclaimed windows and zinc siding.
In the heart of the colonial town Cartagena (Colombia), a house has the audacity to combine minimalism, purity of lines and touch of colours.
In the semi arid landscape of southern Morrocco, two landscape architects specialised in ramed earth constructions and dry gardens have built this beautiful retreat ,combining traditional materials and techniques with a resolutely contemporary style.
This family home near Angoulême (France) belongs to Isabelle and her family who have set upon the challenge of renovating an old medieval castle.
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.
Marked by an impressive attention to detail and an idiosyncratic handling of materials, this house eschews the traditional backyard in favour of an in-looking approach. Melbourne-based practice Ritz and Ghougassian won the 2018 Australian Interior Design Awards
This house is Bali is owned by an Italian architect. It is a mix of an eclectic and playful feel taking into account the house features as well as the outside ambience.
This dismantled and reassembled wonder of rustic originality consists of 3 Javanese joglo houses with roof tiles from an old mosque.
Clean lines and minimal design furniture of this high-end Uruguayan private residence create a sense of tranquility whereas skylights and large windows enhances the unusual shapes and dimensions of certain aspects of the property.
This renovation of an existing Victorian terrace house includes an extension to the rear of the dwelling to facilitate an external entertaining area and garden. An urban garden wraps around the kitchen, in which seating ‘nooks’ are subtracted from the garden volumes.
This holiday house used to be an agricultural shed in the South of France. It was cleverly renovated with lots of ideas to steal by a French interior decorator and furniture designer. All this in a very simple yet authentic style.
In the middle of a park of cork oaks ans olive trees in the Alentejo region (Portugal), two Frenchmen have commisioned an unusual villa-hotel.
A French interior decorator found the perfect house in Bordeaux (France) and refitted it to accomodate her family and her own studio.
A reminiscence of Provence and Toscany with a touch of Victorian style! This 400 sqm property belongs to an Argentinean couple; owners of a famous clothes and interior design brand.
This high-end private residence near Punta del Este (Uruguay) has been created by international design firm Kallosturin (based in London and San Francisco). Clean lines and minimal design furniture create a sense of tranquility whereas skylights and large windows enhances the unusual shapes and dimensions of certain aspects of the property.
This black and white architect-designed holiday house is located in Punta del Este (Uruguay). Two white cubes are linked by a long black hall and a huge swimming pool. The interior is simple, modern and stylish. Furniture is mostly custom made and scaled to the house
This holiday retreat stands on an astonishing site overlooking the ocean, close to Punta del Este (Uruguay).