This stunning home situated in the Trousdale Estates area of the Hollywood Hills was originally built by master architect Richard Dorman. A few years ago it has been renovated and then redecorated in a bohemian chic style mixed with iconic design pieces such as the Eames lounge chair and the butterfly chair. The result is an interesting mix of styles that work wonderfully well together.
This lovely sunny apartment in the heart of Barcelona (Spain) belongs to Anna Alfaro. Anna is a content creator and storyteller for brands and her profession is reflected in her home. Every corner tells a bit about herself. You can read the entire story on Apartment Therapy.
I think this kitchen is beautiful although it is not entirely my style. I especially like the open shelves where you can see carefully curated collections of glass and chinaware ceramics. The LA home (belonging to Lauren Conrad) is designed by California based interior designer Katherine Carter.
This is the holiday home of Danish architect Claus Bjarrum. It is located on the eastern side of Mallorca, a Spanish island that I love. The modern minimalist style house is featured in the latest issue of Est Magazine. In the article you can find more images and information about this gorgeous home.
This is the Tunisian summer home of French fashion designer Manon Martin. It is here where Manon escapes to when she needs inspiration, which she finds in the light, warmth, the smell of the spices in the souks and the old crafts of Tunis. I love the combination of modern clean lines and the use of natural materials in her home.
This whitewashed hillside country cottage on the Costa Brava in Spain belongs to Catalan artist and color forecaster Pepa Poch. Rather than focus on style or era, Pepa describes her dwelling in terms of its elements: wood, stone, ceramic, brass. It’s a perspective that comes naturally, considering that the artist designed almost every understated surface, fitting, and fixture. In her studio, whitewashed walls and rustic floors of reclaimed barn wood and concrete allow her paintings to take center stage beneath expansive skylights. The series of blue-green canvases served as inspiration for Poch’s spring/summer 2015 palettes. You can read more about this beautiful home here on Lonny.