This lovely apartment in Stockholm, Sweden, measures only 48m2 but has a lot of character. Owner Elina spent years traveling for work to countries such as India, which is reflected in the boho chic style of her home. A similar rug (image below) is available from Le Souk.
An old farmhouse near the beach of Comporta in Portugal has been turned into a stylish summer home by interior designer Thierry Mérillou and architect Daniel Suduca. Landscaper Louis Benech, responsible for historic gardens such as Versailles, helped them with the garden.
Isn’t this bathroom with a free standing stone bathtub stunning?! It is part of Santa Clara 1978, a guest house located in a beautiful 18th century building in the old cultural quarter of Lisbon (Portugal).
When I first saw this home I thought it would be somewhere in Scandinavia but I was surprised to learn that this beautiful home is located in Los Angeles, USA. The decor of the house, which was built in 1907, is eclectic, sophisticated and timeless. Carefully selected furniture and art from local galleries have been mixed with memories taken from the owner’s travels. From the large panoramic windows in the living room there are beautiful views of the San Gabriel Mountains.
Bri Emery (aka Design Love Fest) recently had her patio redesigned by Sarah Sherman Samuel. Bri does a lot of traveling and Sarah wanted to make her patio feel a bit like a boutique hotel while giving her a staycation space she wants to hang out and entertain in year round. The pink cushions, upholstered with special outdoor fabric, give a sunny vibe to the outdoor space. If you would like to add some pastel touches to your outdoor (or indoor) space you can add a few kilim cushions in pastel shades for a sunny, boho chic vibe. The lovely umbrella featured in the last image was a DIY project, you can find instructions here.
Spanish interior designer Mirela Pla turned a rustic farmhouse in Malaga into a summer retreat for a family of four living in London, seeking the sun and tranquility of southern Spain. The old farmhouse located in Valle del Guadalhorce was entirely renovated, combining the rustic essence of the place with a fresh and contemporary design.
This stunning place in the coastal town of Sayulita, Mexico, is owned by Brittney Borjeson. Brittany moved to Mexico to escape hectic city life. Last September she found her dream home: a lovely two-bedroom house overlooking the ocean in the southern hillsides of Sayulita. She also launched a shop selling Mexican crafts and artifacts, designed by herself and made by local artisans. I truly love this home as it is simple yet cozy decorated in a natural style. Almost everything in Borjeson’s two-story home is custom-made, either by herself or with the help of village craftsmen. If you like the style of this home: at the end of the post you can find some suggestions to create a similar style.