Can you believe that this bohemian style balcony is located in the heart of New York city? I love that Kari has created her own boho outdoor retreat on the 12th floor of her Manhattan apartment. You can see more of her home on her instagram account. You can create a similar vibe by using lots of (tropical) plants and kilim cushions. Le Souk has a large collection cushion covers from Turkey and you now get 10% off on all orders with discount code THESTYLEFILES10OFF.
This cave home in the Sierra Morena in Andalucia, Spain, was once used as a shelter. Andrés Moreno and Manuel Murillo of Ummo Estudio transformed this space into a 104m² rural design loft. The owner, artist Pilar del Pino, rents out this home for short stays so if you have ever wanted to sleep in a cave here is your chance!
The atmosphere of this light filled home has been kept consistent in every room. By choosing the same color palette (in this case shades of light wood, browns, white and grey) for every room, you create a unity and a sense of calmness through the entire house.
Another great IKEA hack! Some old jersey fabric has been used here to add some color to IKEA’s rattan Stockholm chair. I love the vibrant colors used here, this chair is ready for summer! You can instructions on how to do this here on Brit+Co.
Boutique Hotel Principe di Salina is located on Salina Island, one of the Aeolian Islands close to Sicily, Italy. This luxurious refuge with 12 rooms has recently been renovated. The elegant rooms are decorated with locally-made furnishings and rustic touches. Each room has a private terrace overlooking the Aeolian Sea where quests can unwind at the end of the day and experience the stunning sunsets, with the island Stromboli and Panarea on the horizon. Are you ready to jump on a plane to Italy? Then visit the hotel’s website for more information.