I hope you are enjoying summer! To get you inspired and get you travel juices flowing today’s post featured some images (from the portfolio of Nicole Franzen) of the beautiful city of Rome. The delicious food, the charming streets, the many historic sites, the weather and the atmosphere in general makes Rome the perfect place for a short break. Bellissima!
This lovely summer home is located in Las Salinas, a natural park on the island of Ibiza. Designed primarily as a family holiday home, emphasis has been put on the outdoor areas to make the most of the summer months. The house, inspired by the traditional Balearic architecture, is decorated in a natural rustic style with mainly natural materials and colors. The floor layout is simple and practical. By using the same materials and finishes throughout the house all spaces are integrated. A great place to relax!
This is the Los Angeles home of Joan McNamara, owner of brasserie and catering service Joan’s on Third which is located just a few blocks away from her home. The most striking area of Joan’s home is her kitchen. Like in the rest of the house, vintage and antique items are mixed with a modern and industrial look. More information about this home, including details about furniture pieces, can be found here on Remodalista.
This modern home in Melbourne, Australia, is designed and built by Altereco. The design is simple with clean lines, an open plan layout and a sober color palette. But simple does not have a negative connotation here. With simple means beautiful and stylish!
This house on Mallorca (Spain) is the perfect summer home. It is situated less than 50 meters away from the sea and there is no line between inside and outside. The pergolas on the terraces provide shade, while the thick walls keep the heat outside so it stays cool inside. Striking are the hot pink chairs which contrasts beautifully with the blue sky. The house is new but it was built with respect for tradition. The construction, although modern, comply with Mallorcan architectural guidelines and natural materials have been used that come from the area.
This cozy holiday home in North Seeland, Denmark, is perfectly situated: it is just 180 steps away from the sea. The perfect place to spend summers! This cottage belongs to stylist and photographer Mette Wotkjær and her husband and two kids. Spaces are small but they are cozy and decorated with love.