Danish designer Tine Kjeldsen is well known for her homeware label Tine K Home. Her family home is located on Danish island Funen but she also owns a beautiful home on the Spanish island of Mallorca. The 3 bedroom apartment is situated in Palma, the main city on the island. The interior is rustic chic and decorated with designs from tinekhome. There are beautiful original details such as old tiles and double doors. The charming 90sqm apartment can be rented. It is located in a neighborhood full of cafes, restaurants and close to a wonderful indoor food market, and it is therefore a perfect opportunity for families who want to experience Palma’s city life while staying in an urban area. I have been to Palma and it is really a great city to visit. More information about the apartment can be found here.
This holiday home on the Spanish island of Ibiza has been newly built (by architectal firm Blakstad Design Consultant) in the style of the traditional fincas (= Spanish farmhouses) typical to the island. I love the mix of white walls and rustic wood. It gives such a fresh look!
Online shop Little Upside Down Cake (LUDC) has some gorgeous ceramic pieces and other homeware items in their collection. The owner of LUDC: “Every single peace is unique and handmade with love. Every single imperfection is due to be celebrated. Every single peace has a place in my hart and I hope it wins place in yours also.”. One of the brands available through the shop is MF Ceramics. Each piece created in this ceramic studio is unique and totally handmade with care and patient. MF Ceramics has been inspired, most of the time, in the kitchen atmosphere and in all that is relatively to this basic need of life – food and cooking. The interest in collect objects from the past, that designer Margarida learned with her grandmother, has influenced and enriched her craft production. Beautiful!
Scandinavian meets bohemian chic in this beautiful Swedish home. Owner Malin Persson has mixed a white base with natural materials and accessories sourced on travels, resulting in a bohemian chic vibe. Such a wonderful eclectic mix! Similar pompom blankets (3rd picture can be purchased from BerberLooms)
I’m loving the Tom Dixon lights in this beautiful Danish home! The pendants are inspired by the sculptural simplicity of brass cooking pots and traditional water vessels on the subcontinent. The lights, made from brass with a black patinated exterior, are spun and hand-beaten by renowned skilled craftsmen of Moradabad in Northern India. I especially love these lights when grouped together.
This beautiful 19th century home in the hills of Marseille (France) belongs to Emma Francis, owner of stylish fashion brand Sessùn. The decor is an eclectic mix of vintage furniture, curiosa and textiles sourced from all over the world. This is a well travelled family! One of the best features of the house is the breathtaking view of the Mediterranean sea.