This gorgeous house belongs to Greek interior designer Marilyn Katsaris. Located on the island of Tinos (Greece), it is designed by Greek Zege architects. This vacation home is actually made up of two separate houses which have been brought together through a picturesque veranda. Respecting the architectural surroundings and capturing the day to day beauty and simplicity, the architects created this private residence as it was meant to be designed for Tinos.
All bathrooms, with exposed rock formations, have a different color selected from the natural surrounding elements such as blue and sand color.
The exterior architecture coincides with the rules and balance of the typical residential islandic forms. Pigeon whole windows, curved white forms of structure and exposed stone formations are the examples of this typical form of architecture.
With this beautiful hammock, colorful ethnic style cushions and this fab ikat chair you can create a similar bohemian atmosphere as the outdoor areas featured in the previous post. The cotton hammock is available here.
Today some outdoor areas with a slightly ethnic touch. A similar look can be created by using ethnic cushions (for example ikat print, kilim or berber cushions), succulent plants, a hammock, a wooden or Moroccan table and the famous Acapulco chairs (as featured in the last image).
I love summer but each year I do look forward to the fall fashion collection. Those cute suede ankle boots from Ash (see image below) are on my wish list, as well are these other fashion items that really go well with the boots.
This is the perfect stool for magazine lovers! With this chair-cum-storage unit built of a birch-wood base, adjustable leather straps and cushion you can not only store your magazines but you create an extra seating as well. And it is also an eye-catcher in your home!