Going on a trip to the Norwegian fjords is a dream of many, but what if you live with a view of this beauty. The owners of this modern house in Norway know how it feels. The facade of wood and glass allows for majestic nature views. However, despite the rather futuristic design, inside this…

This wooden house in Oregon perfectly fits into the surrounding landscape. Due to the different heights of the building, open verandas and large windows, it seems that the house grows out of the ground, and the trees and bushes smoothly pass into the roof. The theme of nature is described in interiors details, where the…

Design of this bright apartment in Sweden is built on botanical theme. Floral wallpaper, furniture made of natural wood (look at the gorgeous vintage doors in one of the bedrooms), the abundance of live plants on almost every shelf or window sill – everything in the interiors suggests that the owners has a natural lifestyle….

Iceland is one of the most unusual countries in the world, with a bad weather and many unique natural wonders. Tourists go here for unforgettable emotions and unity with nature. And this lonely wooden cottage with a black facade at the foot of the volcano is perhaps the best accommodation for such a place on Earth…

Lovely Linen creates quality and attractive home textiles made of linen, and inspiration for their designs draws from nature. It is natural imperfections of textures and colors which, according to the designer, are their main motivator. Of course, they shot their new collection outdoor and close to the sea. Fresh and stylish!

When you look at photographs of such houses, you realize that there is something more than just good architecture and a cozy design. The top class design is when there is a complete harmony of the modern structure of natural materials with the surrounding nature. When the home does not interfere, but vice versa, it…

This secluded stone villa is situated far away from civilization, amidst the incredible mountain scenery on the lake shore in New Zealand. The architects of Sumich Chaplin tried so hard not to harm the unique nature that they literally buried the house into the hill, making it one with the local untouched environment. A real wonder!

People in Spanish countryside rarely build new houses, instead, they carefully and lovingly restore old buildings and that’s just awesome. The owner of this charming country house has very warm feelings about this cozy cottage in northern Spain: as a kid, she came here with parents every summer for a holiday. And now after many…