All posts with tag:nature

Andenia Hotel in Peru’s Urubamba Valley is not a big hotel, but rather a cozy guest house: there are only 9 rooms, each with its own terrace. The complex is surrounded by mountains and green gardens that set you up for a relaxing holiday. Interior design was inspired by the style and philosophy of wabi-sabi:…

We just love modern Belgian design, which draws its inspiration from the aesthetic imperfections of all natural, mixing it with stylish minimalist influences. Nathalie Deboel is a striking representative of this trend. At first glance, her interiors are very simple, but to achieve such harmony in a modern space, you need to have a special…

Tourists Hotel is located on the banks of the Husick River in Massachusetts. While working on the project, designers were inspired by American roadside hotels and simple rural buildings. All 48 hotel rooms are decorated rather modestly: with an emphasis on eco-themes and using natural materials and fabrics. As the owners say, your room is…

In recent years, the world’s leading architects have literally competed who will best merge their new project with the environment. The trend towards unity with nature is probably the key one in our time, and which is really delightful. Today we want to show you a fresh project of the young Dutch studio Enter the…

Tropical nature, interiors in soothing colors and many areas for rest and relaxation – this house in Australia clearly claims to be a paradise. The team that worked on its design wanted to create a spectacular white building set against a backdrop of lush greenery. Inside – the kingdom of boho, natural materials, beautiful tiles…

The Rabjerg Mile in Denmark is a sand dune near the North Sea coast. It is in these scenic spots that Britta and Lars, a Skagen couple, built their cottage. They spend here every summer, so the house is fully adapted for permanent life. Also, the owners are very fond of spending time in nature…

Rustic luxury reigns in the design of this cottage high above Possum Creek in Australia. Slightly shabby walls and an old stone floor do not prevent this home from being refined. Wooden furniture and simple textiles made of cotton and linen are perfectly combined with elegant lamps, brass fittings and stained-glass windows. But the main…

The exterior of this house in New Zealand proves to us that an all-wooden home is not a relic of the past and not only an option for mountain chalets. The designer here combines solid wood and plywood with dark furniture, stone and tiles: due to this, the interiors are textured, but not overloaded. Textiles…