All posts with tag:summer

Designer Beta Heuman works on the side of traditional English style that is replete with vibrant colors, rich prints and bold décor. This townhouse in Notting Hill, London is a clear example of her signature approach. Soft furniture with striped and lush monochromatic upholstery, a checkerboard floor, floral wallpaper and abundant wall decor – this…

What are your plans for the New Year? The owners of this home in Australia are planning to sunbathe, swim in their own pool and sip refreshing cocktails overlooking the ocean. Their modern bright cottage is located literally on the beach, so there are simply unrealistic views from almost every window. It is here that…

Poor Australians – they will never realize all the charm of winter fun with snow, never wear ugly Christmas sweaters, not feel the pleasure of a hot drink by the fireplace after frosty walks. :) Their typical New Year’s outfits are shorts and a T-shirt, because, as we know, in December it is very hot…

Today, when nost of the world is celebrating Christmas, we wanted to post about warm Australia. :) As we know, the opposite is true here, and in December they have a real summer. But everyone wants to celebrate, so trees and festive decor also appear in the homes of Australians, despite the sun and heat….

This holiday villa in Australia is the epitome of the lightness, naturalness and comfort that we strive for when we go on vacation. There are almost no external walls in the house, the inner spaces are as open as possible to nature with is all shades of green here. The design is dominated by white,…

In the world of interior photography, there is an unwritten rule: the more talented the photographer, the cooler the interiors he is entrusted with shooting, and accordingly the more interesting his portfolio. In the work of Chris Warnes, we can admire some of the most stylish and inspiring contemporary living spaces of Australia – is…

This summer rental villa with pool on the Atlantic coast is the perfect opportunity to experience traditional Portuguese flair. The house has the features of a simple rural home: a thatched roof, a white oiled facade, a one-story building, but inside the guests will find a magnificent design with local ethnic notes. We just loved…

Today is Saturday, and this means we have another cute Scandinavian dacha. Interestingly, the inhabitants of Sweden love their traditional summer cottages so much that they almost always decorate them in the same classic Scandinavian style – no minimalism and concrete surfaces. Just take a look at this lovely two-story house in a Swedish village…