A SUMMER HOME ON THE ITALIAN ISLAND OF PONZA

Sculptor Mita Ungaro Vicario has transformed an abandoned stone home on Ponza into a beautiful holiday home. The house itself is pretty basic, the most striking feature are the breathtaking views of the Tyrrhenian Sea. Mita’s home used to the be a place for locals to store building equipment and food. Now it is a jewel of a holiday homes

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A Newly Renovated Summer Home on Ibiza

When the owners bought this 1950’s home on the island of Ibiza it was in need of an extensive renovation. They worked together with architecture studio Blakstad and interior designer Raúl Martins to create their dream home. Local materials, such as dry stone, juniper beams for the roof, sand and clay, were used as much as possible. The color palette

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A Spectacular Spanish Townhouse on Mallorca

Today I have an amazing house to show you! This five bedroom townhouse, which dates back to 1896, is located in the town of Sóller on Mallorca, Spain. I have stayed in Sóller and know the area and I can tell you that the location is ideal. The town itself is lovely but it is also close to the sea

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A Greek Summer Home on the Island of Milos

I love the colors and simple yet styling decor of this summer house. It’s a dream! Perched on the cliff edge in Plaka, the main town on the Greek island of Milos, the 19th century house (it was built in 1813!) has been carefully restored by K Studio to provide a London-based family with an authentically traditional yet practical summer

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A Designer’s Holiday Home In Mexico

After spending many childhood holidays in Baja California, Mexico, Brooklyn-based interior designer Alex Boudreau and her family purchased a quarter acre of beachfront property in Todos Santos. The construction on the house became a group effort and the beautiful result is for many to enjoy. Alex: “By the the end of the year, I’ll have a total of eight nieces

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A Contemporary Guest House in Portugal

A modernist take on Portuguese traditions, Casa Um reimagines the style and details of typical architecture from the Algarve. The result is a soft minimalistic space that’s private, contemporary and homely. The first guest house from design-led hospitality brand theAddresses, Casa Um, which in Portuguese means House Number One, is housed in an old farmhouse, masterfully renovated and extended by

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A Greek Summer Home on Tinos

This lovely summer house on the Greek island of Tinos is designed by Bobotis+Bobotis Architects, a private architectural practice based in Athens. The house was constructed with respect to the traditional local architecture of the island, keeping its basic elements intact while converting some of the old functions of the house into functional elements of modern use, such as the

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A Danish Home with Pops of Pastel

I love this beautiful apartment located in the heart of Copenhagen, Denmark. The home, belonging to PR manager Line Schjelde and her family, has been decorated with accessories in various pastel shades. Like many Scandinavian interiors the base (white walls and light flooring) is clean but the pops of color give the apartment warmth and character.

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