While I am on she-shed painting hell day 3 of 4, please enjoy the beautiful eclectic home of interior and landscape designer Celia Gómez Puerta and her family, located in the outskirts of Madrid. Her love of graphic prints and photography art make me an instant fan. Via Nuevo Estilo. (Photos: Patricia Gallego)
Rupert emailed us recently about his holiday homes in Dordogne, France that are available for holiday rental. It consists of 2 separate homes, Le Mas and Le Mazet that he renovated and designed with interior designer Joris van Grinsven. Le Mas is a 16th century farmhouse consisting of 5 bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms, 2 fireplaces, a summer kitchen, outdoor pool, sun terrace and more. Le Mazet is a detached cottage that has one bedroom with ensuite on the lower ground floor, and open kitchen and sitting room on the upper ground floor. The views across the valley are breathtaking. A vacation here would be magical!
There is a tunnel from Le Mas to Le Mazet
Crushing on another Heidi Caillier project (if you missed the last one it is here) and this one is lighter and dare I say funkier than the last. But it is equally fabulous and I just love how she pairs pieces from various styles always with a vintage touch and creates magical spaces.
I could not get enough of Pete Bermejo‘s portfolio so here is another styling project he’s worked on that has rendered me verklempt. I love all that is vintage, and this space is filled with nothing but. Casa Algaba (owned by Jesús Gómez) located in Seville, Spain with photos by Manolo Yllera.
This apartment could not be more uplifting, fun, quirky and retro-fabulous!!! I found this Ibiza home (of vintage shop owner Vicente Ganesha) on the website of super-talented interior stylist Pete Bermejo and I am having heart palpitations. I had to start with the bedroom because it is beyond gorgeous. (I hope he has hired someone to clean because I can’t imagine dusting his glass collection). Photos: Pablo Zamora