On the sun-drenched island of Mallorca, Anna from Sweden has created an eclectic home where she lets her love of beautiful things set the rules.
What used to be a small 17th-century farm is now a 230 square meter property divided between two houses, a well-kept sunroom and a pool. The Wittzells have created a cozy home with their two daughters.
When it comes to the gardener Philippe Hässlekvist, his infatuation with peas and beans is impossible to miss.
A lushly green jewel on the Rhaetian Alps.
Nestled between the Valdarno and Casentino Valleys, two sisters have turned a mill into a holiday home, enhancing its original beauty by clever use of millstones and recycled natural materials.
Green plants, decorative grass and some eye-catching highlights. Heidi Palmgren lives by her own principles of gardening: structuring, grouping, minimizing!
Well hidden in a backlot in Lund, we find the garden of Helmtrud Nyström. On second thought, it is very similar to her paintings. Not that they depict each other. One cannot even say that her art is inspired by anything in particular. Yet the depth and lines are easily recognized. An exciting double perspective!
Härliga, sköna dagar ute i trädgården. I sköna, klassiska plagg som passar alla stunder.
Turn part of your lawn into a flowering spring meadow. It's easier than you think and adds a beautiful touch!
Get yourself a concentrated piece of the Mediterranean Sea on your terrace by growing your plants in pots. With the right mix of flowers, edible plants and green spices, it is easy and wonderful to enjoy the delights of the South even up here in the North!
The remains of an old rural building led architect Rocco Borromini to create a fantastic home based on long the alpine traditions and integrating it with the surrounding nature.
In the heart of Barcelona you will find a café where food is the absolute queen. We got to know the concept that the architects developed for this spot, owned by a German and South African couple.
The precious role of the ”decompression room”.