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Category: Natural Materials

The Great Ocean Road Beach Shack Revival

Follow my blog with Bloglovin The Great Ocean Road Beach Shack in Victoria, Australia~ This Great Ocean Road Beach Shack, Dorman House is a finely crafted timber box, independently constructed to hover over an existing beach shack in Lorne, Victoria, Australia. In contrast to the neighbors, it has been designed…

Casa Lola, Brazil

Follow my blog with Bloglovin CASA LOLA~ This chic bohemian home is in Trancoso, Brazil….the Southern Bahia area. Jan Eleni Lemonedes, a talented interior designer, and her husband Ronnie Stam, a hairstylist, along with their daughter Lola, came to Trancoso on vacation and knew this is where they…

Gorgeous South African Sanctuary

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Cape Town Bliss~ This GORGEOUS Hout Bay, Cape Town home was built taking Bali as it’s inspiration. Rather than a single homestead, for this family of five, with three dogs and three cats, it is spread out almost like a village or an…

Indie Home Collective

Follow my blog with Bloglovin  Shopping in New Zealand~ I am obsessed with this shop! My husband was born in Aukland and his sister spent a good part of her adult life in NZ. I decided to do some research on boutique style shops there and I came across Indie…

Moroccan Desert Home

Follow my blog with Bloglovin     Moroccan Love~ This majestic home is located in the vast desert hills of Morocco. The gorgeous full height windows frame the picturesque views. The house is sleek and modern yet warm and inviting. The organic handmade rugs add warmth to the stone floors…

Stark White South African Beach House

Follow my blog with Bloglovin My Ultimate Inspiration ~ This gorgeous South African beach house is located on the West Coast. The stunning and simple open floor plan exudes clean minimalism while embracing the natural elements of the Cape. Incorporating my two favorite materials, bright whites with indigenous wood. The open…

Rattan Furniture

I’ve always loved rattan. I think it adds a certain tropical vacation vibe. Wicker and rattan furniture was created in America and not in Asia as many assume. Ships would leave China bound for America with a variety of goods. Raw cane rattan was used to secure the…