Casa Rita is located on Formentera Island, the smallest and most southerly of the Balearic Islands of Spain. When I first saw Jordi Canosa‘s photos of this harmoniously rustic home, I was immediately reminded on one of my favorite flamenco songs, Aire by Josè Mercè. He sings: “que tenga la puerta abierta la alegria de mi casa,” which means to have the door open to joy and happiness in your home!
Interior designer Chris Barrett‘s Southern California bungalow is light, airy, and refreshing . . . the kind of place you’d love to hang out at on a Sunday afternoon!
Would you have ever guessed that behind the door of this Manhattan townhouse is a living room with a pool?! With a swing? Honestly…WTF. If you’re in the market for a new and oh so retro home, this 5 story pad can be yours for a mere 10.95 million.
Lindsey Adelman a lighting genius and a true artist. The detailing and level of perfection of the work that she has directed into each handmade piece is impressive. Her Burst series is inspired by vintage jewelry, while Knotty Bubbles is heavily inspired by Japanese packaging and maritime culture. Each sculpture is made of hand-blown glass globes tied together with knotted rope or custom metal work. Mind blowing and so unique!
Outdoor living inspiration for days! Check out the rest of this lovely Moroccan home here.