We are about to sense the summer heat even in early spring by wonderful sunshine. While getting ready for a bright season ahead here is a great gallery of a beautiful summer-house in Ibiza, Spain which are photographed by Menossi. I m sure it will also put you in the mood desiring a lazy comfort. The organic and the minimalist mix of simple elegance of the interior has truly a contemporary glamour. The eclectic African fabrics and artworks on white walls look even more amazing by the cool backdrop of the house which is very minimalist by polished concrete on floor surfaces. The tropical elements such as wood decorative materials, rugs, pillows and fabrics provides a rich tactile quality into the interior. The high ceilings, open expansive spaces and large windows welcome daylight in great amount and connects indoor and outdoor space. This house makes the most of a minimalist cozy tropical setting for a lazy comfort just using the most functional elements and decorating by natural materials only. It is tempting don’ t you think so?
The concrete stairs has a sculptural quality by its layered steps and huge African tropcial style vases next to it
The outside of the house is as comfortable as the inside of the house. Large pillows everywhere provides a friendly atmosphere for guests in this summer-house.
The indoor pool in the bedroom is truly a great idea. Large artwork on the wall and fabrics add bright accent color to cool interior.
This livingroom tells a lot about the living style of the house and the residents. It must be a perfect party place suiting perfectly to Ibizan local living style.
The wooden dining table on the natural jute rug and the white Panton chairs around is a true Wabi Sabi style simple and loving.The tree branches leaning against to the curved white wall carries the natural elements with effortless styling.
Weather to concentrate and study or to relax or to party this house is absolutely a charming summer getaway which many of us dream of.
Wishing you a great comfy and creative summer ahead !
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