Inspiration comes in a multitude of sizes shapes and styles and you do not always need millions of dollars to find that tranquil inspiring refuge. While we already looked at one such soothing home today this simple and in the woods explores an entirely different direction.
The small town of is often popular among travel enthusiasts as the southernmost point of the European mainland. Ancient Roman ruins still stand tall in this scenic part of Cadiz and often are as much a source of historic facts as many unsubstantiated myths and legends.
Renovating a house built in the 60s or the 70s into an efficient contemporary structure is a task that is difficult enough but transforming a 200-year-old factory into a chic modern residence truly takes special skill and loads of creativity.
To travel to Ibiza is to visit everyone’s version of paradise – whether you’re a gastronomic adventurer a navigator of the azure sea a pleasure seeker or enjoying time with the whole family the island has it all.
Apart from the central gourmet kitchen and the serene water feature outside it is the 5-star master suite that really steals the show with its amazing oriental style luxurious four-poster bed and a bath that evokes the memories of a soothing spa.
A tiny kids’ bedroom with a couple of beds and another cozy bedroom for adults complete the lovely cabin. Smart shelves wall-mounted cabinets and the clever use of mirrors to create additional visual space ensures that you never feel cramped inside this natural retreat.
This scintillating synthesis is perfectly captured at Na Xamena designed by celebrated Valencia-based architect Ramon Esteve. The property which has been deservedly featured in fashion magazine and website photoshoots features harmonious clean lines reflecting the all-encompassing sky and sea. Its 14m infinity pool merges with the Mediterranean sea on the north of the island and the playful aesthetic is entirely in tune with this holiday-maker’s haven.