Each week, we share the most gorgeous, inspiring and coolest interiors that we’ve come across in the past few days. Here comes some perfect eye candy to browse through while sipping your Saturday morning coffee, which you can also use as inspiration for your own homes. In this week’s selection, less is more: instead of colors and shapes, materials and textures take the stage. Warm wood paneling, terracotta and concrete, lush textiles—in the middle of the Californian desert or on a Spanish island.
Spacious home from an apartment crisscrossed with hallways | RRIO | Barcelona, Spain
Moroccan meets Scandinavian in this loft | London, Great Britain
Minimalism in the desert | Mila Morris and Jøna Maaryn | Yucca Valley, California, USA
Simple summer house in the middle of the island | Marià Castelló | Formentera, Spain
Sleepy beiges and arched shapes | Kanstantsin Remez | Minsk, Belarus
Family home in an industrial environment | EAT | Melbourne, Australia
(Cover photo: summer home in Formentera)