On the outskirts of Antwerp, Belgium, interior designer Axel Vervoordt furnishes the orangerie of his medieval castle, ‘s-Gravenwezel, with antique pieces and much greenery.
Marni head designer Consuelo Castiglioni placed a Balinese daybed under the eaves of her Formentara, Spain vacation home. The daybed is outfitted with linens by the label.
Photo by François Halard for Vogue.
Photo by Fernando Guerra | FG+SG.
The interior courtyard of the Riad Jaaneman in Marrakech, Morocco personifies bohemian elegance.
In the early 1950s, arts patrons Mr. and Mrs. Sidney F. Brody commissioned Henri Matisse to create a ceramic mural for the courtyard of their Hollywood Hills home. Entitled La Gerbe (The Sheaf), the piece is reflective of the paper cut-outs Matisse made at the end of his career. The couple bequeathed the work to LACMA in 2010.
In this backyard garden by designer Alessandra Branca, black and white textiles lend a polished, graphic element to the setting.
Photo by Erik Otsea via Rizzoli.
The Desert House — fittingly located in Desert Hot Springs, California — was a prefab prototype designed by architecture firm Marmol Radziner.
Photo by Joe Fletcher via Arch Daily.
A patterned cement floor and a high-impact, cantilevered red lounger on this Barcelona patio.
Photo via Apartment Therapy.
A view of Bill Willis‘ pergola — set amid a Madison Cox-designed garden — at Aïn Kassimou, a 19th-century Marrakech villa that was originally built for Leo Tolstoy’s daughter. Marella Agnelli, a former owner, commissioned both projects.
Photo by Pieter Estersohn via Walls: The Best of Decorative Treatments.
Photo by Sølvi dos Santos via Klikk.
Photo by Mark G. Peters for AD Spain.
Photo by Vincent Leroux for Marie Claire Maison.
Photo by Patrick Reynolds via Arch Daily.
Photo via Parco dei Principi.
Photo via Design Skool.
Photo by Amy Archer via Abrams Books.
Photo by Lisa Cohen for Vogue Living Australia.
Another outdoor design by landscape architect Judy Kameon.