With nights closing in and interiors like these, why resist the urge to stay indoors?
A beautiful hiding place and creative retreat, this house is perfect for nesting — a contemplative space, with stone lending color and texture, and wood adding warmth and depth.
Stay inside and take in the views… And this elegant Italian lodge, high up in the Dolomites, has views for days. As well as an honesty cellar filled with wines from the vineyards of the South Tyrol.
A house that’s big enough for everyone but secluded enough to enjoy in peace. Perched on a hill north of Barcelona, Puig Castellar has spectacular 360-degree views of the Montseny Nature Park.
Tucked away among the rolling hills of Siena’s Chianti region, this converted farm building is surrounded by olive groves, vineyards, woodland and a garden filled with herbs, succulents and seasonal flowers. Perfect seclusion…
Bold and unique, this historic apartment has a rich color palette of black, off-whites and warm brown woods, creating quiet intimacy, with vibrant city vistas. Stay inside and drink in the views.
History, nature and simple modern design come together perfectly in this converted stable, with its six-meter ceilings, bright natural light, and windows looking out over a 12th-century church.
Chic contemporary style has been infused into the lovely old bones of this stable and farmhouse. From the terrace, enjoy panoramic views of the countryside, with the snowy peaks of the Pyrenees on the horizon.
Designed with warmth and sophistication, Dun Aluinn blends traditional 19th-century refinement with contemporary style — and sweeping views across the countryside to the fairy hill of the Caledonians, Schiehallion. Soak it in.
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