Beat the Monday blues with our weekly dose of interior design wanderlust. From the hottest hotels to iconic homes, we bring you a curation of interior spaces to inspire your renovation project, fuel your curiosity and maybe even influence your travel plans…

Studio Ashby-designed penthouse, London, UK

The Hoxton Hotel, London, UK

Private house by DF_DC Architects, Lugano, Switzerland

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Private House / @dfdc_architects / Tesserete / CH / Film

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São Lourenço do Barrocal hotel, Monsaraz, Portugal

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☀️ Bom dia from @sao_lourenco_do_barrocal – a farmworkers' community turned low-key-luxury hotel in Portugal’s rural Alentejo region. Here, walls are white-washed (just as they were in 1820 when the place was built) and interiors are perfectly simple. Floors are covered in beautifully faded pale terracotta tiles and the general colour palette is uniformly white with calming Farrow and Ball sage green. I’ve heard it be described as ‘monastic minimalism’, which is cool, but the best part is how José António Uva (think: eighth generation owner of the estate) has decided to showcase hand-picked black and white photographs relating to life on the estate over the past two hundred years. — #invite #saolourencodobarrocal #appetitewithalentejo

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Designer Olivier Abry’s home, Lyon, France

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Home 🌿

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