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From island cottages to city homes, these three Spanish abodes offer plenty of inspiration for anything from incorporating more color into your space to integrating your home into its natural surroundings.
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   Rug Designer Nani Marquina's Serene Home in IbizaIn the living room, a pair of kilim-covered chairs by Philippe Xerri, a chest of drawers by Piet Hein Eek, and a handmade Tunisian rug provide bursts of color amidst the overall scheme of white, ecru, and cream.Photo by: Albert Font  Photo by: Albert Font

     

    Rug Designer Nani Marquina's Serene Home in Ibiza

    In the living room, a pair of kilim-covered chairs by Philippe Xerri, a chest of drawers by Piet Hein Eek, and a handmade Tunisian rug provide bursts of color amidst the overall scheme of white, ecru, and cream.

    Photo by: Albert Font

    Photo by: Albert Font

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  Rug Designer Nani Marquina's Serene Home in IbizaIn the living room, a pair of kilim-covered chairs by Philippe Xerri, a chest of drawers by Piet Hein Eek, and a handmade Tunisian rug provide bursts of color amidst the overall scheme of white, ecru, and cream.Photo by: Albert Font  Photo by: Albert Font

    Rug Designer Nani Marquina's Serene Home in Ibiza

    In the living room, a pair of kilim-covered chairs by Philippe Xerri, a chest of drawers by Piet Hein Eek, and a handmade Tunisian rug provide bursts of color amidst the overall scheme of white, ecru, and cream.

    Photo by: Albert Font

    Photo by: Albert Font

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  On the RocksBuilt into the coastal rocks of the Canary Island of Tenerife, the natural ceiling is a striking feature of this wooden, waterfront cottage. Photo by: Gunnar Knechtel  Photo by: Gunnar KnechtelCourtesy of: Gunnar Knechtel

    On the Rocks

    Built into the coastal rocks of the Canary Island of Tenerife, the natural ceiling is a striking feature of this wooden, waterfront cottage. 

    Photo by: Gunnar Knechtel

    Photo by: Gunnar Knechtel

    Courtesy of: Gunnar Knechtel

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  Designer Jaime Hayon's Renovated Home in SpainThe Valencia flat of designer Jaime Hayon and photographer Nienke Klunder is filled with many of Hayon's own designs as well as vintage finds. "You need contrast," says Hayon, when it comes to materials or color. Photo by: Nienke Klunder  Photo by: Nienke Klunder

    Designer Jaime Hayon's Renovated Home in Spain

    The Valencia flat of designer Jaime Hayon and photographer Nienke Klunder is filled with many of Hayon's own designs as well as vintage finds. "You need contrast," says Hayon, when it comes to materials or color. 

    Photo by: Nienke Klunder

    Photo by: Nienke Klunder

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   Designer Jaime Hayon's Renovated Home in SpainHayon and Klunder’s nearby studio is an appealing place to work, with its high ceilings and historic cement tile floors.Photo by: Nienke Klunder  Photo by: Nienke Klunder

     

    Designer Jaime Hayon's Renovated Home in Spain

    Hayon and Klunder’s nearby studio is an appealing place to work, with its high ceilings and historic cement tile floors.

    Photo by: Nienke Klunder

    Photo by: Nienke Klunder

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   On the RocksCave dwelling so near the seemingly endless blue water has a distinctly no-frills vibe, but it’s hard to argue with the view. Photo by: Gunnar Knechtel  Photo by: Gunnar KnechtelCourtesy of: Gunnar Knechtel

     

    On the Rocks

    Cave dwelling so near the seemingly endless blue water has a distinctly no-frills vibe, but it’s hard to argue with the view. 

    Photo by: Gunnar Knechtel

    Photo by: Gunnar Knechtel

    Courtesy of: Gunnar Knechtel

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