This week's roundup from Pinterest finds homes that borrow from their rural locations and use natural materials, including a 19th-century barn conversion in rural Germany and a Barcelona apartment with exposed stone walls.
Piles of firewood and a worn wooden workbench are contrasted with stark white walls and pared-back monochrome furnishings inside this renovated Victorian house in London by Threefold Architects.
Architectura G left stone walls exposed in this renovation of an old Spanish farmhouse, which features a tile-covered kitchen, a spiral staircase and a secluded swimming pool.
This stripped-back holiday home is situated in a 19th-century farmhouse. Paris studio Septembre whitewashed its walls with lime plaster, and left wooden lintels, beams and rafters exposed for a natural aesthetic.
A neutral colour palette, tactile sheepskin throws and simple wooden surfaces were chosen by Scott & Scott to connect this Vancouver property with its forest setting at the base of Grouse Mountain.
Designer Xu Fu-Min borrowed from the surrounding mountain landscape for this house in southeast China, incorporating a large stone into the bathroom and using natural materials and organic forms in the furnishings.
Art and ceramics are displayed along a wall of wooden shelves in this house that architect Neil Dusheiko has renovated for his father-in-law. It features dark wooden furnishings and terracotta tiles in the extended kitchen.
For the conversion of this 19th-century barn in rural Germany, Thomas Kroeger left a network of original wooden trusses intact to accentuate the new guesthouse's double-height living spaces.
Sergi Pons exposed original stone walls and wooden beams in this renovation of an open-plan apartment in Barcelona, and added a white living cube containing the kitchen and lounge.
This Grade-II listed brick building originally owned by a Victorian painter has undergone a contemporary makeover by Sevil Peach, who complemented oak ceiling beams with peach-hued furnishings.
This plant-filled loft apartment in Brooklyn references its industrial past. Local studio General Assembly exposed the chunky wooden ceiling and added thick rugs and mismatched furniture.