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Amazing island getaway with rustic-chic styling in Ibiza

This tranquil holiday house was designed with natural and earth elements, interior designed and styled by the Berlin-based designer . This fabulous retreat is located on the island of Ibiza. Ibiza is one of Balearic islands, an archipelago of Spain in the Mediterranean Sea.

Beginning with the outdoor living spaces, the home is surrounding by a raw, natural beauty. Its a tropical paradise you would never want to leave. An expansive swimming pool invites visitors to take a dip and enjoy the tropical weather. Plenty of lounge spaces offers relaxation, spaces to entertain or curl up and take a nap.

From this vantage point, the swimming pool seems to be seamlessly integrated with the landscape. Beautiful, rugged surroundings gives a relaxing vibe to this island retreat.

What We Love: This beautiful Ibizan retreat offers its inhabitants a tranquil place to get away from it all. With raw and earthy aesthetics, there is a lot to love about this vacation home. Everywhere you look there are relaxing spaces to hang out, such as hammocks, lounge chairs and dining spaces. Island living is not hard to take, especially when its as beautiful as Ibiza!

Readers, what do you love about this holiday home? Please leave us your thoughts in the comments at the end of this article. Enjoy the visual tour!

Note: We featured another incredible tropical travel destination in Mykonos, that was also styled by designer Annabell Kutucu. Have a look here in case you missed it: Relaxing beachfront oasis with a Boho vibe: Scorpios Mykonos.

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Vernacular architecture was applied throughout, which can be seen in the natural elements of stone walls, travertine flooring and wooden ceiling beams. A layering of textures, plenty of rusticity and a soothing island feel. A dreamy oasis…

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Photos: Steve Herud

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