Designer Jasper Conran's Greek getaway, nestled in the stony foothills on the island of Rhodes, celebrates relaxation as a way of life. The compound is centered around two main structures--a brilliantly preserved 16th century dwelling Conran occupies with his partner, and a conjoined 18th century guesthouse. Both feature traditional pebble mosaic floors known as krokalia, thick, white-washed plaster walls, high vaulted ceilings, exposed wood beams, and carved stone facades. Rustic and elemental, the space beautifully captures the island's spirit of raw simplicity. Get inspired with similar items from Lee Stanton by clicking through the galleries below.
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