Off the Mediterranean coast of Spain, is one of Europe’s most iconic islands: Mallorca. Known for its deep blue coves, rocky cliffs, and charged nightlife, this Spanish isle is a coveted destination for both locals and tourists. But what makes it truly special is its unique mix stylistic influences: slightly less bohemian than its fellow Balearic neighbor Ibiza, Mallorca merges Mediterranean simplicity with centuries of history and a touch of modernism. It’s all about natural materials that wear well with time.
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- Alpaca Pillow, $285-$300, L’Aviva Home: simple stripes make up the only pattern often seen in the homes of Mallorca. This neutral pillow has just enough visual weight to break up a primarily white canvas.
- Faux Tuscan Olive Stem, $75, McGee & Co: for those of us that don’t have a green thumb, these faux olive stems bring a dose of the Mediterranean without worrying about the maintenance.
- Ceramic Table Lamp, $1,400, Danny Kaplan: it’s important to bring in handmade elements into the mix. This lamp by potter Danny Kaplan adds a modernist touch to a simple space.
- Market Basket, $50, Tine K Home: whether you use it to go shopping at your local market or as a way to add stylish storage to your home, a woven market basket like this one exudes Mallorca’s casual sophistication.
- Lantern, $60, Tine K Home: Spanish life is all about enjoying small moments in good company. This lantern will help set the mood during those long summer evenings with a glass of chilled white wine in hand.
- Bilson Nightstand, $1,405, CFC: those that reside and vacation in Mallorca are all about simple sophistication. This classic nightstand will add a classic touch.
- Temoyan Blanket, $345-$440, L’Aviva Home: historically the island was a producer of textiles that have a simple nubby cotton weave. These Mexican blankets replicate the same style.
- Boat Stripe Napkins, $50 set of 2, Caravan: forget plates, these napkins are perfect for an informal dinner of tapas.
- Heloisa Lounge Chair, $495, Lulu & Georgia: inside or out, this mid-century rattan chair channels the island’s casual vibe.