Who says you have to go outside to experience nature's best? Our favorite spaces bring the beauty of the outdoors in, with windows that look out to stunning skylines and breathtaking landscapes.
Fashion designer 's Florida living room overlooks the Atlantic Ocean. The vintage chairs are by , the pendant lights are , the OY/YO sculpture is by , and the daybeds were designed by Perry.
Old-world charm can be found both inside this cozy apartment in Paris' 7th arrondissement, and just beyond the living room and bedroom windows.
Paris-based designer Caroline Sarkozy revamped this slope-adjacent Aspen home with linens by Linge au Coeur, a wicker chair by Ron Arad, and artwork by Robert Longo.
The sunroom of this beachside Hamptons home, designed by , features sofa and club chairs by and a high-back chair by .
The panoramic terrace on this quaint Venice apartment offer views of the adjacent canal and Veronese's masterpiece, the Chiesa San Sebastiano.
A meditation room created by architect Fernando Arriaga for a Venezuelan businessman's mountainside retreat is fitted with retractable louvered shutters and white resin floors. The mats and pillows are Balinese, the globe lamp is from , and the floor lamp is by Artemide.
High above the Hollywood Hills, producer Ellen Rakieten's breakfast area features IKEA chairs surrounding a 1970s dining table.
This English countryside home overlooks the River Stour, with chairs available for afternoon relaxation.
The living area of Costis Psycha's home on the Greek island of Therassia overlooks the Aegean Sea.
Six of the seven bedrooms in this Swiss Alps chalet have undisturbed views of the Matterhorn mountain. The lowest of the chalet's three floors features one of the most enviable spa areas found in the Alps, including a sauna, Hammam steam room, a massage room.
In a Danish island home, a Thomas Bo Kastholm daybed and Hans Wegner chair overlook the sea on the small island of Langeland.
In architect Fernando Arriaga's guest room, a concrete bed, an African chair, and a floor of sandblasted marble make the space both minimal and eclectic—but the real drama comes from the wall of glass overlooking Venezuela's lush flora.
Decorator Charlotte Moss's ski home blends updated traditional style with rustic mountain charm. In the master bedroom, an architect's table from looks out on a view of Aspen Mountain.
In this light-filled beach home in Southampton, French doors and transom windows frame picturesque Shinecock Bay. A pair of Doric columns add an elegant classical touch.
In a city known for light, it doesn't get much better than this. Architect Sean McEvoy's rooftop apartment in Paris offers unobstructed views of the cityscape through steel-and-glass windows and doors.
There's no better complement to tea or conversation than a pastoral view. In this serene sitting room in upstate New York, an oversized window looks out on the Hudson River and the Berkshires.
Iranian architect Nasrine Faghih upped the drama in this striking pool house in the French countryside. An array of graphic windows makes a bold contrast against the rolling hills of Provence.
A bird's-eye view of Lower Manhattan serves as a focal point in the spare dining room of a Brooklyn apartment. The wood-and-foil artworks are by , and the Peruvian-walnut radiator cover was designed by .
In a breezy living room in the Hamptons, a wall of windows frames a spectacular view of the ocean.
The private terrace of this Trastevere-area apartment looks out onto what is arguably Rome's most important monument, the Colosseum.