From ruins to warm embrace of new owners: cozy transformation of medieval house in Spain

Pedraza is a small but very atmospheric medieval town with stone houses and a long history north of Madrid. There are practically no new buildings here, and the streets look as they did in the 13th century. It was here that the owners of this house decided to move and settle, after living in London for some time. For their family nest, they chose one of the authentic stone cottages, which stood in ruins, and breathed new life into it. We must pay tribute to the architects and owners, who not just rebuilt everything from scratch, but restored the magnificent atmosphere of those times in the house. Design that has successfully stood the test of time!

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Comments: 1
  1. Наталья

    Бра над кроватью как кресты на могиле. Кухня тоже на понравилась Но в целом интерьер дышит.

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