When a couple decided to move from the stylish, but noisy Amsterdam to a more peaceful place, they knew exactly what they wanted: it should have been a quiet province home far from crowded places. But finding a house of their dreams was not that simple: they looked at lots of objects in Italy and France. In the end, the choice fell on a charming country house in the mountains in the south of Spain in the Magala province. The home simply drowns in the greenery that gives such an enjoyable shadow on hot summer days.
“Kitchen is a heart of the house” – that’s what this lovely kitchen in one Spanish country house is all about. Looking at the images, it’s so easy to imagine a happy family who gathered at a cozy dining table by the large and beautiful window overlooking the garden. Maybe the space is not really huge, but there is a lot of warmth and soulfulness in this interior. Amazing!
If there is such a thing as “summer interior”, then this house in Barcelona is what it stands for. Different shades of yellow and green in decor and textiles give only warm emotions and create summer mood. Abundant natural wood also adds a lot of warmth and coziness. And private yard and sunny terrace with a pool are simply stunning.
It is hard to imagine more heartfelt and cozy home than this magnificent stone house in northern Spain. And its splendor lies in the country simplicity and naturalness: only natural materials in decoration (wood, stone), old family decor, which is so important to the owners, a lot of cozy textiles. A place where harmony resides and where the whole family can enjoy life!
The whole family was involved in the reconstruction of this old apartment in Valencia – the owner’s brother has a design bureau that carried all the works. The home was bought in poor condition, the interior was dark, and the layout was not suitable. But after the renovation, the apartment literally blossomed, the rooms were filled with light and old objects acquired a new life. During the renovation, the owners carefully preserved the original tiles and gorgeous wooden doors. At the same time, both tiles and doors did not just complement the new interior but became its main highlight. Also, the designer perfectly played with wood, glass, and brick – these elements perfectly add to a minimalist style. Wonderful!
This stunning stone villa in a quiet medieval village near Barcelona amazes in every way. First of all, you are amazed to see the magnificent stone facade of a building that was built almost 200 years ago and was used for a long time as a farmhouse. Then, getting inside, it’s amazing to find such modern minimalistic interiors, harmoniously inscribed in the old frame of the building. Well, finally, the views that open from virtually every corner of the house are just wonderful.
A small but cozy private terrace was the first thing that caught the eyes of the future owners Martha and her daughter Ines and what made them fall in love with this apartment. The home could not offer a big space, but the terrace and the opportunity to swim in the sun’s rays were simply subdued. With the help of classical furniture, vintage details, and a delicate pastel palette, this flat became a lovely girls’ dwelling.
Kids rooms by Zara Home are always beautiful, tender and stylish. Despite the standard division ‘pink for girls, blue for boys’, pastel tones in the new kids collection for 2017 are fresh and cool, and their combination with various original prints make these interiors so soft and sweet. As always, great job by Spanish designers!
Ideal summer villa, by all means, should have a swimming pool, a veranda, and a stunning view. It is the case with this wonderful summer rental house in Mallorca, which, by the way, belongs to the famous Richard Branson, but can be rented by anyone. The villa is designed for 10 guests. In addition to 5 bedrooms, there is a heated swimming pool, spacious bathrooms and numerous terraces. The beach can be reached on foot in about 20 minutes. Great home in a stunning setting!
Despite the raw industrial touches to the interiors, this apartment in Barcelona looks bright and cheerful. The wood of warm tones, colorful textiles, tiles with an active pattern, blue lights and decor – all of this creates an excellent mix and summer mood. A wonderful combination of contrasts!