Country house and natural materials are just made for each other: the owners of this home in Spain chose just this combination, and they did it right! However, in pursuit of naturalness, it is important not to make the interior too boring and old-fashioned. Here, this issue was solved with the help of bright furniture, unusual objects and paintings, they made a great friendship with flax, wool, wood and natural stone tiles. At the same time, color choice is very bold: fuchsia, lemon, orange, red and turquoise. Perhaps, the country house in the 21st century should look like this. Bravo!
Usually, an average city apartment has one balcony or a maximum of two, but in this Spanish apartment, there are as many as 7 of them! The thing is in the gorgeous historical architecture of the building in the center of Madrid, which was designed with many small French-style balconies throughout the facade. Interestingly, the interiors have a clear Scandinavian feel, with its minimalism and contrasts, although there are also elements of French and Spanish aesthetic. Wonderful city home!
Interiors of this magical beach house on the island of Mallorca is like a continuation of the local seascapes. Furniture of a gentle blue color symbolizes the sea itself, which here is an integral part of the design. And the white color, that prevails in the design, blurs the line between the interior and nature, adds airiness and lightness. And this bedroom with an incredible view is just a dream!
The ideal interior in our understanding is when the first-class design meets magnificent architecture. This is what happened in one apartment in Barcelona: here we have gorgeous space, plenty of natural light, and a great sense of style by designers from Meritxell Ribe. Enjoy!
This incredibly airy and stylish mini-hotel with seven rooms is located in Sitges, Spain. The white interiors incorporate elements of several styles: Scandinavian, Mediterranean and Boho. The space is not overloaded with furniture and details, which creates a lot of light and air. In addition to the veranda on the second floor, there is a magnificent terrace with a swimming pool that resembles a Moroccan riad. An ideal place to relax in the Mediterranean!
This old stone townhouse on the island of Mallorca impresses with its modern interiors inspired by the Scandinavian style, as well as a cozy inner patio with a swimming pool. The home is now for sale and, according to the owner, is perfect for a family that loves beach holidays (the turquoise sea is within walking distance), but also appreciates the magnificent historical architecture. Let’s walk through the rooms of this wonderful house!
The design of this spacious home in the heart of Barcelona can be described as “a playful summer mood in a beautiful mordernist building.” The base of the apartment pays tribute to the house’s historical past – beautiful stucco and cool Spanish floor tiles ennoble the space. The decoration of the interiors is bright, modern, minimalistic, with an abundance of wood to create an even warmer atmosphere. Beautiful and cheerful home!
This luxury apartment in Barcelona is first and foremost striking with a large collection of paintings – all the pieces are bright and extraordinary, and have a special place in this home. Thanks to the classic forms and white color, it was possible to find a perfect mix “ludicrous” and “too boring”. The large white and gold bathroom attracts special attention as it’s glamour and gorgeous.
Only the bright orange facade of the house tells this house is located on the Mediterranean coast. Inside interiors of this villa in Begur, Spain, are very calm – the owners were inspired by houses in the American Hamptons. Therefore, the interior spaces are entirely beige and of milky shades in combination with wood and rare color accents. Of course, there were pieces of sea style decor – fish, anchors, surfs and wicker furniture. Cozy and inspiring design!
When the current owner first came to this Spanish farm of the 19th century, there were only ruins. The house and the interior had to be rebuilt by bit. The renovation took a long time, but all the efforts were worth it – now it’s a stunning rustic house with light and airy interiors. It seems that in this farm time has stopped as the home is an excellent combination of antiquity and comfort.