All posts with tag:Spain

This summer villa on the Spanish island of Menorca is a real treasure! Summer homes usually do not offer some interesting and unique interior design, but in this case, the inner spaces are designed in a fresh and such wonderful way, so you would want to study every inch of the photographs for hours. The…

This small Spanish villa in the Costa Brava region literally looms over the sea. The main inspiration for the design was natural materials: stone, straw, wood. The main architectural feature of th ehome – wooden beamed ceilings that connect the whole image together and emphasize the theme of ecology and closeness to nature. The kitchen…

The stunning space of this loft in a quiet central area of ​​Madrid is impressive at first glance: the apartment is located on the last two floors of a unique historic building, some architectural features of which have been carefully preserved and harmoniously integrated into the new design. The luxurious open living room boasts high…

This house in Spain painted in the color of red orange from the outside – a real sip of summer mood. Red shades, but in a more restrained form, were embodied in interiors on the first floor. They complemented by mustard and orange colors, as well as textiles and objects with geometric prints. The second…

This small house in Cadiz, in the south of Spain, is full of incredible energy and joy. In addition to the traditional Mediterranean style of milk and beige tones, the interiors are decorated with juicy patches of pink, yellow, green and blue. The living room has interesting pink armchairs, and the bedroom’s windows overlook the…

Green is a great way to liven up an interior without dramatic changes. The owners of this apartment in Madrid think exactly in this way. City homes often lack easy atmosphere and a relaxed mood, and green touches can add all of this. They are perfectly combined with white and beige tones and wood, at…

The biggest inspiration in old European apartments is their glorious architecture. This apartment in Barcelona is located in a house built in early 20th century, and from that time it inherited gorgeous ceilings. The designer decided to play on the contrast and mixed classic paintings and stucco with modern minimalist furniture and laconic decor. And…

This small beach house on the Spanish coast has one important advantage compared to the neighboring holiday houses, and it is privacy. Despite the location almost at the very water, the owners can drink their morning coffee on the own terrace in almost complete privacy and silence – the house has taken a favorable place…

The windows of this apartment in Barcelona look directly onto a real piece of architectural art – the magnificent House Calvet, designed by the famous Gaudi. The houses are really very close to each other, so that the owners of the apartment can spend hours watching the intricate curves and unique lines of this remarkable…

Designers that worked on the interior design of this Barcelona home decided to dilute the modern furnishing with classic moldings and windows. Traditional notes are also seen in some items of lighting and furniture, although clean minimalist lines still prevail in the design. An interesting solution was done for the beds – they seem to…