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And although this summer villa on the island of Mallorca was built recently and from scratch, the architects managed to recreate the atmosphere of local traditional homes in its design. All the signature attributes of the island style are here: wooden beams, stone paving on the walls, a lot of wood. The choice of furniture…

This house near Barcelona is very tiny and can accommodate only two people, as there is only one bedroom. But thanks to the open layout and direct connection with nature through the sliding glass wall, the space seems huge, because in the warm season (which is almost always here), the access to the garden is…

This Madrid apartment does not look like a Spanish home at all, it rather incorporates the features of various modern European styles. One of the main design elements is the concrete columns and beams, which add a touch of industrial style. The modern minimalist kitchen in green is something more from Parisian interiors, while the…

When you look at the interiors of this apartment, it may immediately seem that we are talking about Stockholm or Goteborg – we have many examples of design from these most famous Swedish cities on the blog. But no, this is an attic home in the heart of Madrid, and the Scandinavian trace in its…

Spanish interiors are almost always synonymous with warmth, sun, summer and freshness. All these epithets can be fully used in describing the interiors of this beautiful apartment in Valencia. Light base colors and warm accents only enhance the abundant natural light that literally pours into the interiors through large windows. One of the main features…

This Barcelona apartment is located in a modern residential building, hence the glass walls and the plain rectangular shape of the spaces. At the same time, for decor, the designers chose furniture in a neutral, timeless style – to make the boring modern space feel more cozy and warm. We see this style of decoration…

In this Madrid apartment, historical details, industrial elements and a colorful palette are intertwined in one interesting and unusual combination. Designers actively used rich and juicy shades: yellow metal columns, red curtains and tiles, bright blue chairs. And if we also take into account the unusual configuration of spaces and the shape of the rooms,…

Thanks to the Spaniards for the fact that they so honor and protect their historical architectural heritage, so we can at least virtually travel to past centuries and find out how people lived before. Just take a look at this magnificent old mansion of the 17th century in the medieval town of Pedraza in the…

Although this apartment is located in an elegant building of the 19th century in Madrid, until recently its interiors could not boast of any outstanding characteristics. Of course, large windows overlooking the inner park were a good advantage, but there were no beautiful classical stucco, no preserved wooden parquet, no beams or columns. Therefore, during…

This old stone cottage in the Cantabria region of Spain has not lost its charm for the last couple of hundred years. During the recent reconstruction, the owners completely preserved the magnificent foundation: stone walls, massive wooden beams and columns (although painted white), and the historical facade. Furniture and decor were also selected in order…