All posts with tag:spanish style

Traditional white facade with a red-tiled roof, blue windows and shutters, arches, and cozy balconies, this beautiful 1920 villa in Los Angeles shows with its entire appearance the enormous influence of the Spanish style on the architecture of local homes. When we get inside, the associations only increase – the spirit of the colonial past…

Designer Paula Duarte has created a bright home for her family with wooden elements and natural textiles and decor. The main place in the house is the combined space of the kitchen, living room and dining room. Warm gray walls add coziness and soften the reddish tones of the floor, while yellow and beige textiles…

This house an hour’s drive from Madrid, like a phoenix rising from the ashes, got a wonderful new life after being almost completely destroyed by fire. For two decades, the building stood abandoned in ruins, but one family drew attention to it and was imbued with its history. Since then, a long, but such a…

When it comes to creating a warm, cozy and natural mood in an interior, the Spaniards have no equal here. Their houses and apartments are always filled with the sun and warming decor and textiles, from the very sight of which the soul you feel good. This home in the suburbs of Barcelona was created…

Since today is a bright and festive day, we are pleased to share such a wonderful home in Madrid. This is an elegant apartment in an old house, decorated in soft and light pastel colors, and with wonderful Christmas decor. In such a noble and sophisticated setting, one should ask for a restrained, sophisticated festive…

From the outside, this summer house in Majorca is rather modest, but the pool and beautiful views for many kilometers are really intriguing. The truth is, that inside it feels much more spacious and spectacular than you originally thought – all thanks to a skillful renovation by the local studio LF91. Warm and laconic modern…

To create a dream home, the designer Montse Morales had to buy two side-by-side small houses and combine them into a large one. The first thing she did after the purchase was to demolish the wall that separated the two buildings and ended up with a wonderful bright open space. As for the decor, here…

Built in the 1950s in El Rocío, Spain, this home has recently been restored. Original terracotta tiles and shades of gray complement the decor in soothing sandy tones. Reed, rattan and wood create a modern look and soften the black color of the window frames. As is often the case in Spanish interiors, ceramics by…

Spanish interiors are always synonymous with sun and warmth, whether it is an old house or a chic apartment in Barcelona. Today we have a lovely bright private house in the suburbs of Madrid, which was built several years ago. Nevertheless, the designer tried to create a timeless atmosphere inside, adding massive wooden beams, antique…

This California home recently experienced a devastating flood. The owners had to replace the floors in all rooms, rebuild the kitchen, repaint the walls and buy new furniture and decor. They wanted to return the house to its former splendor and dreamed of simple but expressive interiors. The floor in almost all rooms was laid…