All posts with tag:stone house

The designers who worked on the project to remodel this farmhouse in Spain did an excellent job: they created a modern home while retaining the spirit of a country mansion and elements of country life. The main role here belongs to the white color, which amazingly transformed and cleaned the space. The original masonry and…

It should come as no surprise that some walls of this beach house in the famous Mexican resort of Cabo San Lucas are painted pink, which is one of the popular colors in local culture and can be found in traditional women’s carnival dresses. And we must say that such a color scheme relaxes, cheers…

This Sydney home surprises with its unexpected contrasts and interesting combinations. It is worth starting with the fact that the house itself is unique and very different from the typical buildings of the city – this is a historical townhouse of the 19th century, which once housed a corner store. The peculiarity of its architecture…

Not every modern home is minimal in style, sometimes you can find majestic classics, albeit its modern version. This is how this house, reminiscent of a small castle, in Alabama turned out. The tone of interior design is set by a stone facade, arched windows and a natural palette of gray, milky and sandy shades….

They usually say about such homes, ‘created for enjoying nature.’ The architects simply perfectly integrated the villa into the local landscape: a one-storey stone structure that does not exceed the height of trees, calm tones of the facade, merging with the colors of the vegetation, simple but beautiful lines. In addition, almost all rooms have…

The unique architecture of the complex, which houses this holiday apartment in Mexico, evokes associations with some exotic palace from fairy tales: cascades of arches, hidden courtyards, lush vegetation. Only modern black industrial-style windows give the building’s modern character. The interiors are also impressive: the stylish open space with beams is decorated with natural materials…

This home in Mexico was originally designed as a weekend getaway rather than a permanent home. Therefore, the architect relied on communication and relaxation areas for a large company: hence the spacious kitchen, an abundance of sofa areas and secluded corners with tables and chairs. The house consists of three volumes with pitched roofs: the…