WHITE, WOODEN AND WITH A GARDEN, WHAT A TASTE OF HOME!

They had in their favor a garden full of trees and super windows to enjoy the views. It remained to open the house and let in the light. Thus they succeeded.

DSC6442B.  The living room

ONE.

THE LIVING ROOM

The owners wanted a more Mediterranean air, in keeping with the environment in which this house is located, on the outskirts of Barcelona. They had a lot going for them, with those huge windows in the living room, which fill it with light and life, and the architect Mónica Recoder opted for another infallible trick: the color white, always a winner. 

Sofas and table from Arkitektura. Cushions by Luderna Design, Lo de Manuela and La Maison. Plaids from Zara Home and La Maison. 

DSC6497.  Sitting area

TWO.

SITTING AREA

They closed the fireplace with a sliding security door and embedded it in a brick shelf that takes advantage of the corner. 

Armchairs and carpet by Mercader de Venecia with cushions by Sacum and Luderna Design. Side table from La Maison. Zara Home basket.

DSC6894.  With wood to line the walls

3.

WITH WOOD TO LINE THE WALLS

To soften the appearance of the living room, washed-look wood for floors, furniture and many fiber details. Like the rugs, baskets and wicker lamps in the dining room, hand painted in two colors.  

DSC6972.  Open kitchen

FOUR.

OPEN KITCHEN

The most important intervention was to open the kitchen to the living room and dining room. This is now the true heart of the house. And even the floor points it out: the aged, gray-stained oak flooring is placed with a set of shapes that creates a frame around the island and the office table.

IN the office: linen tablecloth and jug from Zara Home. Sacum vases and baskets. Cushions from Sac de Roba.  

DSC7190B.  The open kitchen integrates great into the house

5.

THE OPEN KITCHEN INTEGRATES GREAT INTO THE HOUSE

To open the kitchen, partitions and a master wall had to be knocked down and the entire space planned with one goal: to enhance the views. “We organized the kitchen with floor-ceiling cabinets on the wall facing away from the sea and we put the island facing the garden and the sea, so it is more enjoyable!”, Says the architect Mónica Recoder. 

00505466. Have you noticed the wooden niches?

6.

HAVE YOU NOTICED THE WOODEN NICHES?

The definitive detail is the wooden niches, which create a very cozy atmosphere combined with the white of the walls, also lined. They are grooved and painted MDF boards. The architect already said it: white and wood, a sure hit. 

On the island: Hand-painted lamps from Pipas Deco. Carolina Blue wooden boards and apron. Rags from Zara Home. 

DSC7096 person.  Passage area

7.

PASSAGE AREA

 

The floor is a solid light gray stained oak platform, Prestige model by Parquets Nadal. Carpet from Zara Home

DSC7249.  The bedroom

8.

THE BEDROOM

Headboard and stool hand painted by Pipas Deco. La Maison duvet, plaid and bedspread. Luderna Design and Mercader de Venecia cushions. 

DSC7296-2.  Next to the bed

9.

NEXT TO THE BED

Ikea mirror. Merchant of Venice coffee table. Sacum Lamp. Carolina Blue vases and stool. 

DSC7395-2.  Bathroom

10.

BATHROOM

It is made of polished concrete painted gray. Linen towels and soaps from Carolina Blue. 

DSC6241.  The porch

ELEVEN.

THE PORCH

Antique wicker sofas and table painted by Pipas Deco. La Maison cushions. Wooden armchair from Merc & Cia.

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