Building something like this perfect Mediterranean refuge would be impossible today: the Coastal Law makes each of the 51 square meters of this beachfront apartment on the Costa Brava a true treasure. If it comes with another 31 terraces and with the possibility of winning a room in the loft (because it is on the top floor of the building), the value is incalculable.
Reforming this original property from the 70s was not easy. The interior designers talked for hours with the clients and understood that the most important thing for them was the light and the sea views, that’s why they gave them priority: from the terrace to the bed in the master bedroom you can see the water.
THE SEA SEEPS INTO THE HOUSE
Lined in wood and with an almost complete kitchen (laundry included!), The terrace flows with the living room: when the French windows are open, only the gauze curtains mark where one begins and the other ends.
In the living room, nothing obstructs the views over the sea, and the Mediterranean character has been enhanced with white walls, blue and turquoise details, and lots of natural fiber furniture.
The interior designer designed most of the furniture in the house, such as the ingenious oak bench and chest of drawers in the dining room, which functions both as a seat and storage and as a step for the new staircase.
VIEWS ARE EVERYTHING
The interior designer and the architect created this iron and glass partition that separates the living room from the kitchen but allows those who are cooking to continue to see the sea.
THEY ARE FROM SEA
Leaving the kitchen behind, you enter the master bedroom, which is closed with a stripped and sliding Majorcan door. The detail of being able to hide the door in the wall is great.
And another brilliant idea can be found in the bathroom: above the bedroom sink, there is a mirror suspended from some sailor ropes, which allows the sea to be seen from this room as well.