To keep a rural house alive and turn it into a rustic home, which otherwise would have deteriorated at the mercy of inclement weather, says it all. This is a fantastic transformation of a home that’s full of stories and much love, which has been given a second chance to witness new stories, families, and friends that stay in it.
The host tells how the domestic animals slept on the ground floor, which helped the family with the daily work of the fields; on the second floor was the kitchen, the heart of the house, where the old marble sink and wooden frames have been preserved; and upstairs in the attic, trunks of souvenirs were kept and the sausages from the slaughter hung on the rafters to blow themselves up.
As you can see, the rustic style is combined with Nordic, warm, bright, cozy, spacious, pulling minimalism, giving prominence to the place, the materials, and the environment. In the reform, clay floors were recovered and used as sills. Each room and bathroom is different and they have an antique piece of furniture that belonged to the old house.
We already have it on our wish list to go in the future, when we make a gastronomic route through that beautiful land.