1. SHELTERED BY WOOD AND FABRICS
The interior designers wanted to look for a natural feeling that would harmonize with the landscape. The house has a very nice natural oak that is the base. Putting little furniture and enhancing the sensations playing with natural textures and fabrics was a fantastic idea. And also with the wallpaper, like the one on the living room wall.
2. THE FIREPLACE: FOCAL POINT OF THE LIVING ROOM
If there is an essential element in the rustic style, it is the fireplace. Like the one that this house looks like in the corner in this room and that allows both the living area and the dining room to enjoy the burning fire. Neutral tones are the basis of all environments. Did you know that the owners bought this house off-plan?
3. A HOUSE TO LIVE NATURALLY
With simplicity and in contact with nature. With this objective in mind, this country house has been decorated that uses white, wood, and natural fibers in its decoration, combined in all rooms. Without a doubt, the star of the living room is the large brick fireplace that occupies a central place.
4. AN EXTRA LIGHT INSIDE: LIVING ROOM WITH VIEWS
The large windows bring light into the living room and connect with the outside thanks to their height, adapted in peak to the shape of the facade and the roof. Do you want to visit the whole house?
5. WITH FRENCH AIR AND A LOT OF CHARM
Charm is what the decoration has, with a vaguely French air that blends perfectly with the country. The large windows fill everything with light. You are invited, you happen!
6. FROM HAYSTACK TO RUSTIC ONE-STORY HOUSE
From Madrid to Empordà, the owner of this house escapes whenever she can. He found this old haystack, fell in love, and has made it his refuge. It is located on the edge of the town, hence its magnificent views of the countryside and the mountains.
7. AN OLD RECTORY CONVERTED INTO HOUSING
With a lot of history, this is how this rustic house is decorated. The wooden beam ceilings and stone walls with the canvas on which to shape a simple but very country decoration: the sofas with covers and the coffee table stand out in the living room.
8. LIVING ROOM AND DINING ROOM AT TWO HEIGHTS
Inside the house, the living room and dining room are arranged on two levels, separated by a low wall. The vaults of the ceiling painted in white are striking, which contrasts with the stone of the walls.
9. A COMFORTABLE AND RUSTIC DINING ROOM ON THE PORCH
The large covered porch, open by arches to the garden, allows use for many months of the year. Here a large dining room with a wooden table has been created. In the background, a built-in barbecue, with a smooth concrete top and low cabinets with recycled wood fronts.
10. A VERY WARM DINING ROOM
The reddish tones and boilers are closely linked to the more traditional rustic style, which is seen in the dining room of this house, with wooden chairs and tables. Both the floor and the wooden beams are from demolition tents. The table was made by a local carpenter, with an iron frame brought from Morocco.