Interior design project in an independent villa with a plot and private pool, with architecture of clear and modern lines with a touch of stone on the facade, high ceilings and large panoramic windows that provide the house with a large amount of natural light. The materials used combine porcelain stoneware and wood on the floor.
The client’s priority was to “feel at home”, bearing in mind that this home is not their first residence and that their purpose was to spend short periods of time over there during the year. This led us to select warm materials, washable upholstery, and simple furniture with clean, straight lines. Our objective when developing the interior design project was to achieve an open and spacious environment, without unnecessary elements that would break the harmony achieved, and to enhance the connection between the spacious living room open to the kitchen and the wonderful outdoor area with pool and refined garden.
Regarding the range of colors, we selected neutral colors, with little saturated warm touches such as the range of pastels, and some brushstrokes of black. The natural elements were not lacking in this project; noble woods such as beech or oak provided warmth to the house. We made sure the curtains were not thick so that the interior flowed with the exterior, linen, cotton, etc. And the plants completed the natural character that we were looking for so much.