A Simple House Outside But With A Unique Style In!
We move today on the Lisbon coast to see the renovation of a house made by the architects of the study Pedro Quintela. The organization of the interior spaces was marked by the opening and constructed through the use of warm materials such as wood and enriched by the use of accent lighting in unusual corners of the house, in a harmonious contrast with the light-toned walls in white and beige. The result is, as we shall see, a very bright house inside, organically included in a rustic outdoor setting dominated by white surfaces and exposed stone. Let’s see the result.
A rustic house
In this overview of the exterior we can see that the house was built on the original rustic structure with stone walls kept out on the perimeter walls, built with white concrete walls. The original rustic property was so valued http://sahatihotel.com/hotel-pasar-minggu-jakarta-selatan, and we will see how even the interiors have been supplemented and revised in this sense, finding an admirable balance.
A good first impression
The configuration of the house immediately presented the features that will be developed in all indoor environments. The solid wood dominates, painted in a neutral manner that emerge in all their beauty, texture and grain, sending a familiar warmth. The exposed beams on the ceiling and the floor in sight axes are integrated with finishing concrete walls, to resume the exterior. The rustic style is enhanced by the new lighting, which starts from the bottom, to unusual angles.
A nice place to cook
The supporting structures of the house become decorative elements, columns and wooden floors as in the case of the kitchen, wrap around the space, combining functionality and decoration. The organization of the fluid and enveloping space makes pleasant the operations of the kitchen, accessibility is the common denominator. A happy contrast is introduced through the choice of stainless steel appliances, inserted in the natural context of the large wooden floors, shelves and beams.
Furnishings include areas such as this, where the dark brown wood contrasts with the white and the pink of the elegant lamps. Also here are replicated glass containers a detail that offers style without weighing it down. Also note the modern design of the small dresser clean lines combined with a classic material such as walnut.
There are particulates furnishing elements that can cross eras and styles, seem timeless. And ‘the case of the Eames chair that we see in this first floor designed in 1948, is still very much loved by architects and interior designers, who contextualize always in different contexts. Here for example, just the addition of a soft green pillow to match interior in folk inspiration ceramic table.