Creative And Inspiring House Located In Northern Spain

This is an amazingly designed house located in northern Spain. The house seems very creative and inspiring with its well balanced interiors that efficiently break the typical country style decoration. Mesmerizing views of the surrounding environment opens from the large windows of the house provisioned throughout the house. Wooden structures have been employed for the roofs, floors, cabinets, staircase, doors and even windows in order to create a stunning rustic effect.

The living room of the house has been provisioned on the first level of the house and is the main attraction of the house as it features seating space created out of low lying ivory colored sofa and a lounger clubbed with a huge blue trunk serving as a table center piece.Thick books have been creatively used as mats on the blue trunk table to hold elegant tall vases and table show pieces.


The lighting system employed throughout the house is also worth an appreciation. Bare bulbs have been installed in the kitchen, and large floor lamps have been placed in the living room. Splashes of color have been introduced by way of decorative art work hanged on the walls, area rugs, side tables and various other accent pieces.{found on micasa}



Published by in Apartments, on June 19th, 2011

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