Peaceful Rural Retreat in Burgos, Spain



Though there are many houses, which are contemporary, beautiful and elegant, there are very few houses, which are actually very peaceful and offer the occupant a heavenly environment.  Situated in one of the small villages in the North of Burgos, this is an extremely peaceful rural retreat boasting simple interiors. You will be pleased to know that this property was earlier an old school, and the few significant features of the old property have been kept intact for the creation of distinct unique look.

Windows, beams and flooring planks have been completely intact. The ruin area attached to the school has been transformed into a barn area and now features the dining room. There is a huge pillar made of artificial stone connecting these two areas, and is simply very exquisite. A casual gathering area has been created near the courtyard by employment of simple wooden benches and chairs.

The other features of the house which must be mentioned are charming plate wall decorations in the hall, engravings of fossils as decoration pieces, small lampshades with vintage look, elegant lighting fixtures, stone wall in the kitchen for warm appearance, and antique Chinese figures displayed in the bathroom.{found on nuevo-estilo}


Published by in Interiors, on August 1st, 2011

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