Soothing seaside residence in Mallorca

This beautiful house was created by designer Carde Reimerdes who chose a very soothing and relaxing color theme. As you can see, the main color used here is white. Also, the spaces are very airy and inviting. Most of the rooms are very spacious and they feature very delicate decors.

In the bedroom there’s probably the most expressive décor. The bed has beautiful white drapes and, cream walls and just a hint of aqua blue on the pillows. It’s all so simple and yet so stylish and beautiful. This is indeed a very relaxing and inviting holiday home. It’s the ultimate escape, a personal paradise where you can go to recharge your batteries, to relax and to forget for a while about all the problems.

One of the most beautiful things about this residence is that it allows incredible views of the sea and the mountains. All you have to do is look throught the window and there they are. It’s a very beautiful location. Most of the décor is white. And in order to add some color and to spice up the atmosphere, small hints of turquoise can be seen throughout the residence. It’s a very romantic residence and anyone would agree it’s a dream home. It’s the place we dream about and we wish to some day own or even just visit.{found on elmueble}



Published by in Interiors, on December 8th, 2011

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