A mix of Mallorcan traditional and modernity in a house in Tramuntana

The location always influences the design and décor of a home. For example, a beach house will always have that fresh and airy look while one situated in the mountains will be cozier and will feel warm and safe. To better understand this idea, we’ve chosen this lovely house as an example.

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Situated in this beautiful area of the Tramuntana mountains, the house was designed by architect Bernardo Jaume Oliver. Its design is a mix of traditional Mallorcan and modern elements.Natural materials were mostly used for this project. Locally-sourced stone and wood were used and the house has been modernized and renovated.

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The wooden beams are new but they have a darker shade that gives them plenty of character. What’s very beautiful is also the fact that this place has a contemporary yet rustic décor. Some of the old and rustic details that add character to the house are in a way neutralized by some of the modern additions. Contemporary furniture was used in the living and dining area, most of it white, but the wooden floor maintains a warm atmosphere.

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If you look closely, there are a few rural-inspired elements in here. One example would be the painting featuring a sheep or the entrance door that has been recovered from an old house. But the interior is not the only charming space on this property. Outside, the atmosphere is just as pleasant. The views with the mountains on the horizon are wonderful and you can contemplate the beauty of the landscape while relaxing by the pool.{found on nuevo-estilo}.