This beautiful rustic country home surrounded by oaks and junipers is a family home project in Spain that has been designed by architect Alfonso Zavala. He designed a house with wide open spaces, large windows, porches and patios, and lush landscaping, which is the work of Alvaro de la Rosa. The owners wanted the home to connect directly and intensely with nature. The interior of the home features the exquisite work of interior designer Isabel Lopez-Quesada, who continues this philosophy of blending styles of rustic and modern. Decorating with antiques and timeless classic style furniture as well as ethnic elements. Isabel’s mixture creates a beautiful and warm eclectic setting, putting emphasis on one of the fundamental requirements of a second residence, full comfort.
Comfortable elegance has been established throughout with the use of textures such as rustic silks, velvets and linens. Materials also establish an enriched environment with aged and washed woods, bringing authenticity with their mere presence; as well as handmade hemp carpets that frame various areas on the travertine flooring. Decorative details were designed by blacksmith Alberto Yunta such as metal lattice walls and some occasional tables. Via
An old train station clock sits on a restored working table in the foyer.
The living room is very symmetrical, with the fireplace as the focal point.
Open floor plan for two large sitting areas and the dining room.
The large open floor plan is unified by melding the walls and ceiling together by painting hues of grey with a touch of ochre to create a stylish uniform box.
Different textures blend in the dining room. A zinc top table supported by a large sectioned turbine (unusual way to repurpose aircraft parts!) Chairs upholstered in velvet.
Inviting eating area on the porch.
A second more informal dining room just off the kitchen.
The island kitchen features a silestone countertop.
A large professional kitchen with a white white color mixed with wenge.
A jute area rug covers an oak flooring in the master bedroom. The headboard is upholstered in velvet.
Double sinks placed on a restored wooden table in the master bathroom.
The materials in the bathroom are coated travertine and marble.
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