Friday, 13 August 2010

Summer House in Cantabria

Good morning sweet readers, it's Friday and I'm taking you to Spain today. This house is in Cantabria, which is located between the Cantabrian sea and Cantabrian mountains in northern Spain. An airy and bright summer house with huge windows to bring the outside in, exposed beams in all the rooms and a mix of antique, rustic and modern furniture. Decorated by interior designer Ana de Castro. Let's take the tour.

Everything set to enjoy the good weather. A wicker living room set in the porch and weathered table and chairs on the lawn.

An antique front door opens to the foyer. All the oak beams and pillars have been lightly painted in white. Stone was used in all the ground floor rooms.

The large sitting room was divided into two areas with chaise lounges on one side and the living area on the other.

View of the sitting room from the foyer. A vintage window frame hangs over the fireplace. Notice the unusual mirrors on the cupboard door.

No need to go outdoors to enjoy the view.

Rustic table and Regent style dining chairs.

Soft lavender tones in the children's bedroom.

Two matching headboards of single beds were used for the king sized bed in the master bedroom. Twin ottomans at the foot of the bed and a large mirror leaning on the wall complete the look.

A pair of modern chaise lounges at the other end of the master bedroom. A basket holds extra blankets and pillows.

I have linked this post over at Melissa's The Inspired Room. As always, thanks for hosting Melissa!

All images from here.

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1 comment:

  1. The whole house is a sort of understated elegance,absolutely feels so airy!!! I really like the combination of white & wood in each room with appropriate pop of color choices!!This house just makes you want to unwind, relax and be with people you enjoy!And the views.... wow!!!love it!thank for great blog.


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