HOUSE OF THE MONTH
A beautiful and mesmerising villa from Mallorca, Spain
The 60’s era in Los Angeles is the soul of this fantastic bungalow in Mallorca, Spain
Different colours of handmade tiles and the coper taps are sure crowd pullers.
The entire house has a transparent feel and there is enough clear space all around. to make the house look like one single piece, the same cement flooring is visible in the entire house, without having any joints - nowhere any other material on the floor - even not in the showers are visible.”
More than a lifestyle this mesmerising house is a magic portal to the sunshine state of California. The planning, the designing, and building the living space of this bungalow is nothing short of a dream. The mid-century bungalow is designed in an unconventional way - without any rules and styling concepts. The old and huge Yucca tree in the garden is the real inspiration behind the house. It’s an open housewith a modern open living concept. Bringing the openness, light, and the spectacular sea view into each corner of the house is the key highlight. Instead of the previous six bedrooms there are now three spacious bedrooms and three bathrooms. Instead of a low and closed living room, there is a completely open big living space with a five meter high ceiling. The entire house has a transparent feel and there is enough clear space all around. To make the house look like one single piece, the same cement flooring is visible in the entire house, without having any joints - nowhere any other material on the floor - even not in the showers are visible. The underfloor heating makes it even more comfortable to enjoy the smooth floor barefoot on cold and windy days. Different colours of handmade tiles in the bathrooms, six different wallpapers in the house, copper taps in the bathrooms, a tailormade turquoise kitchen, makes this house into an inspiring and unique living space. The mosaic tiles were custom-made in South of Spain, the wallpapers are sourced from all over the world, the marble came from Italy, the shutters designed and done in Poland, and the lamps came from Portugal. The final result - a potpourri. Unique are the collector items like the egg chair and the antique waterski collection. Every and each furniture was searched and selected in order to equip the house with the needs and the corresponding style - perfect for the family and their own way of life. Finally, what is done with love is done well - and what is done with love and freedom is unique. The wordings stand true for this Mallorcan beauty.