Spanish Farmhouse Interior Gets A Contemporary Makeover
Jan 25, 2011 20:07
This abandoned farmhouse in Ampurdan, Spain was given a unique makeover by Eve Martinez and transformed into a lovely family home:
The whole interior mixes traditional rustic elements with a simple aesthetic and a contemporary flair. The plastered finish on the walls and the polished concrete floors provide an attractive artistic touch. Antiques are combined with a fantastic collection of contemporary art, making the interior unique and interesting.
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