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STEP INSIDE A MODERN MALLORCA HOME

1950's villa in Mallorca on @thouswellblog

After sharing a workspace designed by Louis Laplace the other week, I found this modern Mallorca home in their portfolio. Just like it’s rocky landscape, this 1950’s villa is full of sleek lines and warm tones. Wood and wicker offer a reprise from the white and grey architecture, and pops of color from bold artwork adds life in each space. In the words of the architect himself, “The sleek open kitchen is the key room that creates the link between the shadowed courtyard and the dining room overlooking the sea.” This home’s connection to its peaceful coastal setting makes it an inviting mid-week retreat.

Wicker chairs in a modern beach home living room on @thouswellblog
Modern hallway detail in Mallorca on @thouswellblog
Minimal dining room in Mallorca on @thouswellblog
Sleek white kitchen on @thouswellblog
Simple white bedroom with modern art and yellow bench on @thouswellblog
Modern home office with water print above desk on @thouswellblog(via Luis Laplace)

The bedroom and office may be my favorite rooms in the home because nothing competes with the strong pieces of art in each space. The bedroom is simple but serene, with a creamy rug to cover the concrete floor and the refreshing oversized water print is perfect for a home office.

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2 Comments

  1. Oh my, this home is BEAUTIFUL. I just read The Vacationers – a fun summer read about a family’s trip to Mallorca, and now I’m seriously wanting to visit. This home is only fueling my plans to escape Boston for a bit 🙂

    g.

    Posted 1.8.16
    • The Vacationers looks so good! I’m starting to get that mid-Winter wanderlust as well, and Mallorca looks like the perfect escape…

      Posted 1.10.16

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