This family home is all about slow living, with open-plan rooms, neutral colours, and natural textures inspired by wood, stone, and cotton.
Architecture studio VIC Projects opted for a minimalist décor in white and beige with an overall design by PORCELANOSA Group.
The light typical of the Valencian Huerta streams in through the SIL windows, enhancing the harmony of each room. Located in Alcácer (Valencia), the family home designed by architecture studio VIC Projects champions the slow life through its slow deco interiors, with white and natural wood as the main elements.
Slow pace and natural light
Through its diaphanous structure in which the interior and exterior are conceived as a whole, collections from PORCELANOSA Group intensify the quietness of the Mediterranean, with delicate textures that exude a sense of rest.
This can be seen in the Crema Grecia Pulido marble by L’Antic Colonial, used as flooring throughout. Its cream hue and white veins lend further warmth to each room, giving them a more classic look.
The same aesthetic runs through the Emotions 4.70 kitchen from Gamadecor. Its matt finish contrasts with the Camel Nature colour of the worktop, built in Krion™, and the Marbella Stone tiles from Porcelanosa. The cement tiles, featuring geometric and natural patterns, hint at a return to nineteenth century ceramics.
Krion™ stands out for its anti-bacterial properties, easy maintenance, high resistance and durability, as well as having unnoticeable joints and high heat-forming capacity. These attributes make it a solid ally for kitchens and bathrooms, where 100% Krion® pieces have also been installed. These include the Almond bath and Yove screen, incorporating the System Glass treatment for improved cleanliness.
On the terrace, the Arizona Arena anti-slip collection from Porcelanosa is a highlight. Its beige hue takes its inspiration from limestone, in perfect union with the Mediterranean aesthetic of the location.
Unwind in the bathroom
The bathrooms feature Kala White Polished tiles from Urbatek (inspired by Carrara marble) along with the Wood Top Nogal walnut worktop by L’Antic Colonial, which frames an oval natural stone washbasin (also by the firm).
The combination of ceramics and wood is a feature of slow deco, and strengthens the natural light that fills every corner. Super-flex S2 adhesive from Butech was chosen to install the pieces.
This much sought after ‘pause mode’ is also echoed in the washbasin and Lounge taps from Noken. Designed by Italian architect Simone Micheli, this collection is characterised by organic and functional forms. Available in four finishes: chrome, white, copper, and titanium, the pieces can be installed in washbasins, showers, or baths.
Deco Mirage Cream tiling by Venis has been used in the guest bathroom, with small rectangular tiles in a slate finish forming a dynamic relief, giving greater depth to the spaces.
A slow philosophy that improves your quality of life.
Photo: Adrián Mora Maroto.