September 15, 2022

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Meliana Home: ceramic wood as a unifying element in the home

This project is typified by its personal style, the use of natural light, and the floor's visual continuity

This house, located in the Valencian municipality of Meliana, features interiors and exteriors connected through the use of ceramic wood and neutral colours, projecting a welcoming, open and relaxing atmosphere throughout. The decorative elements add an extra touch of distinction.

Connected spaces

Ceramic wood is the foundation of this home's warm and inviting atmosphere. Fusing ceramic's technical properties with the appearance of wood, the PAR-KER® Ascot Arce model, by Porcelanosa, has been used as the overall flooring choice for both the home and the terrace. Ceramic parquet is extended along the terrace using Butech's raised exterior flooring system, which maintains the floor tiles at the same level, allowing rainwater to be filtered through the open joints.

Spaces brimming with light

The furniture's neutral colours create harmony within the main living room area, which is connected to the kitchen and dining room to create a truly multifunctional space. The luminosity, one of the home's most outstanding features, is accentuated by the skylight located in the corridor which allows you to enjoy the very last moments of sunlight each day.

The prominence of the living-dining room has been enhanced through the use of accessories, using cool tones to ensure the importance of the space. Lamps, large mirrors and chairs complete the space, adding a real sense of character.

The fusion between practical and versatile kitchen design (E6.70 Nogal Seda by Gamadecor and the Spring taps by Noken) and the elegance of the central island, represented in this case by a monolithic block located in the middle of the room, offer a discreet and functional style which is perfect for everyday use. The wardrobe in this room has been coated with the Bottega Caliza model by XTONE, a resistant and decorative material thanks to its cement-like appearance.

A cosy bathroom

In keeping with the rest of the house, mastery of wood dominates in the bathroom. Its use for floor and wall tiles (here PAR-KER® Lexington Maple by Porcelanosa has been chosen) makes it easier to integrate white throughout the different elements. These include the sculptural, freestanding bathtub (Arche model), oval washbasins and their surfaces, by Krion®, and the Essence C toilets and Tono taps by Noken.

The fantastic attention to detail is also evident in the selection of installation materials, profiles and showers by Butech. In addition to their excellent technical features, they perfectly complement the chosen ceramic models.

See it in Projects Porcelanosa.

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