August 24, 2023 | Updated: August 29, 2023


Panorámica, a residence with a Mediterranean identity and Asian touches

The single-family home boasts an interior design that conveys serenity and tranquility

In the Balearic Islands, there stands a spectacular three-story house with a unique decorative style, with views of the sea, pine forests and old salt flats. The views are undeniable stunning, and the sunsets provide an insight into the Mediterranean identity of the surroundings.

The remodeling of Panorámica adheres to the original structure and maintains the stone of the façade and the entrance to the living room, which is viewed as part of the decoration. The fireplace, covered with Gravity Aluminium Trace Gold metallic mosaic by L'Antic Colonial, is original and elegant.

This home's decoration relies on a blend of beige, wood and contemporary elements with antique Asian pieces. The resulting spaces exude personality and serenity at the same time.

Newport Natural by Porcelanosa was selected as the main flooring of the property, and was applied in the indoor spaces. The same model, but in the anti-slip version, was used on the terrace, outside stairs, swimming pool edge and the pool stairs. Newport Natural, with its cement tone and appearance, offers a modern image, while yielding a sophisticated and functional look.

The living room and kitchen (which are on the ground floor) merge into a relevant, bright and luminous space thanks to the large picture windows that look out onto the terrace and swimming pool. The kitchen surface, in black (XTONE), creates an excellent contrast inside the room.

Natural wood takes center stage in the interior design of Panorámica, with its exposed beams, the kitchen and the various decorative elements in the living room. This material projects a very warm and welcoming atmosphere. Similarly, wood-look ceramic tiles were used for the flooring in the access area to the first story, in the bedrooms and bathrooms (Tanzania Almond, PAR-KER® by Porcelanosa).

It was also used for the tiles in the two bathrooms, in the shower area of one and in one of the walls in the other, with the Ice Tanzania Almond finish by Porcelanosa. Butech adhesive and filler was used for the ceramic tiles.

Together with the stone of the house's original structure, the bathroom boasts a rustic interior design. To round out the setting, Round taps (Noken) in chrome and matt black were selected, giving it a modern touch.

See in Porcelanosa Projects.

Architecture: GGS Arquitectos

Interior design: Yedra Interiorismo

Photo: Alex Del Río

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