Patio House Preserves Elements From The Old Home

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A remodeling of a home in Gracia, Barcelona, Spain, completed by Carles Enrich preserves its old characteristics while turning it into a modern family home. Patio House has its unique personality, especially because it preserves so many of the original elements, such as the brick and stone walls or the exposed ceiling beams at the upper floor.

Their raw look in contrast with the cleanness of the rooms looks very intriguing. No one would expect to see a chic and playful baby nursery set in such a brutal wall décor, yet the combination does not bother at all. To sweeten up the interior, furnishings and light colored wood has been added, conferring to the place a more “homey” feeling. As for what it is supposed to be the main bedroom, a small spot kept private is reserved to the bed, which fills up the entire room.

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