It’s usually the small details that make a house look beautiful and interesting but, of course, there are also the details such the wall décor or the accessories such as the pillows or the decorations you use in the living room. In this case, however, the accent falls on the simplicity that defines this style.

Situated in Barcelona, Spain, this historical villa manages to ignore all the little details and proposes a very simple and organized space. The minimalist décor is very chic and the stone fireplace shares the same elegant tone as the wooden beams. Behind that beautiful wooden framework stands a series of cozy and relaxing nooks.

The fireplace offers the living space great views of the surrounding landscape and the outdoor sitting area can also be enjoyed from here thanks to the large windows. The indoor-outdoor connection is also strong throughout the residence. This ensures a very nice continuity between the rooms and changes you can see throughout the house occur.

The layout is simple throughout. An open plan living and dining area, a kitchen, a bedroom and a bathroom are all connected. The staircase which leads upstairs is one of the focal points of the house. A square wall separates the hall from the partially-covered basement level which includes the laundry, storage and technical rooms.

The Living Room In Spanish Style House By Marc Gerritsen Photo 4

The design is robust and simple. This makes the residence both inviting and dynamic.