The most unique thing about stone is that this naturally wondrous material can be utilized to complement any décor, whether modernistic, rustic, or even art deco. There are a number of reasons why interior designers are so amazed by this natural material. It’s earthly appearance, easy upkeep, flexibility in usage, eco-friendliness, soundproofing, and allure makes it a must-have interior design material of the 21st century.
This beautiful villa by Steven Harris Architects has managed to combine all the practicalities of stone masonry to create a stunning interior filled with marvel and curiosities. The exterior is reminiscent of a castle perched high upon a hill; however, the interior is transformed into a state-of-the-art villa with modern furnishings, luminosity and color, flushed with a laid-back vibe.
The large open space sitting area is bright, breezy, and comfy. With many windows and spectacular views in the backdrop, this room is the ultimate hang-out area. It’s a room to take advantage of during hot or cold days. Windows let in cool air in summer while the stone fireplace heats up the atmosphere during the colder months.
Engaging twists and turns abound throughout this fascinating dwelling. A flight of stairs leads to a corner area with comfortable seating and modest accents. This quaint area is accessorized by additional materials like metal and glass that flawlessly complement the stone floor, walls, and ceiling. The hint of color on the wall art and swivel chairs adds another dimension to the otherwise small space.
A simple bedroom becomes striking with a splash of eye-catching color on the wall complemented by a scenic view out of this world! Nothing more is needed as the simplistic nature of this room alone with mild hints of extravagance speaks for itself. The en suite bathroom adds a touch of elegance to the otherwise casual ambiance.
The living room environment has an avant-garde feel. In some ways, the eccentric and varied colorful patterns complement one another via the stark white furnishings, accents, and numerous materials like leather and marble.
A stonework staircase leads to the kitchen area. The space is infused with a solitary hue that modifies with varying textures. For example, the walls, table top, and chairs are all composites of the same goldish-beige hue and the ostentatious chandelier adds a subtle sparkle to the space.
It’s awesome how stone interiors can alter an entire room by merging the look of rural rawness with modernistic sophistication. Why use stone for your interior design at all? Well, its simply a wondrous material that adds a sybaritic appearance to your décor like no other material can.