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In Mallorca, a house cultivates a beautiful art of living by multiplying outdoor spaces and openings to the garden.

At the foot of the mountains, not far from the beach, this abandoned nugget immediately caught the eye of the English interior designer Camille Falconer. Six months of work were necessary to restore this Villa in the Balearic Islands to its original beauty. Mixing the freshness of the Mediterranean style with very cozy British accents, the architect has been able to give it timeless modernity and create a beautiful unity by declining, inside and out, light wood, rattan, linen… Enhanced with blues and greens, this natural palette harmonizes with the surrounding nature. A haven of softness and elegance. Lunch with a view Arranged as close as possible to the table, the suspensions give the latter a certain theatricality while delimiting the dining area. An idea to remember for a very open place, taking care however not to hinder the view of the seated guests.

Lunch with a view

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Arranged as close as possible to the table, the suspensions give the latter a certain theatricality while delimiting the dining area. An idea to remember for a very open place, taking care however not to hinder the view of the seated guests.

Tradition revisited

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It is a great classic in Mediterranean houses: to integrate storage elements into a masonry structure. A sustainable and economical formula that the owner has adopted in her kitchen, adding closet doors in light wood, slightly patinated.

The deco idea. Align several brass sconces to bring sophistication to a kitchen a bit rustic. Simple but elegant, they offer a counterpoint to the raw materials, here omnipresent.

A welcoming alcove

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Exploiting the space under a staircase is often a challenge: slipping a desk, custom storage? Here, it is the creation of an alcove with soft curves, with a comfortable bench and shelf for frames and trinkets, that prevailed.

In the hidden shade…

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In the extension of the bedroom, a summer living room unfolds under canisses. Prefer the latter in wicker, bamboo, or heather rather than PVC, in order to play the card of natural outdoors. To match with rattan or bamboo garden furniture, easy to live with, robust, and always as trendy.

Zen sobriety

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No need to break the bank for the bathroom: a small wooden table supporting a white basin is more than enough, enhanced by sconces and brass-colored taps.

The deco idea. Bring the louvers inside! They are perfect for dressing a closet in style, or as a partition.

Harmony of hues

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Apply to your decoration one of the rules in mode, which consists of associating three colors to give relief. Here in the living room, it’s the black of the patio doors, the dark wood of the tables, and the green on the cushions that highlight the palette of neutral tones.

Exquisite softness

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With its four-poster bed, its toad armchair, its retro bedside tables, and its framed herbarium boards, the room takes up all the codes of romanticism, without being outdated! The secret? The very bright pastel flats formed by the textiles, which modernize the whole while giving it a great softness.

Centerpiece. Old-fashioned, the four-poster bed? Que Nenni! Because it lends itself to many stagings: a bed sky and veils, and it is very exotic; a string of lights wrapped around its studs, and it becomes enchanting…

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