This 1940s detached bungalow was purchased nearly in ruin and transformed into a wonderful home full of life, located in a quite area outside Biarritz, France. Three walls is all that remained of the house, it was left in a terrible state and the new homeowners realized they would have to tear down walls and rebuild. High ceilings and bright white walls creates a radiant effect throughout the 1,614 square foot (150 square meters) interiors. Inside is very bright, with robust materials of gray concrete flooring and blackened steel framed windows. Remnants of the old house remains, such as the brick wall behind the stove in the kitchen. Natural light wood furnishings and accessories helps infuse the interiors with warmth, giving into a Scandinavian aesthetic, along with the many furs scattered throughout, rugs and rich fabrics such as old linen and lace. Bursts of pastel hues matches perfectly with the fifties and seventies stuff that lies around, giving a retro feel mixed with reclaimed finds, family heirlooms and homemade items. An open plan living and kitchen area opens the space up, making it feel light and airy. The finished result is cozy furnishings and plenty of textures that creates a warm and welcoming home family home.
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