Dreamy seaside summer house overlooking the Mediterranean ocean


Estudio Sosters is responsible for renovating this stunning seaside summer house, nestled on the Costa Brava, a coastal region of Catalonia in northeastern Spain. The homeowner desired their home to be a place they could enter and leave freely. It needed to be ultra comfortable and spacious enough to entertain family and friends. The architects integrated sliding doors throughout to fill the home with light and create indoor-outdoor connectivity. One of the most inviting features of this home and the owner’s biggest wish was to reform the terrace of the bedroom. They wanted to be able to enter and leave without anyone seeing when there are visiting guests.


Above: The beach house has several terraces and levels with sea views. On this terrace, next to the living room, the project team created a complete outdoor lounge, with a sofa, armchairs, coffee table, carpets, and pouf.


What We Love: This seaside summer house boast a beautiful renovation that encourages outdoor living. This continually entertaining guests, the project team did a fantastic job of creating open and comfortable living spaces. We are especially loving what they did with the master bedroom, which was impractical before the renovation. It now opens out to a private terrace with forested views. It’s new bathroom, although small, is convenient and functional.

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Above: For the interior palette, the designers employed the same sand colors for the whole house and for micro-cement floors. This consistency help to create unity throughout the living spaces.


Above: The designer was looking to create a casual aesthetic for the living area, decorating with furnishings that would give a slightly chill out air. The homeowner preferred a classic look — sofas and an armchair with a backrest. So, in the dining room, a relaxed touch was given with the fiber seats.


Above: An open layout, beach style kitchen offers a relaxed vibe with its micro-cement floor and wooden ceiling beams. The best part about this kitchen is that it is overlook the fishing village where the house is located.


Above: The bedroom features a palette of wood and sand tones. Prior to the renovation, this bedroom was much more closed off. New windows helps to take advantage of the views. A wooden headboard stretches wall to wall. Along with the wood ceiling beams, they seem to put the house in the forest. 


Above: The wall to wall natural oak wood headboard supports frames and also integrates the bedside table. Custom designed by the architect, the design adds comfort to the space.


Above: A small en-suite bathroom was created during the renovation. Both the walls and the sink are microcemento, in tune with the rest of the house. The shelves are made of wood.


Above: A relaxing outdoor dining area features a winning combination: outdoor wooden table and bamboo chairs. A white tablecloth with blue stripes adds a nautical and summery touch.


Above: Begoña and Berta Garrido, from Estudio Sosters, are responsible for this beach house project.

Photos: Pepa Oromí for El Mueble

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6 months ago

How could I find the floor plan for this house?!