an old renovated spanish farmhouse


Another beauty from Spain! This 14th century farmhouse is located in the centre of Madremanya in the Girona region (Spain). The farmhouse has been completely restored.


The main goal of the owners was to keep the keep the original charm of the house and to rebuild it with respect to the original architecture and use of materials.


Plastered walls and ceilings were painted in vanilla which contrast beautiful with the exposed brick walls.


The simplicity of the furniture enhances the beauty of the architectural elements on the ground floor. The sofa and iron table in the living room are from Ikea. The leather chair is an antique piece.


In the master bathroom original stone walls are combined with polished concrete structures.

(images from Micasa)

8 Responses to an old renovated spanish farmhouse

  1. I love everything about this living room, but especially the exposed brick walls!

  2. Certainly they left the old world charm but added some very delicious 21st century charm that makes it fantastic!

  3. I love those windows! What a way to soak in the sun.

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  5. Looks warm and beautiful! Really like the 1st picture!

  6. The light looks so warm in Spain, doesn’t it?

  7. wow. stone. color. cream. wood. love.

  8. Love the double rounded sink in the kitchen!

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