There is something incredibly cool and cheerful about contemporary Spanish homes that gives them a relaxing cheerful appeal with a dash of Mediterranean panache. Nestled in a gorgeous neighborhood of Finestrat Alicante Spain is one such elegant and luxurious modern residence where expansive outdoors and casual hangouts shape the interior Designed by Gestec a series of gardens a luxurious pool and outdoor dining and living spaces welcome the homeowners here. It is the contemporary pool deck space and the fabulous landscape that flow into the lower level living area giving it both color and personality.
A series of decks outdoor patios and infinity pool shape the landscape around the mountain villa with luxury being combined with efficiency almost flawlessly. A dashing kitchen in white with red radiance modular décor in the living room and colorful décor bring brightness to an interior that is otherwise relaxing and neutral.
Sitting on small clearing and surrounded by trees on all sides the gorgeous getaway is almost invisible from a distance. Overall form the Hidden Pavilion is dictated largely by the natural elements that surround it as the terraces and upper level inclination were specifically crafted keeping in mind future growth of oak trees around the retreat.
It is once again polished white finishes combined with woodsy warmth that hold sway here. The dining area sits in an entirely different room with a unique backdrop crafted using the Woods wallpaper and plenty of white!
The neutral white backdrop also allows the young couple to fill their home with ingenious wall art and colorful decorative pieces to usher in an art gallery-inspired look. Large bookshelves sustainable features like the rain garden and green roof and plush décor complete a home that is both contemporary and relaxing at the same time.
The white walls of the residence present a contrasting backdrop even as the carefully carved out niche in the wall doubles as a fun sitting and lounging nook. Step in further and you will come across the smart outdoor sitting zone that is sheltered by the natural contours of the building.
Most homes are named after the locality or street the sit in and that seems to be pretty much the norm across the globe. But moves away from this as its unique façade appears to form the alphabet ‘P’ or an inverted image of the letter depending on where you view it from! But there is much more to this Oceanside villa in Denmark than its distinctive exterior.