Covered outdoor patio.
COLECCION ALEXANDRA has conceived this Spanish villa as their showcase space - intriguing visitors with possibilities that their entirely bespoke collections of furniture, lighting, fabrics, rugs and accessories presents to specifiers and home owners alike.
Project name: ALEXANDRA SHOWHOUSE
Interior design by: COLECCION ALEXANDRA
Furniture manufactured by: COLECCION ALEXANDRA
Photo by: Imagostudio.es
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Venerable stone pillarsFrom Hampi to Ellora to Mahabalipuram, stone pillars have left a universal imprint on India’s ancient temple architecture. Here, casual chic meets medieval mystique in this sun-kissed patio. The space displays an intriguing dichotomy that brings two epochs together: a sleek, new-world wood ceiling represents today and intricately carved stone pillars reminiscent of centuries-old temples stand for the days of yore.
Bamboo-inspired for outdoor loungingChaise longue designs have evolved and many of them are suitable for outdoor purposes. If you have a balcony or a garden, then a weather-resistant bamboo chaise can be a great option. Tip: Pair this outdoor chaise with weather-proof fabric for the mattress.
3. Temporary structural elementsVery few of us get to structurally renovate our homes. Usually we have to make do with what was there when we first moved in. But all hope is not lost. There are some tricks you can use to bring in local elements that can work beautifully in a contemporary home.