When we first viewed this seaside apartment, it was just begging for a revival: textured wallpaper from the 90’s, sparkly black floor tiles; a kitchen that had seen better days. And yet – beneath all the dated decor, we instantly realised that this is a very special place.
Situated at the end of a beach promenade with a view out onto pine trees, the beach and the vast sea, the inspiration for the interior scheme was right on our doorstep and it was easy to get the clients –
who holiday here throughout the year – excited about translating what we saw outdoors to the inside.
Our goal was to create a cosy family retreat with a boutique hotel flair. We left the floorplan untouched, minus one small modification in the shape of a new window (designed in a paired-back version of the classic architectural style of the area) set between the kitchen and living room, to give access to sea views.