It is not so easy to implement the Spanish style in the interior of a residential building. You need to try to create an atmosphere in which there will definitely be notes of incendiary passion and extravagance.
We will tell you how to plan the interior space, what colors and textures to use when decorating rooms, what furniture to choose for the arrangement of a Mediterranean villa.
Spain is a small country, it has a lot of old urban development. Because of the tightness of the houses in the cities, narrow ones were built. They were standing close to each other. If it was necessary to increase the area of the building, the upper floors were built. To make small rooms seem spacious, high vaulted ceilings were necessarily made. For the construction of the upper floors, powerful overlappings of large beams were formed. They did not hide and became part of the interior decoration.
In order to let more light into the house, large windows were installed. Today you can often see country villas in Spain, which have panoramic glazing. Floor-to-ceiling windows opened onto a summer terrace. If for some technical reasons it could not be installed, the terrace was moved to the roof.
Spaniards love stained glass, colored glass, so they can be seen inside the house. Interior doors are swing designs, very light and elegant. They become part of the decoration of the setting. They are installed only between the “public” and “private” part of the house. The rest of the space is combined and left open.