You will be hungry to have more luxury in your life and your living spaces once you cast eyes on these two exquisite Turkish villas, each visualised by
Inherited from the homeowner’s grandfather, this property allowed the young family to leave the busy Istanbul megapolis and become closer to nature. A fruitful and beloved perennial walnut tree grew on the spot where the villa was to be built, and so it was lovingly encapsulated into the
The live walnut tree inspires many elements of the contemporary living space, influencing texture and colour choices. A criss-cross pattern fills the rug, like the great intertwined limbs of the tree, and a
Walnut and oak trees surround the beautiful lot in the area of Rishadie, which is on the outskirts of Istanbul next to the forest.
The same criss-crossed
The dark stain dining chair design looks like a stylish armless version of the
A minimalist kitchen faucet and a linear light pick up on the lustrous theme. A short
A bench seat is positioned in the walkway so that the majestic courtyard can be admired for a while in comfort.
LED ribbons illuminate each wooden stair out of the shadow of the solid veneer balustrade.
A sophisticated bedroom scheme is filled with high-end designer touches, like the Pierre Jeanneret
The bedroom pendant light, wall sconces and
A wide fireplace fills the remainder of the wall, warming the bedroom lounge area.
An ensuite bathroom waits around the corner.
There is a coffee bar integrated into the walnut walls of the bedroom, so there’s no need to leave the bedroom snug in a hurry.
Huge walnut panels above the fireplace slide away to reveal a large TV and a tower of bookshelves.
Gold kitchenware and
On the bedroom coffee table, a glass vase echoes the unusual shape of the arched desk stool.
Inside the ensuite
Smooth travertine texture washes over the bespoke tub and an exquisite
Freestanding taps fill the modern pedestal basins from opposite sides, creating a balanced aesthetic. Vanity mirrors descend in front of a huge window on long golden stems.
Our second luxury villa features a sweeping modern sofa design that dominates much of the living room.
The space is an open plan
Apricot throw pillows add a touch of sweetness to the pale off-white sofa.
Gentle beige decor promotes calm and tranquility.
A minimalist gold tap adds an eye catching accessory to the plain island volume.
Artwork fills the top of an unusual zig zag console table. Chevron flooring vibes with the angular outline of the piece.
Moving into the master bedroom, we’re met with peaceful decor that promotes rest and relaxation.
Opposite the foot of the bed, double doors open up to give entry to a beautiful ensuite bathroom. Inside, a
A gold tap accessorises each travertine vanity.
The central feature of the bathroom is a freestanding bathtub, which creates a wonderful viewpoint from the bedroom when the double doors are left open.
Perimeter lights paint an atmospheric glow down travertine textured walls.