The owners of an antiquarian shop called Amapola have moved to the countryside in Los Cuartos, a tiny village in Ávila, spain. They’ve transformed an old barn into a contemporary and colorfully eclectic house built essentially from ruins. featured in this wonderful online magazine I’ve just come across, AARB, owners Ana López Escrivá and her husband, photographer Guillermo Shelley, with whom she runs Amapola, have created such an amazing textural and layered space. there’s a lot of collections happening here, but it doesn’t feel at all cluttered to me and instead very well-curated and utterly charming. for the full tour, visit AARB and check out their site for loads of other fantastic inspiration.