Located in Son Vida on the island of Mallorca, Spain, the Biniatro House is a 1200 square meter property that is blessed with breathtaking panoramic views of the Mediterranean sea. Designed by
The crisp white
A winding private road leads into a paved driveway at the front entrance of the home, and also to a parking garage on the left.
Raised beds make way for a
Wood slatted shutters interrupt the white façade. The wooden shutters filter out the direct sunlight to keep the interior cool. They also provide a level of privacy from the front driveway. A wide wooden front door pivots on its axis to grandly grant entry.
From inside the entryway, the wood-slatted shutters allow glimpses of lush greenery to be seen. A wide entryway shelf displays an elegant array of decorative items.
Upon crossing the threshold into the home, a wide panorama of the Mediterranean sea opens up from behind retractable glass doors. A glass-sided stairwell leaves the line of sight unobstructed.
Beyond the glass doors, a sun terrace forms around an inviting infinity pool, which stretches out toward the hilly horizon.
Outdoor sitting areas make the terrace into a sociable space, where the homeowner can entertain family and friends.
A large outdoor sofa draws around the edge of the paved terrace in an L-shaped formation. Two outdoor coffee tables provide landing spots for drinks and snacks.
A glass balustrade draws along the edge of the raised terrace, providing safety whilst respecting the stunning panorama.
Small side tables are teamed with the outdoor chaise lounges to hold refreshments.
The interior decor scheme is a serene palette of white, beige, and gray throughout. Only the view provides color, in the shape of green trees and the cool blue sea.
Two glass coffee tables form the core of the living room layout.
A dark and textural focal wall is home to a modern fireplace and a log storage nook.
Modern art adds interest to plain white walls.
Coffee table books, candles, and decorative vases adorn the
Behind the dining area, an open plan gray kitchen unfolds. A black marble backsplash creates a striking focal point at the heart of the modern installation.
Contemporary artwork makes a large impact across the dining room wall, whilst the coastal view provides visual beauty around the remaining two walls.
Sunlight reflects upon the brass dining room pendant lights and across a glass fruit bowl on the table. See more inspiration for
In the beige bedroom, a glass wall above the headboard allows natural light to pass through into an ensuite bathroom. It also shares the view.
A set of two
Small bedside drawer units are situated beneath the pendants. Small vases, bowls and candles daintily decorate their surface.
Floor-to-ceiling glass doors slide away to give access to a spacious balcony area outside the bedroom.
Two outdoor chairs, matching stools, and a coffee table are held together on an
Scatter cushions and throws add extra comfort and warmth to the
The second bedroom design scheme is decorated similarly, with understated white walls and eye-catching bedroom pendant lights.
This time, a trio of glass pendants fall on elliptical bedside units.
The glass sided staircase in the entryway descends into an atmospherically lit floor. LED strips make a cozy glow around the perimeter, while attractive
As well as the outdoor infinity pool, there is an indoor swimming pool for use during cooler weather conditions.
Floating wall shelves display small decorative vases, candles and books.
Ribbons of LED light softly illuminate a set of wide steps behind three poolside chaise lounges.
At dusk, the sound of Mediterranean cicadas and warm mood lighting fills the home.
Outdoor areas become places for reflecting upon the day and sharing stories.
Candles flicker on the terrace as city lights shimmer below.
Friends and family gather in the outdoor living room to create conversation, celebration, and great memories.
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