Greenbridge, a dream house in Menorca
Narrow streets, whitewashed fishermen’s houses and small boats. Although it looks like a typical picture taken from a postcard, we are talking about Binibeca, a coastal town in Menorca (Spain) where Greenbrigde is located.
It is a two-story house designed by architects Guillermo Carreras and Cristóbal Torrent with materials from the different Porcelanosa Grupo firms that combine classical style with the latest trends in interior design.
Starwood | Natural Stone
On the one hand, the dry Menorcan stone installed in the corridor and different rooms of the house brings us closer to nature and takes us back to the past when this natural material was almost the only option for construction. Together with the furniture designed with aged wood, the stone brings the rustic style to this house consisting of five bedrooms, four bathrooms, kitchen, living room and a swimming pool.
Seedwood| Minnesota Ash
For all these rooms the floor chosen by Guillermo Carreras and Cristobal Torrent has been our Minnesota Ash model. Within the gray range, the Ash color is one of the lightest shades we have in Seedwood. Its subtle silver sparkles mixed with the gray of millennial ashes create harmonic and peaceful spaces adapted to all kinds of styles.
For example, in the living room we see that a more classic style has been preserved with the table or decorative accessories and a more modern touch has been given with the couch and the round jute carpet.
Seedwood | Different styles
The same is true in the kitchen, where the table and chairs are made of aged wood, but the kitchen has a modern design (made with Krion, one of Porcelanosa Grupo’s firms).
In the bedrooms, we have opted for products with a wooden appearance, such as our floor or the bed base, but white prevails in order to enhance the lightness and roominess. The touch of color is provided by the decoration and fabrics.
In general, in all the spaces, white has been combined with sand and blue shades, colors so typical of the Mediterranean style.
A house with personality located in a village created in 1972 as a tourist center.