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Primitive Whitewashed House

This Ibizan house is over 400 years old and two New Yorkers chose it as their vacation home to enjoy the whitewashed stone look and primitive style.

The whitewashed stone walls and floors, as well as the stained wooden beams, were left untouched in the house, and only the furniture and decor were renovated to fill the spaces.

The master bedroom is decorated with Moroccan wool rugs and blankets, a rattan chair from the 1960s, a vintage wooden stool and a lamp with a bast shade. In the dining room, you might see a richly stained wooden table and bowl bought in Bali, velvet chairs from the 1950s and a glass lamp from an old bar. The kitchen has metal cabinets, a rustic wooden table, richly stained wooden beams and a bright painting by Jesús de Miguel.

The living room shows comfortable modern upholstered furniture, a primitive wooden chair, a metal hexagon table and some pretty wicker stools. Old wooden doors open out to an outdoor dining area. Outside, you can see a shabby chic blue dining set and a large tree. The small home office includes a vintage wooden desk, jute rug, wicker chair, catchy lamp and vase. The guest room is small with a table, a bed with light beds, a printed carpet, a small window and a vintage bookcase. There is also a cool cactus garden outdoors that suits the house.

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