Old Mill Conversion
This old mill with a warehouse converted into a modern minimalist home by Studio MINIM is an amazing organic abode for the Priorat village, Span and the winery owner. The 1,506 square feet spacious home was restored and designed to include a wine cellar. From the exteriour the mill hasn’t changed into a modern house or any much else. The structure is organic with the surroundings, made of stone it blends with the mountainous surroundings.
The interior of the house is also left unaltered as much as possible. Exposed stone walls and wooden ceiling beams add a rustic feel to the house. Some of the elements like a staircase are made of unfinished and unpolished wood that shows texture and patterns.
Some of the rooms feature finished smooth white walls. The loft made with help of a staircase houses a minimalist bedroom with exposed stones, wooden beams and an unfinished wood-framed double bed.
The bathroom is also designed in minimalist style. The walls are smooth and floors are covered with tiles. The room is furnished with a wooden vanity, big sink and a rectangular mirror completed with two overganging lights.
The wine cellar is made in original stone and features numerous arches and stone floors. The kitchen and dining are jointed behind the loft staircase featuring a white ceiling and stone walls. The entry opens with an old wooden door to the living area with tiled floors, gray and fuchsia furnishings and spacious sitting area.
The wooden terrace makes for a great outdoor sitting area surrounded with tress and greenery featuring a screen sun awning and planter pots. What do you think about this mill conversion?
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