Greece is in itself an irresistible mix of natural and architectural beauty and the Villa Olion, in this panorama strikes, both for its architecture and for the interior decoration, a mix between contemporary style and boho chic.
Located on the heights of the Greek island of Thassos, this two-level house is the fruit of the work of a couple of architects, who are also the owners. A villa surrounded by ancient olive trees and a Mediterranean climate, to relax in tranquility.
The external walls of the residence are painted of the inevitable white color, which we often find in Greece, even in traditional houses. On the patio, a real outdoor living room overlooks the small square-shaped pool. Here white cotton curtains and wicker chairs invite you to relax.
Even inside the white is dominant. We find a fresh and sober decor that involves the use of many natural materials: wooden doors, woven wicker, white marble with veins, hanging baskets on the walls and white exposed façade for the fireplace.
On the kitchen side, the retro cement tiles, with black and white graphic designs, have been laid along the work surface and thus become a very suggestive decorative element.
The living area is composed of a simple white sofa with very light lines, just decorated with cushions in turquoise and aqua green tones. A design armchair, like the Peacock Chair by Hans J. Wegner, seems to recall the Scandinavian style.
The bedroom is inspired by a very refined and sober boho chic mood, like the rest of the rooms. Ethnic pillows of brick red fabric with graphic and floral motifs are arranged on the completely white bed.
In the other bedroom, you can directly access the bathroom, through a sliding door made entirely of wood. The shower is separated by glass, to let the purity of the interior shine through, also allowing the spaces to be enlarged.
Earthy and turquoise hues, natural materials, clean surfaces, and ethnic objects contribute to the personality of the house while maintaining aesthetic purity intact.