Luxury holiday villa Mykonos
The owners of a holiday home on a Greek island wanted an interior design that did justice to the rough, Mediterranean hills of the island. Wolterinck interpreted this into a design with pure and raw materials, rich in texture and earthy tints. The house itself, built 25 years ago as a third holiday home on the island, leant this way too, with its sober, uneven floors and rough natural stone walls. Wolterinck introduced furniture made from untreated wood, dark rugs and pieces of art whose shapes, patterns and colours appear wild and picturesque. The lie of the house in the shelter of the rocky slope, looking out of the infinite azure blue sea enticed Wolterinck to make grand gestures: ceramic planters, robust lamps and spacious seating on the patio with austere steel mirrors on the walls. The reflections of the sky and the sea give colour, the cool outside light stands out against the dark grey stones.
The lie of the house in the shelter of the rocky slope, looking out of the infinite azure blue sea enticed Wolterinck to make grand gestures.
Every detail counts
A playful combination of outdoor cushions in different sizes, materials and textures.
LED hanging lamp made of helical cord that can be used both indoors and outdoors.
Side table made of small clay beads.
The coffee table also displays a beautiful collection of lovely scented candles, coffee table books and pieces of art.
The handcrafted structure of aquatech ropes forms the basis for this swing seat that can be used indoors and outdoors.