Maybe in a few occasions you have heard about the Greek style in the decor . Or, if you have heard from him, many do not know very well what he is referring to. Most, as a consequence, I would associate it with the typical postcards we have seen of Greece, but this style of decor has an explanation Today we propose you not only to know and enjoy this residence but also to learn a little more about this decorative style which has characteristic notes not only in its furniture, colors and decoration accessories but also in the constructive aspect.
As you can see this beautiful house, with simple, bright spaces that convey a sense of calm, it also has characteristic details that you will now learn to differentiate.
The characteristic notes of the Greek decoration style , mostly come from the classical Greek period, with a marked influence of the geography and topography of the area. Since ancient times, Greece has been characterized by being in an area of islands and rocky, dry land with very few plains suitable for construction. Narrow, multi-storey houses are the result of that limitation, as we can also notice the growing scarcity in the materials available to build. The stone predominates and the resource of wood has been increasingly scarce over time.
It is known that the Greeks invented geometry, and they themselves took it to all the planes of their life. That included the construction and eventually the decoration of the houses. The houses were mostly based on 90º angles with their flat or vaulted ceilings, and the curves are used for the porticos. Even today these basic characteristics subsist and you can see it clearly in this house that we show you as an example.
In their interiors, the predominant color is usually White , which is a color that in turn dominates the stones of southern Greece as well as sea salt (an important element in the life of the Greeks). Another of the important colors of this style are the blue color in its various shades from the blue of the Aegean Sea.
Nowadays the combination with other colors is used but only as a detail, for certain and certain spaces as you can see in the bathroom or in some walls of the rooms or the living room, but always colors derived from the earth, maybe some yellows, but you will never find a fire red, or an apple green.
The vegetation is also another of its characteristic notes, but never in abundance, but with limitations, but full of color. You can also see that the furniture It is mostly made of wood and the ceramic can be present for decorative details or to create storage spaces, but in general floors and coatings are smooth.
The sizes of the houses and the rooms within them can vary according to the region in which we find ourselves as well as the characteristic colors that distinguish them. There are regions in which white and blue along with vaulted ceilings and terraces are a classic and others where the combination with white is with terracotta or colors derived from the earth as we explained earlier, in which last cases coincide with regions in which the spaces available for construction are larger and more flat, and for this reason, the dimensions are played more closely without losing sight of the geometry.
Knowing a little more about the Greek style , now you can enjoy much more of this house and identify each of its characteristic notes. For the Greeks the spaces for rest and the well-known parties that they celebrate with their family and in this house will be able to see it. On its terrace there is a jacuzzi, with flowerpots full of flowers (sparse vegetation, simple, but each in its proper measure).
The rooms have a simple decoration , with white color as a base and furniture with simple lines. The dining room and the living room, a perfect combination, harmonious and respecting the spirit of the Greek style. And the guest room, on the terrace, with a beautiful view and exit to the rest space of the house