Holiday Apartments In Borne: Barcelona’s Rich Heritage Repackaged In Style

Why opt for cookie-cutter and mundane chain of hotels when you can experience the very best of local culture, heritage, flavors, sights and sounds? Holiday apartments provide you with an opportunity to truly savor the city or town you wish to visit by taking away the usual and almost ‘plastic’ tourist experience? Nestled in the hip and happening neighborhood of the Borne district in Barcelona, Spain, these 4 tourist apartments were restyled and revamped by Mesura to offer those visiting the region a relaxing and diverse ‘base stationfrom which they can explore all of Barcelona.

Exposed original walls of the apartments take you back in time Contemporary ergonomics are coupled with original exposed brick walls and tiles surfaces Living area, kitchen and dining room of the small tourist apartment in Barcelona Butterfly chair finds a space in any interior irrespective of its style Stylish wooden cabinets add softness and modern elegance to the interior Wooden surfaces in the kitchen add another layer of textural beuaty to the small tourist apartment in Barcelona White painted ceiling, brick walls and exposed wooden beams of the Barcelona home Rich and vivacious interior of remodeled apartment in Barcelona Wooden walls create smart partitions and private zones inside the tiny tourist apartment

The series of 4 apartments occupy 175 square meters and while that might not seem like too much space, those enjoying nightlife of Catalonia and taking in its many attractions would more likely be spending more time outdoors than inside! What the holiday apartments lack in opulent space, they make up in cultural heritage as the brick walls and ceramic floor tiles bring the charm of early 20th century and an air of timelessness. These surfaces have been intentionally exposed wherever possible to usher in a smart blend of classic and contemporary that floors you the moment you step in.


Contemporary ergonomics are coupled with original exposed brick walls and tiles surfaces Living area, kitchen and dining room of the small tourist apartment in Barcelona Butterfly chair finds a space in any interior irrespective of its style Stylish wooden cabinets add softness and modern elegance to the interior Wooden surfaces in the kitchen add another layer of textural beuaty to the small tourist apartment in Barcelona

More modern wooden elements in the kitchen and midcentury icons like the Butterfly chair are coupled with original ceiling beams and a whitewashed backdrop, giving the apartments a dreamy, modern look. Nestled on the top level of a historical building, it is easy to see why a stay here would be truly unforgettable as you cherish the unique mixture of sophistication and tradition. [Photography: Jose Hevia]

Rich and vivacious interior of remodeled apartment in Barcelona White painted ceiling, brick walls and exposed wooden beams of the Barcelona home Wooden walls create smart partitions and private zones inside the tiny tourist apartment Original wood, brick and tile create an elegant and inviting interior

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