Hemingway

EMOTION LINE: FEELING & STYLE

Of more linear design, reminiscent of those dreamy Caribbean horizons that inspired Hemingway’s “The Old Man and the Sea”.
The rooms are airy and bright, with white wood the key element here, used to great effect on both the walls as well as for the furniture.

The colours chosen, both inside and outside the mobile home, are those that best evoke images of the sea, a sea not frantic and warm but that sea more pure and true; in it we find the red and blue surrounded by white and warmer tones of brown.
The living area consists of a kitchen equipped with a stove, cupboards with shelves, sink and fridge; in the living room is a comfortable sofa which transforms into the dining area.

The sleeping area includes a bedroom for children – with a foldaway bed and loft, for a total of 3 beds – and a luxurious master bedroom with simple headboard, directly overlooking the veranda. Completing the bedroom are two bathrooms with shower.
The veranda, covered for about half of its surface area, completes the unit by giving clients the option of spending their holiday outside even in bad weather.