A house by the sea with Pratico - Santalucia

A house by the sea with Pratico

6 July 2021

It’s time for sun, sand and… stylish furniture! With new designs and space-saving solutions, the Pratico collection by Santalucia Mobili is the perfect way to add practical style to a holiday home. In this layout, the living area and the bedroom have coordinated finishes and tones that interact in perfect harmony.

arredare la casa al mare

Surrounded by nature on all sides, the house is just a short distance from the sea. In fact, fishing boats are the inspiration for the interior off-white panelling with a “worn look”. Natural wood and neutral colours heighten the nautical feel.

Pratico Living
Pratico Night

The open-plan living area features a linear Matwood Honey base unit and Eco Limo wall units in a special geometrical arrangement. The total white of the Elia table and Vera chairs fill the dining area with visual lightness.

Pratico Living

Storage is provided by a sideboard with a coordinated finish and open-fronted module, without adding bulk to the space. 

madia Pratico Living

Large glass doors maximise the view of the garden from the bedroom, merging the two spaces into one when open.

The naturalness of the Matwood Honey finish and the Eco Limo colour carry over from the living area to the bedroom, where the items in the Hot Collection, the West bed and the wardrobe with Liscia door combine simplicity with functionality.

Pratico Night

A bed with a storage unit is the perfect space-saving solution for a holiday home, especially as a place to keep bedlinen once the season’s over. An upholstered headboard attenuates the geometrical effect and increases the air of comfort.

Pratico Night

The wardrobe with Liscia mirrored doors expands the space visually. Its dimensions appear almost weightless and the reflection in the glass makes the rooms seem larger.

armadio Pratico

In the living area as in the bedroom, the choice of simple designs and light colours emphasises the natural light entering through the large windows. A house by the sea can become a haven, where you can reconnect with nature and yourself.