A home that’s got a whole lot of character can sometimes be the one that’s been around for awhile. Take this 80s built residence that was transformed in Brazil by David Guerra, for example. The initial structure provided the great bones for the space that allowed much of the detailed woodwork and open space to happen.
When renovating this space, a huge requirement was the open and airy windows in order to create a warm vacationing feel. Original brick work and the 80s touches can still be spotted here and there, but it is the character of the home that really helps the newly formed areas stand out. The interior is simple, with a mixture of eras in furniture and finishes, with dark woods contrasting against the light walls and the lush greenery spilling all over the exterior facade.