Turn of the century and elegance!
A grand style of house whose style is taken from the Swedish traditional manors of the 18th-19th century.
The manor house is often in a romantic and traditional style that takes the mind back in time and lets us forget both time and space. Today, the houses have often been adapted for the modern family to live in and adapted for a simpler everyday life. Modern and classic often go hand in hand through all the rooms of the house and create a nice contrast. In addition to the increased living spaces, we usually recognize the manor house style from its characteristic features. Pillars that welcome us at the beautiful double doors, large vaulted ceilings, large slatted window sections, dormers and great detail.
The house is often surrounded by a large garden where both family and friends can spend time together. An avenue feeling and large plans in front of the house are common. Here it is important to think about keeping the house's mammoth feel and meeting its great charm as well as maintaining its details.
Paving stones framed with large paving stones are often a popular choice to maintain a timeless impression and at the same time have a sense of luxury. Granite pillars provide a solid welcome at the entrance to the property and can also create a lovely avenue feeling that often belongs to the manor house style. And if you want to lay a really affordable surface of flagstone, flagstone Visby in the color Gråmix is a great choice as its mixed color pigments provide a vibrant paving. A stylish detail can then be to frame the ground stone with a beautiful curbstone in raw cut granite to enhance the whole impression and at the same time give the small details that the house style deserves.