Thinking about a plan for the Constitution Bridge, to make a trip during Christmas? Then, this house convinces you to spend a few days in the village of Safien Neukirch, in the Swiss Alps.
This bucolic building is a old school dating nothing more and nothing less than 1700 located right next to a small church that is probably surrounded by snow by now. As you can see, the exterior of the building is wood lined, a material that is also predominant inside.
In fact, both the furniture and the walls and floors are in wood, of different types and finishes yes, adapting in this way to the mountain area in which this house is located.
During the rehabilitation carried out in 2010 He opted to keep some details of the past of this building, such as the carbon black of the kitchen walls, the soapstone stove, or the names engraved on the walls.
Besides the wood-lined living room and high ceilings, with antique furniture combined with more modern ones, or animal heads hanging on the wall, the house has four more rooms, such as this simple bedroom with a bed made of the same material that prevails throughout the house.
Particularly attractive I have found the bathroom, for that rustic air it has, with the combination of different types of wood with the white of some walls, and above all, for this rectangular bathtub that leaves a little of the traditional bathtubs to which we are accustomed.
Because honestly, it has to be amazing to take a hot bath in this wooden bathtub surrounded by candles after spending a day enjoying the snow and the corners of this Swiss valley ...