This stone residence in Arachova, Greece has straightforward lines and stunning contrast. Each and every space has been studied separately and compared with the total so conducive to relaxing and enjoying the view . The black and white collectively with the generous portions of materials such as wood and stone , and color splashes of warm fabrics of furniture create a spectacular backdrop . The furniture chosen by popular organizations: The purple sofa in the living area is the firm Verzelloni, wooden chair Gray of Gervasoni, whilst the round black metal tables , named Fat-Fat, the Cappellini. The attic is used as a guesthouse . Accommodates 1 large bed and a comfortable armchair Zoe, lined with bright orange fabric , with a footstool of Verzelloni. Due to the height at which it is located, relative to the living space , the attic is protected with metal grilles not avert eye make contact with with the major region but provides it an industrial character , which blends perfectly with wood and stone. The master bedroom is shaped like a hotel suite . Bathed in all-natural light coming via the big windows , which overlook the garden and the village of Arachova . It is the favourite room of the owners : a comfortable space with black wood-paneled walls and cabinets and furniture created by the architect Sophia Apergi , with special particulars like the fireplace opposite the bed , lighting Shady Tree of Brunklaus and wooden blocks and logs left over from the wooden roof and now serve as nightstands .