This stone house was originally built as a private museum and study by prominent Croatian archaeologist Dr Grga Novak (1888-1978).
The house has been fully renovated in 2017 and converted into a summer rental. The space has an open concept layout with high ceilings and a unique arched window with breathtaking views of the Adriatic sea and islands. The interior is furnished with restored furniture and decorated with original artworks.
Bathroom sliding door on the right.
The tiles on the walls and in the shower were painted with yacht paint. The floor tiles were covered with a layer of garage floor epoxy paint.
Floor decking instead of a rug gives this tiny bathroom a spa feel.
Hand woven curtain panel.