Room Jana

The Jana room with its 17 sqm will restore you from your daily exertions.
The minimalist interior, with white walls or concrete effect, works as a background to a few unusual items with stronger colours.
The console table looks like a small trolley; the corner wardrobe was once my dear grandmother’s cupboard; the bedside table was a stool made from recycled wood over which hangs a designer lampshade. A recycled wood bench has been placed at the foot of the bed. There is flat screen TV.
The head of the bed is an old juniper ladder, its steps connected by a thread of wool, a homage to Maria Lai, the artist who, with that thread, wanted to depict the strong connection to her land, a sentiment shared by our people.
The Jana room opens onto a small balcony where one can enjoy a partial view of the valley; perhaps a glass of good wine could accompany romantic evenings.
The bathroom, with minimalist furnishing and concrete effect walls, is comfortable enough.

Room Acchiappasogni

Acchiappasogni means Dream Catcher. Our white cliffs inspired me to choose the colours for this room.
Chestnut beams and white canes frame the ceiling.
Rustic walls with corners which give space to graceful shapes; a four poster bed and an artisan made wardrobe hung on the wall in such a way that it looks like a picture.
There is a special touch in this room: the ash floor lamp and wall lamps were made by me with the help of some dear friends. Their beauty is in their simplicity.
To finish, there is a console table with a mirror, a flat screen TV, a chair and an air conditioning unit.
Soft and refined colours were my choice for the bathroom to provide an intimate and relaxed surrounding.

Room Maestrale

17 sqm; cream coloured walls with a rustic finish; 2 single beds which, if necessary, can be put together to make a comfortable double bed; a juniper console table which in former times was used as a base to make “Su Pistoccu” our traditional flat bread; a mirror; a rocking chair; a flat screen TV; a wall wardrobe made of recycled materials.
For the bathroom I have chosen the colours of our island: wood worked by the sea’s undertow, white as the limestone cliffs and walls in vibrant blue like our sea.
I played with contrasting colours and with natural materials to achieve an unusual effect. This room is called “Maestrale” because the northwest wind typifies Sardinia and summer days: whilst it brings rough seas to other coastal areas – not ideal for a swim – here the Maestrale brings clear skies, flat seas and a breath of fresh air!

Baunei awaits you with the promise of an unforgettable holiday

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