Monica de Tomas (or Moni Moleskine in Instagram) is not only a tall and beautiful top model, a blogger and journalist but just a normal sentimental woman who has created a real oasis of relaxation and comfort in her apartment in the center of Madrid. Whenever she’s far from home, she wishes to get back to her beloved nest, take off high heels, and just relax with a book on the armchair. And the interiors of her apartment are so beautiful!
In order to have more light and spacious dwelling, the new owners of this duplex apartment in Madrid had to say goodbye to some architectural elements that remained from the previous owners. Many partitions were dismantled (now there is a lot of open space), a cumbersome spiral staircase replaced by a more concise one in white, and old walls were renovated with paint. Sometimes it’s really better not to complicate!
Aged furniture, vintage leather sofa, shabby decor in the living room and on the contrary modern minimalist kitchen and bathroom. This apartment in the downtown of Madrid demonstrates that the past and the present can perfectly coexist under one roof. And if it’s magical Spanish architecture, as in this case, then the result is even more inspiring. Let’s look!
Believe it or not, but this loft in Madrid has its own Instagram account, and, it must be said, very entertaining, with regular updates. In this way the owners promote the apartment in social networks: home is located in the downtown and is rented for a short term. The interiors are decorated in a rustic country style with massive beams and an abundance of wood – it’s hard to imagine that you are in the heart of the Spanish capital. Amazing!
In the heart of Madrid, designers from ABATON studio beautifully renovated this small apartment in a hundred-year-old house. The main focus here is a vintage green wall in the living room, which sets the mood for the whole home. The rest of the space is snow-white with dynamics in it being set by colorful furniture and details. And we could not miss mentioning that accessories like shoes, bags, scarves, and clothes play the role of decor in this design. Maybe these items have taken their places just for the sake of a photo shoot, but nevertheless, it looks fresh and spectacular!
When an interior designer is engaged in decorating a house for a fashion designer, it is always an interesting task. But in this case, the result exceeded all expectations. The home of Eduardo Rivera in Madrid turned out to be incredibly cool, stylish and unique. The color palette is a mix of blue tones and shades. Attractive deep blue can be found on the walls and on upholstered furniture. There is something magnetic about the interiors. Details in retro style (typewriter, bookcases, mirror cupboard in the bathroom) give the space an irony and ease, an element of play and mystery, but at the same time, the industrial features take us down to the ground. The design is versatile, like the person for which it was designed!
This cool Madrid home resembles a color palette – the white background is infused with bright and juicy colorful splashes. Thanks to the large windows, which are not overloaded with heavy curtains, there is a lot of light. Interiors by designer Alejandra Pombo are famous for their detail and this project is not an exception. Paintings, sculptures, flowers, vases and even mini-installations – everything fits perfectly into interiors. Great design in sunny Spain!
Although it’s a 100-year old granite stone house, after recent restoration by Schneider Colao now the interiors have a modern and chic vibe. The walls and ceiling are still finished with wood but a lot of colorful decor and minimalist furniture were added by designers. Cool mountain home for design lovers!
Barcelo Torre hotel in Madrid is a realm of modern style, bright colors, and unusual details. Pink chairs here coexist with the ancient mask silhouettes and pictures of women in folk costumes. The hotel sometimes resembles a bright and mysterious world from “Alice in Wonderland” – every corner reveals something new and interesting, just look at all these original accessories, furniture, decor. Great hotel design!
Look how wonderfully this bright Madrid apartment was transformed by adding some living plants and trees. Seems like interiors are a logical extension of the green nature outside. We can’t believe this home is located just in the very center of crowded Spanish capital!