Usually, an average city apartment has one balcony or a maximum of two, but in this Spanish apartment, there are as many as 7 of them! The thing is in the gorgeous historical architecture of the building in the center of Madrid, which was designed with many small French-style balconies throughout the facade. Interestingly, the interiors have a clear Scandinavian feel, with its minimalism and contrasts, although there are also elements of French and Spanish aesthetic. Wonderful city home!
The interiors of this apartment in Madrid is imbued with the spirit of the past, and this is mainly because of the high vintage shutters and ancient wooden supports that it was decided to preserve during the recent renovation. The rustic country motifs were supported by other details of the decor: firewood under TV, wall finish with plaster, rough natural textiles. It is unusual to see such a set in a city apartment, but we have to say this design looks very so unusual and interesting. Enjoy!
Beige, brown and cream tones have an amazing ability to transform the interior. This Madrid apartment has become incredibly cozy and “warm” thanks to them. The designer, by the way, did not make the interior monochrome – exclusively beige or brown – and used these colors as accents. Also, we loved the window that was used as a mirror for the dressing table, and the old fireplace with candles. Particular attention should be paid to the dressing room: spacious, functional, and even with its own window. Wonderful apartment with elegant style and memorable details!
This apartment in Madrid is an excellent synonym for spring and the awakening nature. Beige and dairy tones are mixed with ash-pink, tender-lime and yellow shades – these are not so bright colors as in the summer, but not cold winter tones. Floristic prints, paintings and posters enlivened the interiors as well. There was a place even for a drop of irony – in the form of a red glossy bulldog in the living room. Wonderful apartment with a great mood!
The pictures of Spanish homes are always so warm and cozy. Even white spaces here do not seem cold, but on the contrary, they are always filled with the sun and a warming positive atmosphere reigns there. This bright apartment in Madrid is another excellent example of this. Of course, it was not without natural wood and beige-milky shades. In any case, it’s wonderful!
Pleasant daylight, natural materials, and light modern design – this apartment in Madrid is filled with spring touches and comfort. In decoration, a lot of wood was used: wall panels, large cabinet furniture, small details of wood. The most important thing is that there is a fell of harmony inside this home. Such spaces are designed for enjoying life to the fullest!
Looking at the pictures of this not very big apartment in Madrid, it’s hard to believe that its area is only 67 sqm. This visual effect was achieved thanks to the fact that almost all the space is given to a bright open living room with kitchen and kitchen, and the bedrooms here are quite small in size. It is impossible not to mention the architecture of the building, which gave this apartment a lot of windows and filled it with light. Beauty!
Decorator Ana Larriu and her husband lived for 20 years in Beirut, but recently decided to move to Spain. In Madrid, they bought an apartment in a wonderful central area near the park, but the accommodation was in an extremely poor condition and needed urgent renovation. For the new owners, such a challenge was only a joy as they were able to make the home of her dreams by their own hands. Now this is a wonderful bright modern apartment with the nice atmosphere during holidays!
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!