All posts with tag:Madrid

After the purchase, the owners of this 75 sqm apartment in the Lavapies district of Madrid decided that they needed to add more light to the interiors and saturate them with colors and energy. They chose a favorite combination of white and wood as a base, and then used a bold palette of aquamarine, yellow,…

Decorator Irene Benjumea calls her Madrid apartment a proving ground. That means, here she brought to life many ideas that she did not dare to implement in the clients’ home. The apartment has an interesting layout: with the help of well-thought-out partitions, many rooms can be combined or, on the contrary, made private. Irene skillfully…

Renowned interior designer Louis Bustamante has created a real mini-museum feel in his Madrid apartment. Louis has long been fond of art, so the pieces of his collection have taken their rightful place in the interiors. And the appropriate environment has been chosen for them: the space is replete with expensive furniture, marble, mirrors and…

This apartment in Madrid’s Literary Quarter has retained the beautiful textured walls and beams inherited from the original 1900 home. The combination of frayed walls, stucco moldings and vibrant modern furnishings make this space unique and incredibly interesting. In the already spacious living room, the designer tried to expand the space with mirrors on the…

In this renovated apartment in a 19th-century house in Madrid, designers have mixed up perhaps the most incompatible elements and styles. Rough brick wall and old wooden beams on one side and refined stucco and moldings on the other – the very base of the premises speaks about serious contrasts. But the most important feature…

Since today is a bright and festive day, we are pleased to share such a wonderful home in Madrid. This is an elegant apartment in an old house, decorated in soft and light pastel colors, and with wonderful Christmas decor. In such a noble and sophisticated setting, one should ask for a restrained, sophisticated festive…