Posts tagged ‘Spain’

September 28, 2012

A Retro-Modern House By Studio Egue Y Seta

Check out this amazing place in Barcelona, Spain. It has been renovated from top to bottom, but this manor house retains its essence with a dazzling carpentry and hydraulic ubiquitous. In charge of this great project was interior designers Daniel Pérez & Felipe Araujo, from the studio Egue y Seta. The decoration style of the home is a retro-modern and industrial infused together to create a perfect blend. It has a great distribution of spaces and high ceilings.

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February 24, 2012

Small Apartment in Barcelona With Clever Design Solutions

Welcome to a colorful small apartment in Barcelona, Spain, especially designed to answer the living needs of a young couple. Found on MiCasa, this happy home is filled with personality and original design elements. Tall ceilings, exposed beams, pipes and plenty of color-all these elements reinvent the sober industrial style and contribute to a fresh atmosphere. With a clever and space-saving layout, every corner of this small apartment is taken advantage of to the fullest. A bright orange armchair and ottoman is the focal point of the living area and creates a wonderful reading spot next to the large window. Practical furniture solutions (a coffee table on wheels, built-in storage space, a suspended small bed) give the sensation of a decluttered, playful home. How do you appreciate the overall design style of this apartment? See any decor ideas you would like to use in your own crib?

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February 11, 2012

Warmth and Inspiration Defining a Renovation Project in Girona, Spain

We found this beautiful home renovation achieved by Lizarriturry Tuneu Arquitectura and located in Girona, a city in northeast Catalonia, Spain. Two main challenges were stated in the owners’ brief. The first was that the architects preserve the impressive medieval stone facade with balconies of wrought iron, wile the second request other was to have a logical room distribution within the renovated home. We believe the team of designers did a great job in maintaining the traditional ambiance of this place. Moreover, the arrangements give it a lovely, warm feel, which is taken to new heights in every room of the cottage-like house. Two generous doors from the courtyard connect the dining room and kitchen to a delightful terrace, while ensuring a large amount of natural light. The living room is especially cheerful, featuring a red sofa, exposed wooden beans and a cozy fireplace. Creativity is also present in the children’s room, the most dynamic interior of the crib. Enjoy the photos!

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