Communicating the living room with the kitchen and dining room and achieving an open, modern space with personality is possible. This room project demonstrates it.
This is the proposal of the architects of the room, Sandra Rodríguez, and Rebeca Campo, to achieve a unified, modern, functional, and very personal space. It is a living room connected to the dining room and the kitchen or a kitchen open to the living room or an environment with several areas that also manage to integrate the hall.
Whichever way you look at it, the interior design project for this apartment on Calle Menorca in Madrid has a different air. A diaphanous and spacious room is achieved with functional furniture and under the creative prism of color, light, and expression.
The starting point was a blank canvas. The decoration has nods to the cinema, also a Nordic air and a vintage touch, thanks to a Soviet fan that the owners wanted to keep. Also playing a role was the sentimental value of a painting of the Italian coast, the place where the owners were married.
The result is worth seeing: a single room where details matter, materials are mixed and the strength of yellow illuminates and warms the room.
Living room, dining room and kitchen in the same space
All in one because in the same space the living room, the dining room and the kitchen coexist, delimited but open, and in only 50 square meters.
In this shot you can see the continuity of the environments in a canvas in very bright neutral tones.
The seating area: seats
A gray upholstered sofa with wooden armrests and legs and a yellow armchair are the seats in the living area.
a movie lamp
Sandra Rodríguez and Rebeca Campo, from the RdeRoom studio, lit up the living room with a cinema-inspired spotlight. It is the Film lamp.
light coffee tables
As center tables, a couple of nesting tables, which are very light.
An aquamarine crocheted pouf
A pouf completes the seating area and the colors go perfectly with a duo of cheerful paintings that dress the wall. Two huge vintage letters G and P, the initials of the names of the owners of the house.
This is the seating area of the living room
A wooden trunk as a footrest next to the lamp. A gray carpet defines the living room.
Living room deco accessories
Detail of the lamp and the plates on a shelf.
The sofa cushions
The Graphic cushions, from the Danish brand House Doctor, liven up the sofa.
a yellow chair
This yellow armchair completes the seating area and illuminates the area with color.
Detail of the table lamp
The dining room with a jewel lamp on the table
On the dining table a jewel lamp: Pirce, by Artemide.
Decorative detail on the dining table
Decorative detail on the dining table: colored candlesticks.
The dining room is located between the living room and the kitchen, in a “passage area”, which is why light furniture has been chosen, although delimited by a rug.
Light pieces that decorate and delimit
The Vinti table has light lines with a glass top and black lacquered metal legs. The chairs are the Bertoia model.
The wink of color in charge of the rug from the Danish firm Ferm Living with geometric prints inspired by Art Decó.
View of the dining room from the living room
continuous space. In 50 square meters several environments are successfully resolved.
View of the room from the hall
In the kitchen, RdeRoom customized the bar that already existed when they took over the project. A cantilevered bar was designed and the area was completed with several stools, all in natural wood.
The idea of the bar was that it could also be used for work but it is perfect for breakfast or a drink while the cook finishes the dish in the kitchen.
The kitchen, also integrated in the hall
The kitchen, open to the room, is also integrated into the hall since it is the first room in the house that you find when you enter.
In white with hints of color
Above the bar and in a kitchen where total white predominates, three small mint green lacquered metal ceiling lamps. They are sold in the RdeRoom store.
Fruit bowls on the kitchen counter
Three fruit bowls decorate the work area of the kitchen.
Detail of the fruit bowls
Detail of the fruit bowls, available in the store at www.rderoom.es
View of the living room composition towards the entrance
The TV is installed on the wall, which serves the living room and dining room. In this shot you can see the view from this corner towards the hall.
Coat racks at the entrance
The entrance is completed with a playful combination of black-wood button coat racks from Bloomingville, perfect for leaving your coat or bag, which also turns into a pretty and cheerful pattern of dots when they are empty.
The entrance is organized around a creative and elegant composition with light furniture as the main element as a console, combined with a mirror and a collage of paintings.
A piece of furniture that adds style
The furniture is made of mango wood with a natural finish and iron feet. A rustic chic and industrial touch at the same time, very well fitted.
baskets to organize
The cabinet is used to organize small accessories with baskets.
Touches of color in accessories
On the console several vases, yellow, from the firm Broste, and aquamarine, from ‘Bloomingville.
A collage on the wall
Leaning on the wall and on the cabinet is a large mirror. Around the composition several paintings and sheets of different sizes and frames.