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The imminent arrival of September has once again put the focus on the decoration of our rooms. How to generate warm and welcoming environments that protect us from the drop in temperatures? How to reinvent the decoration without spending a fortune? How to adopt the latest trends? If you have asked yourself any of these questions, surely in this topic you will find all the inspiration you need.
1 Integration of spaces
Clear the way for natural light, favoring its entrance to the last corner of the house. With this idea in her head, the architect María José Navarro began the reform of this Madrid house with the collaboration of Marta Díaz-Noriega.
2 A country-style living room
One of the most prominent elements in Estela Maca’s living room is the white linen sofa, which she and her partner chose with their predilection for natural fibers and the warmth of fabrics in mind. It also highlights the teak wood coffee table in a raw state, or what is the same, natural.
3 Contemporary and chic
In this room, eclecticism reigns supreme in the company of personalized furniture such as a bespoke upholstered pouf. The earth tones acquire greater prominence thanks to the white of the walls and the gold finishes of some elements. The art is not missing either, present in the XL painting.
4 The Living Room of Moderna de Pueblo
With a minimalist style where neither color nor design pieces are lacking, the house has been decorated mostly with furniture and accessories from the firm Kave Home, giving rise to the perfect millennial home for this journalist, publicist and comic book illustrator who It never stops reaping successes.
5 The wildest deco
The great advantage of this living area is the neutrality of the main elements that favors the integration of bright colors. Thus, together with the gray sofa and the natural wood tables, a mustard velvet armchair perfectly combines. The cushions also play a fundamental role showing geometric patterns in yellow, white and black. The result? A very powerful look that exudes optimism and joy.
6 A modern, up-to-date and refreshing living room
The coldness of gray tones and metallic finishes becomes a perfect ally if we talk about spaces with architectural elements with an industrial air such as exposed brick. A range of colors with a powerful charge of modernity when applied to furniture with refined lines. On this base, the white details add luminosity and freshness. Click on the link to find out how to copy the look !
7 Eclectic mix
Design pieces coexist with other ethnic ones on a neutral base, which gains visual interest with bursts of toned color. The result: a natural and welcoming decoration. L-shaped sofa, from Bd Madrid. Mohair cushions and blanket, by Gancedo. Center tables, by Vitra. Lamp, from Santa & Cole. Leather rug, from Zara Home.
8 Contemporary and mid-century
With a style that oscillates between contemporary and mid-century, this room has been decorated respecting the colonial essence of the house.
9 A Nordic living room decorated in mustard and honey
Wood -honey and chestnut- with mustard. There is no combination more cosy, soft, enveloping, relaxing… The wooden furniture in the setting in the photo, signed by La Redoute, is synonymous with absolute warmth. A perfect environment to heat the winter cold. Both in its honey tone and in teak and chestnut, it combines luxuriously with mustard, present in the upholstery and cushions, and adds an attractive golden and melancholic atmosphere reinforced by velvety textures.
10 Natural light and beach style
The large window that communicates with the outside was a great advantage when decorating this room open to the dining room, where the choice of whites in upholstery and furniture encourages the free flow of light. The space was used to the maximum, without overwhelming it, also endowing it with a cheerful beach style without excesses, based on light tones, natural wood and blue and white textiles.
11 A living room with history
After beginning the demolitions and leaving the space bare, the true charm of this 1900 building in the center of Madrid appeared: the precious wooden beams of the roof and one of the pillars of the structure that supports it. Both were left on view as a way of honoring the historical past of the apartment, with decoration in white and tan tones that enhance its natural beauty.
12 An open-plan penthouse with a terrace
The architects Egue and Seta sign this contemporary design room open to the dining room and kitchen, with a multitude of ingenious storage spaces that adapt to the structure of the attic, designed for an independent woman.
13 With Mediterranean charm
In this room, the visual harmony of the natural and soft tones of the upholstery, curtains and furniture is punctuated, as a nod to the nearby Mediterranean, by the blue touches of the cushions, paintings, lampshades and decorative elements.
14 Chic Minimalism
The interior designer’s biggest challenge was, in her own words: ”designing a space in black and white that wasn’t boring or lacking in sophistication”. The key to success? The different textures and vintage pieces.