It is a 120 square meter house that required a better redistribution to achieve more spacious and comfortable environments that took on the challenge from the beginning. As an advantage, it had an infinite entrance of natural light that had to be used and promoted wisely.
The living room is a good example, with its large windows and the choice of a warm color scheme that combines sand tones with lava gray.
A slatted panel has been chosen that includes the sliding door to make better use of the space and two backlit custom bookcases, always with the base of the aforementioned colors.
The focus of attention is placed on the sofa with a slightly more raised tone, as well as the elegant design lamp located on the dining room table, but, in general, the set gives off a visual harmony that makes each piece perfectly integrated into the room. space.
The same happens in the kitchen, with clean and refined lines, crowned by a custom pantry cabinet in a strong lava gray color that gives depth to the room. To match, a decorative paper has been chosen that shows a water effect creating a certain dynamism as a counterpoint to this linearity.
The corridor was one of the challenges of the interior designer since it is very long. The idea was to make it a pleasant passageway and this was achieved thanks to a studied design of artificial lighting and decorative wood carvings.
In the master bedroom, a headboard wallpaper has also been chosen in a very relaxing stone tone. The lamps combine simple pendant pieces decorated with copper details and simple white wall sconces. As for the furniture, it is played with the same model in different sizes.
In the main bathroom, the custom-designed iroko wood of the furniture enters the scene, which contrasts with the tones of the cement-effect wall tiles. The interior of the shower has a coating with a horizontal stripes texture in the same tone as the rest of the environment.