Transferring the peace and calm that the countryside gives us inside this house has been the objective of the Espejo & Goyanes studio at all times in this rehabilitation. A project, located on the outskirts of Madrid, in which its owners had an immovable premise: to connect the interior with the exterior, transmitting the sensations that nature provokes in us, in a fundamentally comfortable space.
For this, the designers wanted to integrate the landscape using fixtures integrated into the wall and counteracting with more elegant and warm materials, among which we mainly find stone, wood, tapestries, and linens. This mix of materials creates a suggestive contrast of tones and shapes in which antique elements blend with current pieces, a sober canvas in which the note of color is provided by the works of art that complete the decoration.
A space inspired by the work of the artist Lartigaud, using his tapestry that has been placed at the headboard of the master bedroom. A unique work, with an exceptional narrative through the elements, which has become a challenge for the decorators themselves, but which transmits their style and personality with a classic but renewed aesthetic.
To achieve this integrating effect between the interior and the exterior, colors present in nature have been chosen for the furniture and the presence of plants in all the rooms that connect us directly with it.
A very simple decoration to give prominence to different antique items and some works of art that energize the room. The large window completes that feeling of connection with the outside.
With simple lines and natural colors, this continues the line that we see throughout the house offering an elegant and very bright aesthetic in white and wood tones.
With a traditional and rural touch that is the wooden and jute chairs, the dining room offers us a sober image only broken by the presence of some artistic elements such as paintings, ceramics, and a striking sphere lamp that hangs from the ceiling.