THE MULTIPURPOSE ROOM
In it, we rest, chat, work and eat. It is now when we have been able to get the most out of the living area, creating corners where we can carry out different activities. Look how much juice the interior designer Laura Ehlis has gotten out of this image! The work area serves as a separating element between the living room and the dining room.
A COMMITMENT TO CREATING RELAXED ENVIRONMENTS
During the last year, we have felt our home more than ever as the refuge in which we feel safe, calm, and relaxed. And we want that feeling to last sine die. For this reason, it has a serene and authentic decoration where calm permeates everything. A slow deck that is achieved through simple designs, neutral colors, and the use of natural materials, as in this room that revolves around the fireplace.
Boosting the beauty of handmade pieces is going to continue to boom for months to come. If you want to follow this fashion closely, choose to protect the living room floor with handmade rugs. Geometric motifs, like kilims, and oriental designs will fill the gathering area, the dining room, or a walk-through area with color and style.
THE FRESHNESS OF NATURAL FIBERS
We are huge fans of them and there is no room worth its salt where they do not appear in the form of armchairs, poufs, or textiles. What we have in advance! Natural fibers of vegetable origin (wicker, sisal, hemp, jute, flax …) have come to stay, as they show us season after season.
ARTISAN PIECES FOR A LIVING ROOM WITH SOUL
Not only carpets, but crafts, in general, are also experiencing a well-deserved boom: blown glass, traditional cabinetmaking techniques, ceramics in its roughest or most sophisticated aspect … Everything made by hand comes with force giving us unique pieces, where each one is different so that each house has that personal touch so appreciated. This is how Meritxell Ribé has expressed it in this reading corner.
THE LIVING ROOM TURNED INTO A LARGE GREEN SPACE
At this point, a room is no longer conceived without the presence of plants. We need to feel that connection with Nature close and we take advantage of any corner, coffee table, or window sill to dress them in green. This is what the interior designer has done here: connecting the outdoor garden with the indoor living room.