DESIGNED TO INVITE
The owners are perfect hosts. They always have friends for dinner, which is why they thought of connecting the kitchen and dining room with sliding glass doors so that the chef would not feel isolated. And incidentally, with such depth, gain a sense of space.
AND THE GLASS CHANGED EVERYTHING!
That’s how it is. This tiny apartment in Vitoria was dark and outdated, but the designer knew how to imagine what it has become today: a cute girl bathed in light and where the open glass walls take center stage.
A HOUSE THAT WAS LEFT WITHOUT WALLS
There only left the load-bearing walls standing and focused on connecting the spaces as much as possible, one of the infallible keys in the decoration of small apartments.
WORK FURNITURE “PROFIT CENTIMETERS”
In a bedroom where you have to enter almost from the side, your wits must be sharpened. The tables did not fit here, so a headboard was made with enough depth to support the lamp and the book.
SOFT COLORS, THE IDEAL PAIR OF GLASS
Beige, off-white, mint… These are the tones that were chosen to accompany the light that suddenly flooded the spaces after the reform. And another great idea: the room next to the kitchen was opened to install the dining room and after a very light glass slide they won a study.
NOT EVEN THE COLUMNS ARE A NUISANCE!
Of course not. Here they were integrated into the bathroom design, gaining a sink on each side, thus achieving greater comfort. Do you want to see more?
A RECOVERED LOFT
It is mini, it is in Madrid and has the charm of being a centenary, from 1874 exactly, although it had a later reform that filled it with plasterboard and made it lose all its character.
FLOWN FURNITURE, ALWAYS GREAT
When there are not enough meters, a good idea is to free the soil as much as possible and for this, the blown pieces are the best solution. In this hall, Asun planned just enough to provide support and comfort.
WHITE AND BEIGE, THE PERFECT BALANCE
In small spaces, white is the safe choice. But also the light toasts, which do not diminish but they do warm. Asun Antó chose white for custom furniture and walls in a house that has managed to appear much larger than it really is.