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The most chic and contemporary house you'll see today

The most chic and contemporary house you'll see today

José Luis de Lara

Distributed on a large terrace, two bedrooms, living room, kitchen and two bathrooms, this house located in the prestigious Madrid neighborhood of Las Rozas, needed a breath of fresh air.

Despite being decorated with very good taste, the owner wanted to adapt the rooms to a more contemporary, spatial and aesthetic lifestyle.

The proposal of the interior designers of Nimú, Fayette and Margarita, was clear: conceive a wide open space with kitchen, living room, dining room and work area, a large bedroom with bathroom and a toilet. All this increasing the prominence of the terrace and taking advantage of the possibility of increasing the height of the ceilings.

As for aesthetics, we proceeded to design a neutral container with touches of color and materiality in the different rooms. Let's see it!

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The new hall surprises with its minimalist airs, with the main door in wine color, and a long wooden bench as a seating area.

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In the open space that houses the kitchen and office, a mint green, with plugs from the collection Le corbusier Jung's color burgundy.

Some were also designed doors with cannage for tall furniture and a island in cherry wood with geometric engravings in the lower part, to generate contrast and break the chromatic monotony.

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In the classroom, the original fireplace was recovered and the area around it and the large window that contemplates the terrace was reorganized.

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The laundry room and the toilet were hidden by floor-to-ceiling doors, painted just like the wall, with white cranks from Formani.

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The toilet stands out for the sanitary ware and taps vintage, and the yellow joints of the tiles, giving a point of warmth.

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Access to the master bedroom is done through a floor to ceiling door which is completely embedded in the partition. Here, in addition to changing the color of the window, the closet doors were renovated.

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In the main bathroom, the protagonists are the washbasin in oil color of Ceramic Globe and the built-in brushed copper faucet from Icónico.

Design and interior design: Nimú

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