Renovated apartment in Madrid by Soler-Roig Eugenia

This chic apartment is located in Madrid, Spain and it has been recently renovated by Soler-Roig Eugenia. The apartment has been turned into a stylish and elegant home. What used to be an old and boring space was turned into a fresh and modern home by this talented designer.

This is a space designed for someone with an active social life. It’s great for meetings and entertainment. The apartment is now open and bright. It includes a large floor-to-ceiling mirror on one of the walls of the living. This is a common trick for when you want to create the impression of a larger space. The apartment features a lovely lounge area with a beautiful sofa designed by Gastón y Daniela, an elegant table and chairs from Jon Urgoiti and a very stylish bronze sculpture by Richard Hudson.

It’s a casual apartment but it’s also warm and inviting. Some of the room feature cozy carpets and comfy furniture can be seen throughout the home. As for the decorations, they are stylish and eye-catching. There’s a beautiful painting hanging on one of the walls signed by Santiago Castillo and an antique mirror near the dining room. The dining room is connected to the library by original paneled doors. This has been a great remodel. The apartment looks completely new, fresh and modern.{found on nuevo-estilo}

Published by in Apartments, on December 17th, 2011


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