Warm apartment in Barcelona decorated in natural colors and wood

This cozy apartment is located in Barcelona and it has been redecorated and restructured in order to become a functional home. As part of the renovation, the décor was changed into something a little more natural and warm. The apartment is now bright, filled with natural light and features a variety of different colors. However, they are all part of the same palette.

The dining room is part of a large open floor plan that also includes the living room. It features tones of beige and cream along with browns and some touches of black for visual contrast. The furniture is modern and casual and includes a stylish sofa with ottomans and extra chairs. The carpet matches the blinds and features a delicious tone of light brown. The interior décor was the creation of Laura Masiques Jardi Study. The main idea was to create a natural and warm environment and she did that by using color.

During the renovation, some structural changed also needed to be made. An open plan was created and it includes the entrance hall, the lounge and the dining area. Spotlights were added to the ceiling and parquet floors. The walls were painted in bone and the results were a peaceful and serene décor. There are a lot of different textures in there and they all work harmoniously together. The kitchen is connected to the living area and features the same warm décor. The apartment also includes an office in tones of beige and sand.{found on micasarevista}.

Published by in Apartments, on March 9th, 2012


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