Narrow 5th Floor Apartment Filled With Personal Touches Of An Artist

When you live in a space for a longer period of time, you inevitably make it your own. You start making changes and you transform the interior design little by little until it represents you completely. It’s easy to notice things like these especially when you’re analyzing spaces that belong to artists or creative people in general. Today we’re going to take a look at this apartment which belongs to artist and businesswoman Carla Taruella.

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The apartment is situated on the 5th floor of a Barcelona building. She found it 12 years ago and decided it was perfect for her and her family. She managed to extend the apartment by adding the space next to it. The interior doesn’t have the best layout but it’s a wonderful and relaxing space.

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The living room, dining area and the kitchen share the same space. It’s a narrow space but it’s open and it doesn’t feel uncomfortable. The walls are painted white, the same as the ceilings and this creates the impression of a larger space.

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Little by little, personal touches were added to this blank canvas and the space became very special. Contemporary art is hanging on the walls and the furniture chosen is very tasteful and chic, featuring classical designs but also bursts of color, carefully spread throughout the apartment. The interior décor is an amalgam of elements that the owner finds charming, whether they were found in antique shops, brought from travels or created right there.{found on elle}.