Tiny penthouse interior design in Salamanca, Madrid

This small but very beautiful penthouse is located in Salamanca, a mixture of residential and commercial areas, on the eighth floor of a 1940 building. However, the elevator makes it easier to get there. The penthouse features 485 square feet of interior space plus an additional 484 square feet from the two terraces. The entry to the house is made from the entry door in the living room. Then, as you pass the living room, you reach the open kitchen area.

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The transition from one room to another is very smooth and less disturbing than some people might think. Besides the living room, the penthouse also features a bedroom and a bathroom. So, as you can see, it’s a very small place.

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The apartment had to undergo a renovation two years ago. During the process, the kitchen and bath appliances have been upgraded, as well as the heating and air-conditioning, However, the structure of the apartment remained the same.

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From the kitchen you get directly into the bedroom that has a very practical walk-in storage area. The bathroom is covered with tiny metallic glass tiles. Besides the simple but elegant furniture, the apartment is also decorated with beautiful mosaics. The front and back terraces add some open space, filled with natural light and beautiful views of some of Madrid’s most prominent landmarks, including Paseo de la Castellana, Plaza de España and Puerta del Sol, as well as the mountains north of Madrid.{found on nytimes}