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A couple from me. Mimin basking in the afternoon sun in the living room and Lucky taking advantage of freshly washed bedding.
Nothing beats a backdrop of an industrial loft. Add in some vibrant colours, patterns, textures, and vintage furnishings and you have an eclectic and sophisticated space. This gem is located in a building in Madrid built in 1935 and was transformed by architect Peyo Basurto of Ping Pong Estudio, interior designer María Ruiz-Mateos and stylist Mercedes Díaz de Rábago. It is TO DIE FOR. Via . (Photos: Pablo Sarabia)
Just a short post today. I’m crazy busy picking up, dropping off, dragging furniture from room to room. Changes are afoot in my house and this is the weekend that all the grunt work gets done. How, oh how I wish I could take a seat in this Notting Hill garden. Just for few minutes, the time it takes to drink a coffee. When it comes time to return to the lifting and lugging my body might still ache but my spirits will be high. Such a lovely verdant oasis in the city by .
“To create beautifully unique spaces with a nod to historical details and high-end craftsmanship that will stand the test of time while simultaneously embracing the modern amenities and clean lines of design today.”
That’s the mission statement and here are the results. A new home designed and built from the ground up by Seattle-based and her team. It’s stylish modern living with an emphasis on balance and symmetry, layering textures, patterns, and palette.
It’s not your usual luxury. Yes there are rich colours and high end finishes. Velvet sits with marble, gleaming metals reflect statement art. Yes it’s sumptuous and tactile, lush and sophisticated but it’s just a little edgy, a little sharp. It’s the new luxe. Diagonal Residence by Barcelona-based interior designer .