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Renting or selling an apartment in Madrid is becoming an increasingly difficult and complicated task, as the wide range of offers makes the competition greater, and therefore, that the owners have to face with wit the new demands on the aesthetic and functional quality of homes.
It is essential, therefore, Get out of the comfort zone and dare to design custom spaces that tell a story. Something that The interior design team of Egue y Seta has implemented these three apartments in the same building. Which one do you prefer?
NUMBER 1: THE BOTANICAL BOY
A festival of natural and earthy colors and texturesthat going from sandy neutrals to less warm greens, too go through the oranges and golds to take the eyes to a particular corner or piece.
But in addition to the greens that dress botanical lithographs, textile patterns of decorative cushions, or the mint hue of the wall; they are also green in spirit the Vegetable fibers chosen for dining room chairs; the coffee table and the raw lining of the pouf; the Bamboo headboard in the room to match the wicker of the bedside fronts; and all the textiles ranging from linen to cotton and carpets.
To get away from a style too rustic, the molded and white raised baseboards, in conjunction with the mirrored doors and the architectural and decorative lighting, contribute to cushion and give sophistication to the spaces.Apartment distribution plan. Egue and Mushroom
NUMBER 2: THE BRIT BLUE
Inspired by the English style, the design of this apartment goes much further and gracefully combines aged skins, velvets, woods and chesters with deep blue backgrounds; nail brick walls seen moving away from industrial airs; drawings of maps, fish and dogs, intermingled with plants, mirrors, lighting and decorative details in gold ...
And in this house the contrasts are the daily bread, for that both bedrooms advocate for different aesthetics. The first, dominated by an aquamarine tone; and the second, with a dark blue where the wallpaper integrates an interesting pattern in the headboard wall.
NUMBER 3: THE ORGANIC DELUXE
It can address decorative luxury from a more organic and less green perspective? It seems so, and this apartment proves it. A space where the veins of wood and marble intermingle with golden and stony structures; where the smooth velvet smoothness harmonizes with organic-inspired graphic patterns in the form of shells or petals; and where, in addition, you can rest under the shelter of soft and warm textiles.Sofa bed, Habitat; pouf, Zara Home; coffee tables, Singular Market and Zara Home; carpet, Benuta; cushions, Zara Home, Maisons du Monde and IKEA. Vicugo Photo Dining table, Oh God; dining chairs, Singular Market; ceiling and table lamp, Kave Home; floor lamp, IKEA. Vicugo Photo Armchair, Vivonita; sideboard, Maisons du Monde; Marco, IKEA; Blade, Desenio. Vicugo Photo
In the bedroom, a Persian rug on which it is a pleasure to walk barefoot accompanies the bedding with gray polka dots, gold stripes and green raincoats.Sheets and blanket, Zara Home; headboard and wall lights, Maisons du Monde; bedside tables, Maisons du Monde; golden mirrors, Kave Home. Vicugo Photo Apartment distribution plan. Egue and Mushroom
And which one do you prefer?
Information and photographs: Courtesy of Egue and Seta.