A sofa and an armchair upholstered with raw cloth, by Gancedo, designed by Manuel García López. The cushions, from KA, put the color note. The side tables and the lamps are from Better & Best.2 KITCHEN OPEN TO THE SALON
It has a reclaimed hydraulic tile floor and a red false ceiling with halogen spotlights.3 WITH A LOT OF STYLE
The dining room is located next to the living room, just behind a loading pillar. To delimit both areas, a stove enameled in red, from Chimneys Henares, was placed on said pillar, and just in that transition zone, the floor was covered with recovered old hydraulic tiles.4 WELL USED
After the living area there is a small dining room. The recess of the wall has been used to place a cupboard for the dishes. It’s from Hanbel.5 OLD AND MODERN MIX
The stone wall and the floor of hydraulic tiles contrast on the furniture of straight lines with lower laminated cabinets, by Hogar Dalí.6 BEDROOM
The bed was placed so that the lintel of the window serves as headboard and bedside table. The wall was decorated with striped wallpaper, from Omexco. The bluff, from Better & Best, like bedside tables and lamps.7 VERY FEMALE BATHROOM
The cabinet underlavabo with drawers, Better & Best, serves as support to the sink Sign of Unisan. The wall combines porcelain and wallpaper with polka dots, from Omexco.