Located in the autonomous community of The Rioja, more specifically in the bimonthly Roman City of Calahorra, this spacious apartment decorated with romantic airs is based. Before the integral reform, the original house of the seventies was dark and narrow. The distribution consisted of three bedrooms, living room, kitchen and bathroom, but when adapted to the needs of the new owners, it became a space with two bedrooms, dressing room, living room, kitchen and bathroom.
As for interior design, a romantic style with Parisian airs was chosen, conceiving a comfortable home with bright, cozy and relaxing spaces. Romanticism is perceived as soon as you enter the apartment in the delicate combination of rustic furniture, recovered from the old house in some of the cases, and in the elegant Parisian inspirations that harmonize with the most modern materials and techniques.
The corridor became the main core of the house through the white friezes, equipped with a subtle indirect wall lighting of the Faro brand, which creates an atmosphere of elegance and classicism. The color palette is based on white and organic and stone colors, looking reminiscent of nature to achieve a sense of balance and serenity that surrounds the environment.TPD Infographics / Juani San Miguel
On the other hand, as the owners have a special connection with the sea and the water, the decoration was decorated with flirty chromatic and ornamental winks, in addition to small marine notes that bring positive energy to the house.
Two old rooms make up the spacious and bright living room of more than 30 square meters inspired by the château French, as can be seen in the main stone wall that takes on special prominence.TPD Infographics / Juani San Miguel
The jewel of the house and the romantic corner par excellence is the Kamin Klaus fireplace, around which the rest and relaxation area of the house revolves.
As the time of enjoyment with friends and family plays a fundamental role, a small table of Maisons du Monde was set up for family gatherings. Being extensible and able to accommodate up to twelve guests, it covers the usual needs of the owners without taking up space, while allowing them to bring guests without restrictions on special occasions.TPD Infographics / Juani San Miguel TPD Infographics / Juani San Miguel
The kitchen, designed by interior designer Irene Pérez and custom-made by Cociferma, remains true to the romantic style that reigns in the house.
It is a rustic kitchen of small dimensions, with a central island with wheels that allows to move it to use it as a work table when cooking, use it as a table to eat, or simply, place it next to the wall and leave a spacious kitchen for the necessary moments.
The hydraulic tile carpet and the wooden countertops provide the rustic look sought after.TPD Infographics / Juani San Miguel
Having used a part of the old hall to give it more space, the bathroom is now much more spacious.The imitation stone tiles of the Ibero Porcelain house continue the elegant and relaxed style that reigns throughout the house. TPD Infographics / Juani San Miguel
To get better lighting, we chose a niche with led light inside the shower.
In the guest room, romantic airs and small sailor winks are found in the wall decoration. Is about a very functional small room It can be used as a study and bedroom at the same time.TPD Infographics / Juani San Miguel
The master bedroom transports us to any refined château 18th century french. The color and texture concordance make this room the ideal place for rest and relaxation.TPD Infographics / Juani San Miguel
The dressing room is integrated into the room through a sliding glass door that closes the bedroom or the dressing room itself.
Being a not very large house, the sliding doors optimize spaces as much as possible.
Finally, as a reminder of the reform, the radiator cover and dressing room lamp were restored, completing A very elegant and cozy French-style French-style decoration, so that when arriving home the owners feel like in the most luxurious of the hotels.TPD Infographics / Juani San Miguel
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