Kitchens - WOOD oak

A home with authentic Spanish charm

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When the homeowners moved to Madrid, they faced the challenge of finding a home that was not only functional and cosy but also reflected their identity.

This couple was looking for a spacious and bright house. In just one month, they discovered the ideal space: an 85 m2 flat that, after a clever reconfiguration, went from three fragmented bedrooms to two spacious, light-filled rooms with a large terrace.

From the beginning, they made it clear that they did not want a generic house. Their wish was to have a home that embodied the Spanish essence. This wish was realised with a vibrant colour palette and the use of handcrafted materials. Navy blue was chosen for the master bedroom and bathroom and aqua green for the second bathroom, two bright colours that bring the space to life. To maximise light and reduce the feeling of a long corridor, a bright yellow colour was chosen, complemented by sliding doors in the same tone.

The kitchen is another standout room in the house. With a hood covered in burgundy tiling, WOOD Oak furniture and gold handles, the design is complemented by an island with a Rosso Lepanto marble countertop that stands out for its texture and colour. This L-shaped kitchen is not only visually striking but also very functional, providing ample storage space in the base and wall units.

During the refurbishment, priority was given to the restoration of the original floor and the use of local materials, such as Valencian tiling and Madrid tiles.

This house is a clear reflection of how it is possible to have a modern feel in harmony with vestiges of the past. Every corner of the house speaks of the owners’ love of Spain, and their passion for design that is both practical and unconventional.

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Project:

Yeyé Estudio

Pictures:

Sergio Pradana