Kitchens - WOOD oak

Revitalizing a 1970s flat

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In Barcelona, a small 77m2 flat, typical of the 1970s, was transformed into a modern and functional space. Originally divided into small rooms, the renovation was intended for a single person looking for a personalised and cosy home.

The main challenge was to convert a small and compartmentalised space, consisting of three small rooms, a small kitchen, a living room, and a dark bathroom, into an open and luminous space.

To achieve this, the partition walls were demolished, leaving only a central pillar that now harmoniously organises the space. This design gave way to a multifunctional room that integrates the dining room, kitchen, living room and study, making the most of the natural light.

The night area includes a large dressing room that connects the bedroom to a bathroom with a large window that allows you to shower while looking at the sky.

In the kitchen, oak wood finishes were chosen to provide warmth and naturalness. The L-shaped layout maximises space and functionality, complemented by a central island that serves as both a food preparation and secondary dining area. The use of anthracite grey microcement in contrast to the parquet flooring in the room creates a soft visual flow and a feeling of spaciousness.

The result is a flat that balances the modern with vintage touches, such as the olive green velvet sofa and the 70s bookcase. This renovation has created a simple but striking space, reflecting the owner’s personality and needs.

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Project:

PPT Interior Design

Pictures:

Enric Badrinas