Luminous Decor in the North of Spain

To receive the spring we have chosen the living room, dining room and porch of a house in Gijón (Asturias), decorated by the interior designerRafael Sitges, founder of Et In Arcadia Ego Study.

The house seems like it has been there for a long time, but actually it´s a brand new villa. The key lies in a balanced and luminous decor, the use of soft tones and the coexistence of pieces of various styles.

Three large Windows, with white wooden blinds and courtains, create a link with the garden. Artwork by Pablo Fernández Pujol.

luminous decorOutdoors is present in the living room and helps to enhance the luminous decor. Blasco & Blasco armchairs are upholstered in linen. The dragon head is a Chinese sculpture from the 18th-century.

Furniture was chosen in pairs, such as the Anmoder lamps, the side tables, and the two pairs of Blasco & Blasco Juliette armchairs. A contemporary Salvador Moltó painting hangs in the wall.

On the covered porch, lamps, tables and sofas were also chosen in pairs to achieve a perfect balance. On the sofas have been placed cushions in linen and silk embroidered with marine animals.

luminous decorIn the dining room the designer paired an antique Chinese table with Louis XV chairs. In the corners, old tribal shields. The sunlight coming in through the window enhance the luminous decor.

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