The “less is more” rule works perfectly on renovated houses like this one, where the original classic elements have been restored. Interior Designer María Ruiz-Mateos made a facelift to this Madrid house and gave it a new personality, according to its owners, who wanted an elegant décor.

elegant décorA sofa with linen cover model Odeon by Blasco & Blasco centers the living area. On the marble table, some candelabra from Berenis. The mobile sculpture and the screen are from Luis Puerta.

The new spaces, dominated by white with pops of black, share an elegant décor highlighting antiques, furniture from the twentieth century, contemporary art, timeless elements, natural fabrics…

mundoblasco&blasco2One magnolio tree and the coral give a natural touch. In the dining room, an Osborne & Little wallpaper. In the foreground, a Thai metal armchair.

elegant décor“Black and White”: The original bookcase was painted in gray. The Louis XVI chaise longue is from Lorenzo Castillo, and the stool from Anmoder. On the Nadia armchair by Blasco & Blasco, a blanket in a Nacho de la Vega fabric.

elegant décor Few and well selected elements help to create an elegant décor. In this area, Tailak Carpet and Maria Latova photography. At the entrance, Teresa de la Pisa sculpture.

Via: Nuevo Estilo