This apartment is located in a 19th century building in one of the best streets in Madrid. Recently, its story was rewritten by the architect Iker Ochotorena from OOAA Studio.

The calm atmosphere that surrounds the house is the result of  a complete overhaul, from the structure to the decoration. The space is now more flexible and open. Natural and traditional materials predominate: bleached oak, linen paper, walls with handcrafted finishes… Regarding the interior design, Ochotorena decided to use a neutral palette, almost monochromatic, with the intention of creating continuity among the spaces.

In the living room, the Brigitte sofa by Blasco, with a white linen cover. For some blue, a Harrys chaise longue, also by Blasco, which brings a touch of contrast to the decoration. The wood of the vintage tables and the gold of the mirror add interest to this space.

The kitchen-dining room occupies the central area of ​​the house. From it you can see the living room. The kitchen cabinets were chosen with very sober lines. The contrast of black in coatings, handles, and accessories balances the sobriety of the cabinets.

Ochotorena took a similar approach in the main bedroom. The neutral palette as the rest of the house plays with the textures of the bedding by Zara Home, the wall finish, and the wood of the stool by Mestizo Store.

Click here to see the full home tour published in Arquitectura & Diseño.