To decorate in white and hardly touch the space. Something apparently so simple (or so complicated) achieves a magnificent result thanks to Las Perelli, the sisters Elena and Beatriz. They decorated this apartment in a central street in Madrid with their personal style: natural materials, neutral colors with some contrast in black, and a mix of furniture and objects chosen wisely.
The sofa was designed by Blasco, with a white linen cover by the same firm. The table with a fabric cover puts a traditional note. The mirrors, placed symmetrically, and the two armchairs were found in Berenis. The coffee table was designed by the interior designers.
Brass and marble are protagonists in the dining room, inspired by the Fifties. The table and the chairs are from Mestizo Store. The photography, a view of the Zarzuela racecourse in Madrid, is a work of the artist Juan Baraja. The curtains in this area are made in white linen with a trim in raw linen on the bottom.
In contrast to the dining room, this area has been decorated with a rustic look. It can be used as a work area or as a second dining room. It is furnished with an antique table from Berenis and four rattan chairs from Mestizo Store. On the table, old vessels from Cae de Cajón.
To decorate in white and use black as contrast is a resource that gains full force in this space. This large format photography is Pop Corn, by Romina Ressia. It was bought in Yellowkorner. The chairs were found in a German antiques dealer.
Here you can see more of this house and other interesting projects in Las Perelli (Estudio AAprile).