We are searching data for your request:
Upon completion, a link will appear to access the found materials.
The expressiveness of color, its strength and roundness is what surprises most in this apartment on the coast of Cádiz. Light and ocean sneak through the windows. The house is on the very edge of the Atlantic and the different blues of the sky and the sea - indigo, turquoise, diamond - prolongs the interiors. The palette is completed with white and red, typically sailors, to give continuity to that privileged horizon enjoyed.IN THREE COLORS: Blue, white and red put sea flavor. The sofa was recovered and upholstered in white; It is animated with cheerful cushions, from El Corte Inglés. Beside him, small table with glass envelope and little fish, found in a street market. The gray carpet is from Artefor. Carlos Yagüe
Communicated and comfortable
The distribution favors that integration outside-inside and takes advantage of every centimeter. There are no passing areas, the plant is super functional and fluid, despite the fact that the house is profusely furnished: still the environments "breathe" and offer a lot of freshness. But despite its sailor character, the style does not reproduce a beachy decoration too casual.
ON FOOT OF BEACH. The white railing with glass breastplates "widens" the terrace and reveals the landscape. A vintage Rastronaut armchair; Carpet, Ikea, and green plants ... and enjoy! CARLOS YAGÜE
With own stamp
Manuel de la Rosa, who lives on this floor and is also the author of some of the paintings, has left his stamp in all the rooms and has equipped them with pieces from different backgrounds and styles. There is no milimalism in the house, of course, but it is not recharged either. The ornaments and complements form a harmonious whole of great beauty. And many of them make clear reference to the sea (fish, corals, etc.).
A VERY BRIGHT KITCHEN. The furniture has been updated with blue knobs, from Zara Home. Hence also the cloths. Red utensils and lamps, from Ikea. And the matching clock, from Rastronauta Vintage. CARLOS YAGÜE
Flea market furniture
They have also been found in local trails, curious elements and furniture, which Manuel has later restored. The decoration is a miscellaneous unconventional ... and very bright!
POSITIVE ENERGY. The bedroom is full of great vibes. Sheets and blanket were purchased at Zara Home and the cushions, at El Corte Inglés. The painting that tops the headboard is the work of Manuel de la Rosa, who also restored the secretary. CARLOS YAGÜE
FUNNY WASH. They are embedded in a piece of furniture made by the Masol Group and have the same diamond blue as the rest of the house, combined with white and the wood tone of the mirror. CARLOS YAGÜE
PLANE OF THE HOUSE. With a single bedroom, this apartment has been maximized. There are no corridors or underutilized areas and it has a corner terrace. CARLOS YAGÜE