The main objective in this project was to integrate, in a surprising way, spaces that had previously been understood independently.
By renewing the image of each room and adapting it to the new needs of the owners, the interior architecture of Llibus House changed completely.
To design the living room we arranged the sofas facing each other perpendicular to the main piece of furniture, a spectacular bookcase with cabinets and backlit shelves designed by our team of professionals.
As a coffee table we designed a large pouf, upholstered in eco-leather, and glossy gray lacquered tables with iron tube legs.
Space layout in a complete house renovation
For Llibus House’s interior architecture our professionals were oriented towards a new space distribution in this upper-Barcelona house.
In order to make the most of the space and the entrance of natural light, our team Molins Design carried out different proposals and demanding renovations.
In today’s homes, optimized performance per squared meter is increasingly required; needs that did not exist in the past.
However, the available space remains the same or even less. For this reason, in today’s interior design and renovation projects, the tendency is to create open, integrated and versatile spaces.
Integrated dining room and workspace
All in the same space, we added a dining area and a functional office, whose matte-black lacquered table was custom-made by Molins Design.
The office chair, an original model in double format, is a design of our product department, upholstered in black fabric by Élitis, and the dining chairs, the same model as the office chair, but in individual format, are upholstered with fabric by Andrew Martin.
The value of a kitchen, which conceptually used to be rooms where not much time was spent in and did not arouse aesthetic interest, has been gaining prominence in recent years.
In this renovation proposal we wanted to turn the kitchen into a meeting space, more open and participatory.
Next to the oven and microwave column we find the laundry area, where we replaced the original door with an exclusive design of our team, a sliding door with matte glass and vinyl laundry icons, as an element that combines functionality and very creative aesthetics.
For the guest toilet, located next to the hall, we designed a custom bathroom cabinet in varnished and semi-lacquered oak veneer, installing a monolith type sink in black Zimbabwe Anticato marble, a Roca faucet and we hung the Slim lamp in carbon fiber in black, by Vibia, on one side.
A multifunctional dressing room
To design the dressing room we used the same chromatic range as the one used in the bedroom, in which neutral tones stand out, with a coloured detail provided by the lilac carpet by Papiol.
In addition to the cabinets, custom-designed by Molins, we planned a desk area with integrated drawer modules.
Kid's bathroom elevation
For the children’s bathroom we custom designed a white washbasin cabinet on which we added two Flaminia countertop sinks and two Teka high spout mixer taps.
The mirror for the front wall and the lining of the side walls, custom-made by our team, allows us to multiply the feeling of space’s amplitued and brightness.