One of the main rules of the interior design for this house was the will, requested by the owners. Therefore, in each room of the home, we find furniture in neutral colors, made with high quality raw materials, that combine perfectly with the decoration styles that bring warmth and comfort to every corner of the house. All this, by using unique lighting design characteristic of high standing homes.
Under no circumstances we used furniture or materials with chemical products for the decoration of modern interiors of this house. This meant, on on behalf of our interior design studio, an intense research job. Each and every one of the warranty certificates of the construction elements that we were going to use were sought, checking that they were suitable for this new sensory perception of a domestic space.
Luxury home design in a landscaped environment
Located next to Avenida Diagonal in Barcelona, the design of the Navas luxury home is redistributed in a total of 130 m2 interior space. This residence is located on the second floor of a residential building from the 70s, but today, it has become one of the most prominent luxury style houses in the Pedralbes neighborhood.
The house has a unique architecture of excellent signature, in the context of what is currently defined in Latin American and Asian countries as a condominium. Also, the house is located in a building within a landscaped environment of high standing. Therefore, the best in interior decoration joins all kinds of community services such as a swimming pool, tennis or paddle courts, gyms and much more.
In this interior design and decoration project in Barcelona, Molins Design aims to convert a family home into a luxurious and comfortable design for a couple. The fact that the children were no longer living in the house was the reason why the couple decided to remodel every room of their home.
The change in the family approach that occurs in most homes as couples reach the age of 55-60, is inevitable. Therefore, this luxury design home undergoes a transformation that reflects this new family paradigm in which they find themselves.
For the large living room of this house we used all kinds of custom-made furniture; the already frequent use of the “L” sofa, which allows seating for the maximum number of people possible, as well as other functional and aesthetically pleasing furniture and accessories.
The large corner sofa is a model upholstered in Osborne & Little fabric, to which we added decorative cushions of different sizes and textures made with Andrew Martin and James Malone fabrics.
The two armchairs upholstered in red velvet by James Malone, add the detail of chromatic contrast in a spectacular space.
The coffee table with T-shaped base in metallic lacquer finish was designed and made by our studio to which we added another piece with marble top in pearl finish and a pouf with wheels in gray faux leather imitation colt.
The distribution of the partition walls was completely changed. Thus, we unified hall living and dining room into a single area. All this through a piece of furniture that at the same time served as a library, entrance console and library.
This piece, custom designed by Molins Design, works as a console with drawers in the hall area, shelves on the side and a cabinet with niches and space for the TV in the living area.
The dining room, very simply designed, is presided over by a large painting and a console table with drawers designed by Molins Design, which looks more like a countertop due to its formal simplicity.
In the same way, we designed the table with a central leg in varnished oak veneer, to which we added a set of upholstered chairs in 2 different shades by James Malone.
The lamp is a spectacular LED suspension design with mobile aluminum rings by Artemide.
On the outdoor terrace, it was decided to install a folding aluminum carpentry system, characteristic of Kettal furniture. Thanks to this, the dining room and the terrace are integrated into a single space, thanks also to the chromatic unification of the interior and exterior flooring.
Kitchen elevation blueprint
In a room adjoining the kitchen we find the laundry area separated from the kitchen with a glass door with opaque effect and drawing of laundry icons designed by Molins Design.
The chosen pavement is formed by a mosaic that combines hexagonal porcelain pieces of different colors from Azul Acocsa, matching the ones we installed in one of the kitchen areas.
Laundry room sketch
The courtesy bathroom that serves the day area stands out for the use of chromatic ranges in taupe tones, both for the flooring and for the chosen cladding, by Azul Acocsa.
The suite room’s bold proposal merges in the same space the bathroom, the dressing room and a bedroom. Likewise, the WC and shower areas are separated using translucent glass partitions that, at the same time, and thanks to the unique approach of the partition walls, allow the entry of natural light from the garden. On the other hand, the unique detail of the closet door handles, made in stitched leather, gives a handmade touch and helps us to break the monotony of the closets.
The bed headboard is a Molins design upholstered with Pierre Frey fabric to match the reversible footboard blanket, made with Loro Piana fabrics on one side and Andrew Martin on the other.
The bedside tables made of varnished oak veneer and the closets that flank the perimeter of the bedroom are an exclusive design of our team.
The wildcard room resolves in a single space multiple options of use, being able to mutate depending on the needs of the property.
One of the built-in closets designed by Molins Design encloses folding bunk beds.
The sofa bed upholstered with Carlucci fabric transforms half of the space into a double bedroom and sliding doors duly retracted divide the space into two parts.
In addition, a library cabinet with an office designed exclusively by our team adds a fourth function to the available 25m2, perfectly optimized.