Both in the living room and in the rest of the rooms, the aim was to make full use of the spaces and increase the entry of natural light into the home, essential objectives in this ambitious refurbishment. To achieve this, large windows and glass openings were installed in the daytime rooms.
Interior design for dream-view homes
Interior design for homes with sea views cannot be understood without a good use of space. With the aim of creating more open areas and bringing more light into every flat’s room, Molins Design carried out a complete and ambitious renovation at Noma Apartment.
To understand this new interior design and decoration proposal, it is essential to contextualise the space in which it is located. We are talking about a 23rd-storey flat in a building located in Barcelona’s Fórum Port. That is to say, a privileged location with exceptional views,since you can see the sea’s horizon and even Barcelona’s fantastic city skyline.
Based on the general objectives agreed by the homeowners, the renovation of this flat required new interior partitions. Therefore, our interior design studio professionals decided to remove unnecessary walls and barriers. Also, new doors were installed to separate rooms and the use of mirrors and transparent glass was increased. With this new interior design, a more sophisticated mood was achieved, as well as a greater feeling of spaciousness in each room.
As is customary in Barcelona’s interior design, houses or flat designs near the sea need large windows to enjoy the views.
To create a comfortable living room with spectacular views, we decided to design a large bookcase in varnished oak custom-made by our studio, which houses the bar unit, the home cinema projector and the storage and display space required for a room of these characteristics.
The corner sofa is the Milán model upholstered by Molins Design in New Casual Velvet fabric by Carlucci and the armchairs with their pouffes are a custom design by our studio, upholstered in velvet fabric by Andrew Martin.
The coffee table is an exclusive design by our product design team in metallic lacquer finish.
Thanks to the placement of a large mirror next to the dining room bench, we turned a great initial handicap into a strength. In this way, a double benefit was achieved: visual amplitude of the space and transferring the sea views projection to the diners who are seated facing the wall.
The entrance hall is designed as a distribution space from which you can access the large kitchen and the living and dining room.
To achieve this, we designed a custom-made panelling in the form of a checkerboard, a console unit with drawers and a rectangular module in a combination of matt lacquered wood finishes and crackled paint, providing sophistication and functionality to the room.
The painting is “Instrument Muet” by Antoni Clavé, on loan from Galeria Joan Gaspar, and the shaded tube lamp is by Forestier.
Kitchen blueprint elevation
The spectacular wine cellar was custom designed by our team to meet all the owner’s requirements and needs and was located in one of the main walls of the kitchen, opposite the large kitchen isle, also designed by Molins Design, in a black lacquered finish and a worktop made of black Zimbawe granite by Levantina.
Noma Apartment’s suite is dressed in white and ecru in all its forms and textures, to enhance the feeling of spaciousness and luminosity of the entire space. For the rest of the rooms, we also created an intentional mirror-glass play that performs the same function.
We replaced the partition wall separating the bedroom from the bathroom with a half-height glass wall to allow natural light into the spectacular bathroom.
Both the furniture in the suite and the dressing room were designed and custom-made by Molins Design in matt/gloss lacquered MDF.
The lamps designed by our product design team stand out, the Casadecor model, lacquered in shiny metallic and with matching trimmings.