In this living room, a space that communicates directly with the exterior, we took advantage of its irregularity to separate rooms and hide some elements. This is, for example, the television’s case, integrated under the stairs that lead to the terrace. Likewise, in this living-dining room decoration we find it convenient to create a vertical piece of furniture reinforced by a long staircase, which subtly joins levels and spaces.
To create a really comfortable space, we chose a corner sofa and a complete coffee table in matt lacquered MDF, combined with pieces of varnished and stained wood, with two mitred drawers, one on each side, custom-made by Molins Design.
Functionality, elegance and comfort. These are the three defining features in this interior architecture’s Barcelona penthouse design. An interior design and decoration project with the aim to give light and personality to penthouses with terraces as spectacular as this home.
Once upon a time a home was attached to its terrace. That is the best definition we can find for the interior design of this flat located in Lesseps Plaza. We are talking about an attic with a large terrace. In this case, its outdoor space is a major feature and also determines the interior layout of the home.
This wonderful penthouse is located in an area where the topography of Barcelona is beginning to uneven and, therefore, its distribution is organised around it.
We began the refurbishment by giving the living and dining room area the importance they deserve, considered by the client to be the house’s real nerve centre. On this basis, our aim was to convert this room into the brightest, warmest and most comfortable space in the home. To achieve this, we took advantage of all the light inlets in the house, as well as one of the living room’s column to place a splendid fireplace.
Interior design projects with fireplaces are one of our great passions and we like to entertain ourselves with their design.
There are many luxury penthouses that radically renew their appearance thanks to a modern, innovative and functional fireplace design. This element will help us to make the most of every element of the dining room, but also as the main source of heat in the home.
Next to the living area is the bright dining room, for which we chose a table with Corten steel structure and legs, along with a brushed oak veneer top, varnished and stained by the Italian firm Bonaldo, and the Softshell Chair by Vitra, upholstered by Molins Design with fabrics by Güell Lamadrid.
The matt lacquered MDF tableware cabinet with doors is a custom design by our team of professionals. The suspended lamps are the Gong S3 model in metallic copper mirror finish by Prandina.
The hall is an important area in the total renovation project of this house, so we designed the fireplace taking advantage of the pillar and the suspended oak veneer console, as a subtle and elegant piece that fulfils its functions to perfection.
Our interior design team placed special emphasis on the flat’s main bedroom. For the renovation of this room, we played with simplicity and symmetry. Both the furniture and the used lighting were designed to blend in perfectly with the rest of the home’s decoration. Likewise, as much advantage as possible was taken of natural light entry through the main window of the bedroom.
The upholstered headboard, the bedside tables and the large wardrobe located in front of the bed, which combines lacobel-lacquered doors and drawers and a custom-made built-in television, are exclusive designs by Molins.
En suite bathroom sketch
The suite has one of the simplest and most practical bathrooms in the house. The installation of mirrors offered a playful feeling of an increase in space sensation. Likewise, the colour range used in the room was in whites, with the occasional mosaic in the central tiles of the room.
The wall-mounted bathroom unit with three matt white lacquered drawers and a marble-lined marine board worktop is a design by Molins Design, while the washbasins are by Alape and the taps by Dornbracht.
The matt tempered glass partitions in the toilet area and transparent tempered glass in the shower area are also a design by our team of interior designers.
In one of the bathrooms in the attic, shared by both young daughters, we wanted to play intentionally with mirrors. Two circular models were placed opposite each other, designed by our team, achieving an infinite optical effect. This same technique was used in the rest of the bathrooms in the house, to maintain the same style.
The bathroom furniture with suspended drawers finished in matt lacquer and the mixer taps are by Inbani.