The dining room becomes the main protagonist of this interior design project. This meeting space, which has been completely refurbished, is surrounded by large windows and a perfect combination of natural and artificial light.
Full interior design project in Madrid
With an interior design and decoration that is completely personalised and tailored to its owners’ needs, Boliard has become one of our main proposals for modern interior design in Madrid.
This designer home located in the Salamanca neighbourhood can be considered one of the most elegant and spectacular homes in the area.
For this project, our interior design team Molins Design was able to work with generous dimensions.
In this interior design proposal, different total renovations were carried out, although priority was given to the common rooms. Likewise, and as far as the architectural structure is concerned, the old layout of the house was preserved and in the kitchen we completely rethought its concept and design.
Lighting: a key concept in this project
Thanks to the introduction of new windows, and due to the flat’s south orientation, it was possible to enjoy a splendid interior lighting in almost the entire house. As a result, all the rooms have a totally warm and comfortable atmosphere.
Likewise, at Molins Design we worked meticulously on the artificial lighting of the house, both with general and specific luminaires as well as the ambient lighting generated by the installation of LED strips that illuminate the interior of the large bookcase that presides over the living room.
The bookcase, in varnished oak, shelf and soffit for the fireplace, custom-made by our team, is the main feature of the living room and provides continuity to the space. Its large format also creates an excellent sequence of rhythm. It also establishes a perfect connection between the seating area and the entrances to the different areas of the home.
For the seating in the living area, we custom-designed the sofas and armchairs in light and neutral tones, in white and ecru, so that we managed to create a welcoming and serene relaxing space.
To design the dining room of this contemporary style flat in Madrid we custom-made the Victoria dining table with an aged ivory cream marble top, one of our most iconic designs.
We accompanied the set with six Lucio dining chairs custom-made by Molins Design and we installed two decorative hanging lamps by El Torrent.
The choice of these elements for the dining room was no coincidence, with these pieces we managed to create a balanced space in perfect harmony with the furniture and chosen tones to design the living room area, with which it shares the same surface area.
Despite having the kitchen open to the living room, we managed to communicate and provide transparency in the transit between both spaces.
We achieve this thanks to the two side doors made of bronze-tinted glass and framed by iron, which ensure robustness and durability.
Kitchen isle with bar and stools
In this case, the kitchen isle is used as an extra work surface and as a breakfast and lunch area in the form of a bar with stools.
To design this element, we added an oak ledge that works as a low bar complemented with three stools with fibre glass reinforced polypropylene seats and solid natural beech base, the Picapau Low Stool model from Italian firm Infiniti.
Mettallic details: a trendy proposal
In recent years we have been able to see how metallic elements have been introduced into interior design as trendy pieces.
Gold, copper and rose gold metallic have become great decorative alternatives, so we decided to introduce a touch of these elements in the pendant lights that illuminate the isle and bar area, by choosing the Stanley Medium Pendant lights in Light Hammered Cooper finish from the British firm Original BTC. A trendy detail for a kitchen with style and personality.
One of the owner’s requested requirements was the creation of an office area. So, we decided to design this work space next to the kitchen.
To achieve an integrating effect, we used solid oak wood as the protagonist in this brighter and more functional area, which also invites to perfect play of brown tones and earthy colors that we also used in the design of the kitchen.
Stylish guest bathroom
We place the courtesy toilet that serves the day area next to the office.
The sober vanity unit with melamine interior and oak veneer exterior with two-drawer base unit and backlit mirror by Molins Design is perfectly complemented by the Tartan Ivory ceramic tiling by Ornamenta.
This type of tile, inspired by the traditional Scottish kilt’s checkered fabric, becomes a quality decorative detail that transforms this small bathroom into a space with its own character and style.