The open space concept served as a guide for us to open up this space with different types of lights for the house. This allowed us to work more freely, as if it were a blank canvas. We then designed a new interior architecture for the kitchen, dining room, living room and office. The feeling of spatial spaciousness was achieved by the new layout. However, it was also achieved thanks to the colour scheme and design of the furniture. Thus, we used a palette of related colours to unite each and every one of the spaces into one. We used elegant and sophisticated shades such as cream and black.
For this large living room we designed a corner sofa upholstered with Pepe Peñalver fabric. In addition, we incorporated armchairs without arms upholstered with Andrew Martin fabric. Finally, we designed a bespoke set of coffee tables in black oak with a glass top.
The library unit that houses the television and the gas fireplace is our team’s own design, in which we combined lacquered fronts with oak side modules.
Do you know the best tricks to illuminate a dark space? This was the main objective of the renovation for this new interior architecture in Vivienda Yera, located in the Eixample district of Barcelona. Here we work with different types of home lighting, and we are going to show you all of them below.
Certainly, in this project, our team of Molins Design worked to transform a house or ground floor in gloom, in a total source of light and clarity.
There are many factors that made this renovation a groundbreaking project. But undoubtedly, the great challenge of this new architectural and interior design proposal consisted of eliminating all the pre-existing partition walls. The design of spaces that we found was separated by columns and walls that only hindered the entry of natural light into the house.
The lighting design was essential for this integral reform in Barcelona. In fact, by opening up the spaces that were originally separate, we were able to gain natural light throughout the entire surface.
However, we had to combine different types of lights for this house. In this way, we managed to bring light into every corner of the house.
The spotlights are combined with some design lamps in the living room and kitchen. A totally asymmetrical play of light, which brings clarity and a sense of comfort to each of the spaces.
The office area, located behind the sofa, is an exclusive design by our studio. It is made of oak varnished to match the installed parquet.
Next, we find the dining area, which is separated from the kitchen by a wall that has a double function. On the table side, as a bench, and on the kitchen side, as a support element for the large island.
The dining table, in square format, is a design by our team of oak professionals. So are the chairs, the Niza model upholstered with Olivenza fabric.
Elegance reigns supreme in the layout of this home. Everything has its place and function, helping to create a discreet and serene atmosphere, both in the day and night areas, as we can see in the master bedroom.
For this space we designed a headboard upholstered with Carlucci fabric, a set of bedside tables in black lacquered oak and the upholstered stool with steel legs and Carlucci fabric, matching the one chosen for the headboard.
The side cabinets in white lacquered MDF with doors, finger pulls and a module for the television and the island with drawers in black lacquered oak are also exclusive designs by Molins Design.
The children’s bedroom has its own bathroom separated by a partition with a glazed top.
For this room we custom-designed a set in varnished oak, consisting of a white lacquered wardrobe, a wall unit with drawers and a shelf.
On the other hand, for the children’s bathroom we created an oak vanity unit to match the bedroom furniture, with white Silestone porcelain worktop and mixer tap by Ramon Soler.