A renovated apartment with industrial and vintage style

A renovated apartment with industrial and vintage style

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Fran Muñoz

In the Barcelona neighborhood of Camp de l'Arpa del Clot, two steps from the Sagrada Familia, Stéphanie, an interior designer, fell in love at first sight. The lucky one was a flat located in a 1920 building that, despite its convoluted and claustrophobic distribution, conquered the Frenchwoman, who knew how to see the potential that high ceilings, brick walls and Catalan vaults had and could be exploited with a good reform until it became the perfect home for her, Your partner and your puppy, Picasso.

The first thing he did was free the space, knocking down partitions until leaving it in a large common space of 40 square meters with the kitchen and living room, a bedroom with bathroom and a separate bathroom. Stéphanie was fascinated with the traditional architectural elements of Catalan architecture and decided to leave them in sight, chopping the walls to reveal the brick and avoiding lifting the new partitions to the ceiling, to leave all the prominence to the vaults and enhance the height of the plant. The new finishes, such as bleached oak flooring, microcement and hydraulic bathroom tile, Metro tiles and black slate walls, have modernized the home.

In the decoration, the industrial style predominates (which has managed to leave pipes in sight and with recovered pieces such as the bathroom door that rescued from a demolition or the red drum next to the television that he found in a motorcycle store) and that has softened with Nordic, sculptural and natural fiber pieces, family and travel memories, antiques and their deco fetishes, design lamps, such as the Pipistrello of Gae Aulenti, the Bourgie by Ferruccio Laviani for Kartell or the Low from Studio Design by Habitat. The result distills comfort, style and personality.

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Stéphanie, a French interior designer based in Barcelona, ​​fell in love with an old apartment located a few steps from the Sagrada Familia and renovated it to transform it into her dream home.

Explosive mixture

On the rescued drum of a motorcycle shop, lamp Pipistrello by Gae Aulenti, in Martinelli Luce. The television cabinet is from Maisons du Monde and the Schoelcher poster comes from the town of Stéphanie.

New Horizons

To take advantage of natural light, Stéphanie knocked down a wall to include the gallery and a room in the living room and create the new kitchen here.

Uppercase Design

The letter B comes from a glasses shop and the leather stool is vintage.

Have a seat

The kitchen stools are from Kave Home and Ikea lamps.

All to the white

The kitchen is of Silestone in matt white finish and consists of two blocks and a central island.

Fade to black

One of the walls has been painted with Farrow & Ball's Pitch Black.

A lot of world

The sofa is from Habitat, the Acapulco chair was bought in the Caribbean and the map is the Bourgie model from KJartell. On the floor, bleached oak parquet from Neoparquet.

Cube Functionality

The independent bathroom was housed in a module that does not reach the ceiling to allow light to flow and maintain visual continuity between the spaces.

Second opportunity

The bathroom door comes from a demolition and the owner installed it on a structure to make it sliding.

Charm of the past

In the bathroom, marble washbasin recovered on a metal foot. The hydraulic floor tiles have been combined with the microcement and the exposed brick wall.

Scars in sight

The imperfections of the wall were respected and the pipes were left visible to enhance the industrial style, which is complemented by imperfect walls, visible pipes, the old soap d'écolier from France, the Edison bulbs and the composition of mirrors

Everything fits

The bathroom was thought to the millimeter to be able to include a shower.

Look up

One of the great attractions of the floor is the Catalan vault ceilings.

Find a treasure

On the lounge dresser, bought in a store vintage and personalized with Hague Blue paint, mirror rescued from the trash. "The lady was from my grandfather and used her to store sugar," he explains.

He takes his palm

As a headboard, wallpaper Martinique from the Beverly Hills hotel of the 40s, reissued by Designer Wall Coverings, "a nod to my Martiniqués origin," explains Stéphanie.

En suite

The bedroom has its own bathroom. The partition that separates them took us to the ceiling to allow visual continuity between the spaces. "It was built from scratch, with mosaic and subway tiles," he explains.

Black and white

The cabinets are from Ikea and the faucets with matte black finish come from THG Paris.