Located in a turn-of-the-century Gaudi building in the La Nova neighborhood of Barcelona, this apartment was designed to be rented by vacationers and it has a lot of charm featuring a festive and colorful interior.
The specific design and architectural elements are the hydraulic tiles typical for Barcelona, original plaster crown molding, wooden flooring and beamed ceilings. The apartment features an open plan living space with various textures and a predominantly white palette.
There are bookshelves along the dining area wall and modern Eames Bikini chairs sitting along the natural wood table which offers enough room for ten persons. The living area has a vintage Chesterfield sofa which offers a comfortable place to relax and read a book or watch TV.
The bedrooms are minimalist with as little furnishings as possible and the large soaking tub in the main bathroom is contrasted by a black wall. The bathroom also has several natural woven baskets used for storage to add a bit of texture and color to the space.