An apartment in the city center flirtatious and functional

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Miriam Yeleq

The interior architecture studio Emmme Studio was responsible for all the renovation and decoration of this apartment, located in the center of Madrid. Irene, its owner, wanted a more functional distribution and create stylish environments that reflect her personality. He knew exactly what he wanted and in Emmme Studio they focused on it to achieve the home of their dreams.

VERSATILE ENVIRONMENT. The traditional coffee table was replaced by several side tables, which allow changing the distribution of the living room as needed. Miriam Yeleq


Following the creative trend that takes people and nature into account before the space itself, the architects and interior designers Ana, Lara and Nahia - the entire team of Emmme Studio - the first thing they did was to study Irene's tastes and needs to develop a project that fits what she wanted.
First they reorganized the available meters, then they created a Nordic, cozy and natural style and, finally, they focused on the details.

CONTRAST COLORS. Natural light floods the room, which was decorated in neutral tones, with walls and upholstery in white and gray. Textile accessories and small accessories were chosen in different green and pink tones to provide a fresh and casual note to the environment. The sofa is from The Sofa Company; the side tables, of El Corte Inglés, and the tables, of Habitat. AUXILIARY TABLES. They were chosen from different heights and styles to achieve a very original composition. Miriam Yeleq WITH A BLUE BACKGROUND. The wall of the dining room was decorated with a wallpaper with geometric motifs, from the firm Ferm Living, which helps to enhance the furniture: in particular, the Nordic style sideboard, of La Recova. The table, of Habitat, and chairs, of SuperStudio. PERFECT RESOURCE. Dining room, kitchen and living room are delimited thanks to the paper that covers the wall. Miriam Yeleq GOOD CIRCULATION. Thanks to the visual connection and the extraordinary luminosity, living room, dining room and kitchen, which form a large social area, are perceived as a single space. The wooden counter doors were left undressed, to give the whole a stately air. The ceiling lamp is from Muuto. Miriam Yeleq KITCHEN OPEN TO THE SALON. The kitchen was distributed on two fronts, with a peninsula that welcomes the hob and, also, when blown by the outside, serves as a breakfast bar. It was accompanied by two stools, from Cult Furniture. The kitchen furniture itself was chosen white and with smooth fronts, without handles. Miriam Yeleq


The Emmme Studio team threw some partitions and decided to raise others, to get a much more comfortable house, with open, spacious and open spaces, and some individual corners since Irene dreamed of a house that had spaces to enjoy with friends, but also serene stays where to relax. The next step was to choose the style that would dominate the entire house. The owner is in love with Danish design and the decorators team managed to capture this passion in every place of the house.

THE TOUCH CHIC. The bed was animated with a composition of cushions in coordinated tones, of different shapes and sizes. Miriam Yeleq WARM AND SERENO. Following the same aesthetic of the rest of the house, for the decoration of the bedroom we opted for a look Very simple Nordic: walls in soft colors, wooden furniture and natural fabrics. The wallpaper is from the firm Ferm Living and the carpet, by Kenay Home. Miriam Yeleq KEY PIECE Style bedside table vintage, model Jimi, 145 €, for sale at La Redoute Interieurs. Courtesy La Redoute Interieurs

Thus, the wooden floor was combined with white walls throughout the house, except in the dining room and in the master bedroom, where different wallpapers were used to delimit and enhance the decoration. As for the furniture, wooden furniture was combined in soft tones with straight line designs and others in delicate curved lines that provide an attractive dynamism. Of course, only those really necessary pieces were placed, to avoid creating recharged rooms, and a color palette was chosen in cold tones with subtle strokes of color that bring freshness and vitality.

BALANCE AND WELFARE. The bathroom was covered with subway tiles, in white. The sink area was resolved with a wooden cabinet and a large frameless moon, to gain spaciousness and luminosity. Ceiling lamps were purchased on Etsy. The towels are from El Corte Inglés and the jar is from Habitat. POINT INDUSTRIAL. To illuminate the bathroom, two ceiling lamps with visible light bulbs were installed. Miriam Yeleq FLAT. After the reform, the house has a large common area with integrated living room, dining room and kitchen, and two bedrooms; one of them, the main one, now enjoys natural light. The works were also used to create a dressing room, in the place where there was a third bedroom, and expand the bathroom. Miriam Yeleq