A spacious and bright apartment with Japandi style

The first reform of this 110 m2 apartment located in a building from 1963 in Vigo, was a real disaster. Despite the fact that the house was habitable, the work had been carried out without paying attention to details: the floors in the corridors and bedrooms were at different heights; the heating installation had been left on display; the kitchen cabinets were awful; double windows had been placed on the facade, but the later ones had not been renewed … 😱

The new interior design project by Espacio Concept He addressed different aspects such as the distribution, the floors or the decoration. All this on a tight budget, since the owners could not invest too much.

The keys? Find a balance between aesthetics and functionality, and draw up a list of priorities.

japandi style lounge in neutral tones with wood and fiber furniture

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To renew the decoration, they opted for a relaxed and bright style, a mix between Nordic and Japandi, with a predominance of light colors and natural fibers.

japandi style dining room in neutral tones with wood and fiber furniture

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japandi style lounge

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marble and black metal side table

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hallway with open metal black shelving

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Regarding the distribution, the original house had four bedrooms, but one of them was interior and had a false window with artificial lighting. Attached to this was the master bedroom, which was barely 12 inches at the foot of the bed.

The main changes in distribution consisted of moving a partition to gain space in the double room (at the cost of losing a little in the children’s bedroom), and dividing the interior room into a dressing area integrated into the room, and an independent office with Natural light that was gained by closing with a glazed wooden partition with access from the living-dining room.

bedroom with headboard wall moldings in white

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bedroom with geometric pattern wallpaper and black appliques

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children's bedroom with desk

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japandi style dining room in neutral tones

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minimalist desk with two chairs, chest of drawers and wooden top

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As for the floors, it was necessary to level part of the house. Afterwards, a herringbone-format flooring was installed with a heavily stripped oak finish.

To limit spending and take advantage of the structure of the kitchen furniture, smooth white doors with antique silver shell handles were chosen. The hydraulic tiles in blue and tan tones from Vives Cerámica added the contrast and conceived a fresh and bright room.

living room open to the kitchen decorated in neutral tones

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Nordic style office with white chairs

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The bathrooms were also completely renovated, since they were the areas of the house that looked the most outdated.

bathroom with suspended vanity unit and hydraulic tile floor

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bathroom with suspended vanity unit and hydraulic tile floor

Jose chas

Renovation and interior design project: Espacio Concept.

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