Restoring architecture and adding Parisian flair in a Madrid pied-à-terre

Posted on Tue, 22 Sep 2020 by KiM

What was formerly a derelict Madrid apartment void of any of its original neoclassical architecture, is now been completely restored and transformed with the help of interior designer Maria Santos. No detail forgotten, no stone left unturned (or in this case, no book spine facing forwards) it is a beautifully curated with Parisian flair. (Photos: Montse Garriga)

TMK says:

I just HATE it when I can find my books.

Donald says:

The books don’t bother me a bit, it’s the same as why there isn’t a box of Fruit Loops sitting on the kitchen counter…these are staged and styled photos. It’s fine. But I don’t get the chaise with the busted seat, that just makes no sense.

KiM says:

I’m all for busted seats if you knew you were never going to sit in that spot anyway. I love seeing the innards of an antique chair.

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