Barcelona is a great city, even more so when it presents us with an amazing remodel that features some beautiful mid-century modern floor lamps.
In fact, just a year ago, this now trendy apartment near Sagrada Familia was said to be dark, dingy, and just “downright spooky”. But when Egyptian artist Hana moved to the city and found this chaotic residence, she knew something had to be done with it, so she let interior design studio Bloomint take charge. And the result was quite something!
This traditional flat bears a lot of conventional Catalan architecture traces, which worked out great with the mid-century design: a brick ceiling, wood beams, tile floor, and a narrow layout that let in little natural light. However, designers chose to transform the living room, dining area and kitchen into one big open space, creating a more inviting and cozy environment.
Nonetheless, it was the addition of that simple and elegant white mid-century modern floor lamp that caught our attention. It fits in greatly with the space, and brings even more consistency to an already obvious mid-century home design. It’s small details like this one that really put together a pre-conceived design, and we just couldn’t love it more.
Shall we now check out the rest of the house? Enjoy!
One last curious thing is the patio, which features a cement floor inlaid with traditional baldosa hidráulico tiles by Pinar Miró. How amazing does it look?
Photos ©: Bloomint
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