Friday, April 17, 2015

Madrid Home Tour ~ Loving White and Reclaimed Wood

A structural column is wrapped in reclaimed wood shutters. Window shades are Ikea.

Designer Bethlehem Ferrandiz renovated this home for a couple and their two children. She removed walls to create an open floor plan more suitable for their family. Also removed, was the traditional dark staircase to make way for a more modern, light and airy glass balustrade.

I especially love this home tour because I feel that it's very attainable. The architecture is very simple. There are no cathedral ceilings adorned with beams, steel framed windows or grand two-story spaces.

This home is a perfect example of how to make a space, that is essentially a box, look absolutely stunning!

Using crisp white walls and furniture with simple lines as a background, the real star of this home is the use of reclaimed wood throughout, the oak floors, and carefully placed colorful objects that have just the right impact.

A traditional, dark staircase was replaced with a glass balustrade.

The refrigerator and small appliances are hidden behind reclaimed mirror and wood doors.

How about all that honey toned wood!!! Looks pretty good, doesn't it?!

Photos via Nuevo Estilo.

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1 comment:

  1. I love use of the honey toned wood doors, especially the way they did the kitchen appliances - that's amazing! And the glass balustrade…fabulous! Happy Friday, Charlotte ~