Sunday, January 8, 2012

Home tour- A colorful and eclectic Madrid home!













Colorful, eclectic and filled with personality, this beautiful home feels lively and inviting. Instead of walls, each room was separated using glass doors resulting in bright spaces that feel roomy. Do you like this unconventional solution to open up a space or do you prefer walls in between rooms for privacy?

12 comments:

  1. These are beautiful! I'm falling for that cozy-looking reading area. Enjoy the lovely day, Kellie xx

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  2. I love the elective vibe to this space, Jessie! Its so interesting to see all the objets and quirky pieces they've styled the space with! xx

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  3. So unique and well crafted. Can I live there, please? ;) Great photos!

    www.glamorsham.blogspot.com

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  4. Love the metal window wall. What a fantastic space.

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  5. Jessie, you always find the most unique homes to share with us. I love the library space.
    Another great post!
    ~ Wendi ~

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  6. I love open plan living so I much prefer the use of glass panels rather than walls - the whole space just feels so light and fresh! I am crazy about those distressed leather sofas in the living room!

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  7. This is beautiful! If I had a vacation home, hopefully I will one day, this would be how I would love to decorate it. So different and eclectic. Wow...this house is amazing.

    www.dylandrake.blogspot.com

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  8. Hey Jessie, I have never seen this before - i luuurve it:)
    The picture of the man in the water just rocks, same with the yellow crown and the tulip chair and boy is the glass partition walls cool.
    LOVE big time,
    Happy week sweets,
    Axx

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  9. Holy smoke. OK, first, I've never seen an interior wall made of windows like that?! It's very cool, the metal and the detail at the top that repeats in the bookshelves - very good. Secondly, the mural of the ocean with the guy is almost more than I can stand! I liken it to a very close up shot of a plate of chocolate chip cookies fresh out of the oven. I love them, but I'm not sure it would be good for me to see them all the time. With a picture of the ocean staring at me all the time it might make me sad rather than glad!! who knew?! Great post. M.

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  10. Some of my favorite items are the chalkboard wall, the trunk at the foot of the bed and the turquoise bookself.

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  11. Love this house Jessie, the use of old and the colour!
    Especially keen on the couch and bookcase!

    Abigail x

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  12. We have this house saved. It´s wonderful and has a lot of personality. It´s the tipical apartment that would public AD magazine.

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