Interior designer Marta Castellano and architecture studio Serrat-Tort have injected personality and charm while retaining the original industrial appeal of this Barcelona loft.
In renovating this open plan, exposed brick lined loft in Barcelona, interior designer Marta Castellano whitewashed the original herringbone timber floors in order to create a sense of cohesion across the varied timber floor surfaces throughout. The brickwork has also been washed in white paint throughout the interior while in the sunroom leading of the open plan living and dining room the natural red brick has been left raw, creating warmth and visual interest to the overall scheme. Fabrics have been used to great effect here to create a sense of warmth and intimacy while also successfully softening the industrial scheme. Lighting creates further interest together with an added layer of dimension and texture throughout the entire interior scheme.
I’d like to highlight the master bedroom as it’s my favorite space in this home. It’s done in white, with a whitewashed brick wall, there are arched windows with curtains to keep the privacy, which is necessary when your bathtub is right here in the bedroom next to the window. This is one of the hottest trends in decor now, and it looks very bold. There’s a framed modern bed, a free-standing tub, wooden furniture and a large vintage mirror. There’s an additional powder room next to the bedroom. Now have a look at all other spaces of this loft and get inspired!