Cozyness and comfort donâ€™t depend on any particular style. After all, weâ€™re all unique. Unique is also the word to describe this beautiful loft located in Madrid, Spain. Itâ€™s a two-leveled loft that was designed by Fernando Tapia and Monica Andina. The interior is both artistic and casual.
Even though the dÃ©cor features the typical Spanish national coloring, thereâ€™s nothing typical about this loft. Thatâ€™s not because itâ€™s unusually striking in terms of furniture, colors or materials but because itâ€™s a loft full of art. The designers managed to find a way to combine functionality with style without compromising one or the other. The result was this extremely functional apartment with a great sense of style.
The loft is divided into two volumes. The first part includes the living room, the kitchen and the dining room, in other words the public spaces of the apartment. The other volume houses the bedroom. As for the structure and the materials used, the loft features a combination of concrete and metal complimented by a colorful interior and vintage furniture.
The most interesting part is the artistic side of this loft. The walls are covered with portraits, pictures and all sorts of other decorations. They vary from playful to dramatic and they cover not just the walls but basically the whole loft.