The coffee table is a lightweight model of wrought iron and glass, Hanbel. The white blinds are from El Corte Inglés. The three-arm lamp, by Habitat.2 A corner sofa Germán Saiz
These models are super practical in small spaces because they offer one more seat. This one, from Habitat, was placed on a Moroccan carpet. The cushions, by Gancedo, and the raw blanket, by Zara Home.3 extendable dining room Germán Saiz
The table has two wings that multiply its capacity and stackable chairs. Everything was acquired in Habitat.4 Small bookshop in a corner Germán Saiz
Strategically located between the living area and the dining room, it serves as a dividing element between the two spaces. Above it, an original composition of paintings and frames. Everything was purchased at an antique dealer in France.5 The kitchen opens to the living room Germán Saiz
They are only separated by a bar that is perfect for quick meals or breakfasts. A practical solution that expands the space by prolonging it visually. The furniture is from Ikea; the lining of the bar, by Leroy Merlin.6 bedroom Germán Saiz
The bed wall, without headboard, was papered with a Leroy Merlin model. A simple table, antiques, and a mirror, Hanbel, give rise to a flirtatious dressing and work area.7 Bath Germán Saiz
In the gaps on the sides of the entrance door to the bathroom, two Ikea cabinets were installed, with curtains instead of doors.8 A two-color bathroom Germán Saiz
Except for the shower area, the walls were covered with tiles up to medium height, in Peña Tiles. Under sink, in Leroy Merlin. Baskets and shelving; Ikea To win a space to leave boats, brushes and other utensils a shelf was fixed on the lower edge of the mirror, acquired in Ikea.