The gut renovation of this early 1900s home in Barcelona has more color and drama than all of the amazing renovations we've seen hailing from the Spanish city lately. First spotted by Sight Unseen, the vibrant home was transformed by designer Guillermo Santomà for his own use. Who knew traditional Spanish tiles would go so well with such a bold palette of pinks, blues, and greens? The resulting space looks almost like a surreal painting, with exuberant colors demarcating the dimensions. Interior openings, including one that opens up to a faux skylight (i.e. a whimsical blue ceiling painted with white clouds), heighten the effect.
∙ House Horta HOUSE HORTA [Guillermo Santomà via Sight Unseen]
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