Dazzling Interior Design Projects In Valencia => In this article, we talk about the best interior design projects in Valencia. This city is well known for its exterior architecture but also for its fantastic interiors. Vibrant colors together with the relaxed style of Mediterranean decoration are the characterization of these interior designs.
Mid-century lighting brand, Delightfull is now part of the Palacio Vallier Restaurant in Valencia. Here, exciting and harmonious spaces have been created, with a combination of functional parts, which meet your needs, and sustainable parts, for their ability to last over time.
Located in an emblematic building in Valencia, designed by architect Luis Mares in 1966, this house defines itself as timeless and elegant.
StudioMontañana’s recent intervention has respected its noble character through finishes, materials, and colors that manage to create an elegant atmosphere regardless of fashion or current trends.
Creation of space with the feeling of a cozy and contemporary atmosphere with certain eclectic notes. Betting on a neutral palette, with white and oak wood with an oil finish, to revalue the natural texture of wood, which are the best allies to create a fresh, serene and versatile environment. Use of certain touches of current trends, such as the golden color in some decorative elements and the beige tone of the wood. As for lighting, choosing elements that help enhance and create warm environments where textures take center stage and an intimate atmosphere during the night.
Boho-chic project, which highlights neutral tones with touches of color, natural materials, and in which prints and textures are the protagonists.
This project consists of a dining room, kitchen, laundry room, two bathrooms, three bedrooms.
A stunning view of the city makes it necessary to transform the space to make it even more enjoyable. Here, you can gather with family and friends on warm winter evenings and hide from the scorching sun in summer. Organization of the space by areas: barbecue area, dining area for 6 people, relaxation area with a sofa, where a hanging chair draws special attention.
All the decoration is very comfortable and simple, but still emphasizes the expensive view of the city, and makes the apartment more attractive.
The project is located in a building from the 1970s, where the house has a generous floor area with rational distribution of the facilities. This project was centered on being a house that is not very compartmentalized and open to the outside spaces: the day space facing the main façade; the night space towards the large courtyard located in the back.
The environment has an industrial language based on the use of textured black, concrete, and aged wood. The use of technical lighting based on spotlights and rails reinforces the intended industrial and museological character.
In this project, the use of brightly colored elements was essential to create a space that is at the same time elegant but with a lot of personalization.
In this project, there was a complete renovation of the apartment. In all rooms the main color is neutral, but always with accents in accessories with color. The use of artwork was fundamental to create personality in this space.
In this project, there was the use of bright and cheerful colors, which goes according to the taste of the couple living in this space. This house has an eclectic style without sacrificing functionality and comfort.
Gray and black tones predominate in this project. Together with the natural color of wooden accessories, they transform this space into an elegant but simple place.
The use of wood in both the flooring and the furniture provides this space with comfort and comity. This project was carried out in the entire apartment and all rooms have personality.
Complete furniture, lighting, and decoration project for a teenage girl’s dorm room. The room was zoned to have different mandatory uses: sleeping, studying, reading, dressing and makeup. The chosen color range, which revolves around off-white, features color notes in pink and grey.
The goal of the project, as with most of Masquespacio’s projects, was to realize the illusion of a group of young entrepreneurs seeking to offer a new culinary and sensory experience in Valencia.
The project shows prints made with custom tiles that reinterpret the facades of the neighborhood. Special attention was given to the bar that looks more like a facade with its unique ornaments and figures. In the center we can see how the attention is focused on the selection of spirits that will be used in the cocktails, being the specialty Cristóbal and La Sastrería.
As if two projects in one, space is designed with a clear division between two worlds. On the one hand, the user’s free movement and waiting areas, with a charged and close domestic character. On the other hand, the technical area, of restricted use for the professional team and resolved with a powerful aseptic and clinical aspect. Two antagonistic languages that connect and intertwine in a single project, able to transport you from one environment to another in a simple and docile way.
Hotel room interior design project in orange tones, with plenty of use of wooden elements that make this space very comfortable.
The project was carried out in several rooms, all of which are very large and airy. Use of simple decorative elements with an industrial touch.
In this renovation, the goal was to make a new distribution, more practical and functional by integrating the kitchen to the dining area of the living room, but preserving and adapting the owner’s fantastic furniture, as well as looking for the best location for each of the art and decoration pieces that over time became part of her life.
Meeting the current needs, we created a functional organization, with wide spaces and comfortable routes; the light colors and high-quality materials make the space cozy and elegant, a definition of the homeowner.
Renovation of a loft originally intended for office space, but converted into “the custom-made palace” for a romantic bachelor in 21st century, passionate about nature and sport.
The dining room was left open to the kitchen and thanks to the ceiling with an adjustable indirect light tray, the space is more spacious and welcoming. Without a doubt, the light grey fabrics of the extremely comfortable sofa and the velvet curtains in antique pink are what give the space a sophisticated touch.
The use of neutral tones is always a good bet to make any room comfortable but elegant at the same time. And that’s what happened in this project that along with the use of plants was a relaxed environment.