A flat overlooking the Sagrada Familia

A flat overlooking the Sagrada Familia

Contemplating from your window one of the most iconic and spectacular cathedrals in the world is a privilege of which this 86 square meters apartment located in the Eixample Barcelona law can boast.

The owner family, made up of a young couple with a small child, knew the diamond he had in the rough and decided to put it in the hands of the interior design studio Egue and Mushroom to be polished and get the most out of it, adapting it to your tastes and needs and making it more cozy and comfortable for your daily routine. For the day zone, the duo has conceived an open space shared by the living room and kitchen, in which each one maintains its independence visually thanks to the use of two different floors, hexagonal tiles and wood, that transit gradually. The dining room has been located in a glass cube at different levels, with direct access to the large terrace with barbecue from which the entire city is dominated.

In the decoration, as the study confesses, Two styles predominate: the Mediterranean and the Nordic. Danish-inspired furniture coexist with pieces made of natural fibers from Maisons du Monde, Habitat and Zara Home, which are dressed and paired with wise touches of color, such as turquoise and mustard; and some wink of humor with art, among which the collages surreal, the tropical plates and a large and colorful Iris Apfel, whose gaze behind his large glasses of glasses presides over the room.

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The studio of Egue and Seta signs the reform of this apartment in Barcelona, ​​for which they have conceived a large day area shared by the living room, kitchen and dining room.

Express dining room

In the kitchen, the cabinets were distributed in parallel, with a small dining area with stools at one end of the island. On the countertop, red pepper shaker Cayenne and iron basket Berry of Habitat.

All to the white

The kitchen cabinets were chosen in white, with the countertops in wood, integrating perfectly with the rest of the space.

The transition

The hexagonal tiles of Azul Acocsa that cover the floor and the kitchen walls gradually move into the living room with the wooden floor.

Scope of view

The kitchen seen from the living room. First, Twist coffee table by Maisons du Monde and Zara Home accessories.

Vegetable touch

Interior designers have created a vegetable corner next to the kitchen, one of their hallmarks.

Have an eye

The room is chaired by a full-color sheet of the icon of fashion and interior designer Iris Apfel.

Turquoise touches

The carpet is the Pastel Geomet model of Benuta and the pouf is the Borealis de Maisons du Monde.

Eat out

In the background, the glass cube that contains the dining room.

Overhead light

The dining room lamps are from the Lucide firm.

Outdoor dining room

The glazed terrace allows you to eat enjoying the views every day of the year.

Color combination

Around the dining table, Tradition chairs by Maisons du Monde in different colors.

Denmark and Brazil

The sideboard, with Nordic lines and tropical colors, is the Maisons du Monde's Janeiro.

Sacred views

From the dining room you can see the Sagrada Familia. On the sideboard, lamp with wooden floor and white paper shade of Habitat.

Outside life

The dining room serves both the interior of the house and the terrace.

The barbecue

The terrace has a seating area and a barbecue.

On foot

The terrace seats have been made with pallets.

In pairs

Zara Home coffee tables.

All blue

Vases of lozade Habitat.

Main room

Decorated with a white base and colorful details, like the fabric that acts as a headboard.


The bedside tables are from Zara Home, as are the accessories. The lamps are the Marlowe model, with brass base, and the Fish, in yellow, both of Habitat.


Under the round mirror hung with a rope, custom made washbasin cabinet by Fulanitu i menganita Barcelona.

Turquoise and mustard

The colors chosen for the children's bedroom.

Indians and cowboys

All decoration pieces are from the MILK collection for Habitat.


The apartment of 86 square meters after the reform.