Isabel Lopez-Quesada's charming habitat
It's been a while since my last post dedicated to one interior, so I thought it was about time. Let's take a look at Isabel Lopez-Quesda's home in Madrid. It used to be a factory, but she has done a hell of a job at transforming it into a beautiful, elegant family home. What speaks to me most are the fine structures that are to be found in every space. There are too many details to express my attraction for but one of the biggest would be the iron frames from the glass doors and the chairs, both inside and outside. And the graceful antique furniture pieces. The established designer has an astonishing portfolio, if you'd like to see more of her work.
What do you think about her villa?
Images via Architectural Digest