Mediterranean style has emerged this year and we can count on a modern Spanish Revival home! A house with ‘good bones’ generaly describes this particular design, because architecture forms the foundation or canvas for everything in a home’s interior design process, and this is a very important feature in Spanish design. Today, we’ll explore the latest Spanish design trends through the jaw-dropping ambiances of Masquespacio.
Masquespacio is an award-winning creative consultancy created in 2010 by Ana Milena Hernández Palacios and Christophe Penasse. Combining the 2 disciplines of their founders, interior design and marketing, the Spanish design agency creates custom-made branding and interior projects through a unique approach that results in fresh and innovative concepts.
Taking the leap into the world of interior decorating can be a scary thing, especially the first time around. Just like a budding relationship, the start of a decorating project can bring a symphony of emotions: the heart-swelling when imagining the end result, the butterflies when spotting your dream sofa, the nerves when swiping the credit card, the doubts when awaiting delivery…Is it a good fit? Will it last? Will I love it? Fortunately, there are interior designers who can guide you through every step of the way with their expertise.
Masquespacio is the name that is always coming up when trying to find the most suitable designer to transform our design dreams into reality.Embrace your latin side, and add some warmth to your place!
2021 SPANISH COLOR TREND
White is a fantastic backdrop, almos like a blank canvas to be creative. It makes the space feel bigger, cleaner, and it neutralizes the bold warm colors. It is also a trick to help your color scheme stand out and not be lost in a sea of contrast and clashing hues.
Shades of Orange
Spanish home design includes plenty of warm colors, such as orange tile, terracota, and red toned borwns. They immediately make the room feel more welcoming and cozier and it’s also used to reflect the pleasant outdoor climate.
STEAL THE LOOK
Wood is one of the most common materials in a Spanish home. Embrace the love for natural materials using reclaimed wood ceiling with beams in your living room, neutral furiture and vintage chandeliers.
You’ll often see plenty of pattern added to Spanish home décor in various ways – with tiles, with artworks, throws, rugs and other accessories, and this is what you should add, too, to make your dwelling more eye-catchy.