Thursday, August 5, 2010

A Mystery Solved

A big thanks go out to Christina at Full House for letting me know that the bookshelves I posted yesterday were from Nuevo Estilo and to Gracia who completed the puzzle by letting me they were designed by Isabel López-Quesada.  I absolutely love the blue sofa and mirrored wall just as much as the lacquered shelves and it was nice to see the complete design.  The view from the terrace of Madrid is pretty fantastic too!  Enjoy!




















Photos from Neuvo Estilo

10 comments:

Nova said...

The mirrored wall is a closet, check out the cabinet knobs in the fifth picture!!
Love it!
Xoxo

Layers and Layers said...

I LOVE that sofa. It reminds me of sculpture...as does the sink in the powder room. And that view???? fabulous....dreaming now ;-)

Erica Sara said...

Love the statue of the woman's body on the coffee table in the 3rd picture! Just gave me a new idea...

Anonymous said...

Isabel Lopez Quesada is one of my favorite interior designers! Take a look at her website where you can see a lot of her work. I love your blog and enjoy it daily!

Teresa Hatfield said...

Loving the wall in the living room. Such a beautiful home. Never thought of using light blue for a sofa, but it looks amazing.sa (Splendid Sass)
Tere

Erika ~TiptoeButterfly~ said...

they have a sofa JUST like that at Zgallerie .. i love it - but my heart is SO set on a sectional for my space

Heidiopia said...

I love the simplicity of the design and pieces with all the charming little touches! The blue sofa is amazing... any idea of title/artist of the large abstract piece in the dining area??

Suzy said...

Thank you for finding out who was responsible for those bookshelves...I feel totally in love with them when you did that post. I'm already a huge fan of her work but its sooo nice to see something new. Thanks!!

Diane Bergeron said...

Love this house too Heather! Just stunning!

Jeffrey said...

The bookshelves are beautiful, but it is the desk that caught my eye -- so simple, and modern, and elegant...

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