Eclecticism is a hip word that today goes for almost every domain. When it comes to architecture and interior design, this is a style that suits you best if you like too many different things from various eras and you can’t decide.
Gustavo Salmeron is a Spanish actor who opted for contrasting trends and combined them successfully and ingeniously. In his Madrid house you can find vintage furniture, industrial detailing, the latest appliances and lots and lots of green plants.
The color comes mainly from the furniture and the lighting while all the walls were left with the original grey color of the concrete. A very important aspect that gives the homey feeling is the natural lighting from the ceiling in the living room. The original steel beams were preserved and they are the focus point of the kitchen.
Here and there you can see surprising elements like the 70’s disco ball from the dining area or the colorful staircase on wheels.
This is definitely a design for creative people that enjoy the magic touch of eccentricity.
Text: Diana Porumboiu