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Marta de la Rica’s residential projects

Marta de la Rica

I have stumbled upon interior designer Marta de la Rica in the last issue of Spanish AD. Se has an office in Madrid, another one in New York where she currently moved to due to her professional commitments.

She founded her own studio in 2005 after obtaining her Interior Design Degree in Madrid and carries out different interior projects, residential, ephemeral and commercial. She has a blog too where she writes about travels and what has inspired her.

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The images 2-4 are from her apartment in Madrid and the last ones refer to a project she has been working at in Andalusia (South Spain).

I enjoy a well-designed bathroom with a huge basin (I would probably go for a lighter colour though) and like the contrast of the white floors. And you?

How about some extra inspiration?

6 Responses

  1. I really like the white floor, i think it looks great. The bathroom is a little bit too dark in my opinion and maybe the mirrors too small but her apartment looks awesome and cosy!!

    1. I’d done the bathroom lighter too but believe the white floors are the perfect contrast right now. She has a great style and loads of talent. Can you believe how young she is?

  2. Gudy, what a beautiful apartment. I especially love the contrast of tiles against the white in the kitchen. The divider in the living space is such a lovely idea also. Thanks for sharing. xD

  3. I really like her style, I (of course) adore the floor tiles in that kitchen, the midcentury styled living is lovely although I’m not one for just an era of style together, I prefer a mix and that bathroom – I quite like the contrast of the dark bath, it doesn’t look too overbearing in the room for some reason. Good find Gudy ! xx

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