House Tour: A Modern Spanish Home With Floral Motifs
Exquisite Architecture & Elegant Florals in a Fashion Designer's Spanish Home
Location: L'eixample — Valencia, Spain.
Size: 3530 square feet
Years lived in: Owned 5 years
Sandra's home is full of flowers. Incredible light and high ceilings frame floral patterns, shades of blue and elaborate tiles, which in turn add modernity to a space with stunning, classic architectural details. Sandra is a fashion designer and has her own brand, Kaif. She also has a beautiful store in Valencia where she sells all the pieces she creates.
Sandra's best advice: don't be afraid of taking risks and always give lots of personality.
Her modern style defines the way she created this home; she found furnishings for this home from a variety of stories, always on the hunt for original design and modern lines. Color is also really important for her, so all the rooms of the home have a harmonious combination of hues.
Incredible light and high ceilings frame flowers, shades of blue and patterned tiles in Sandra's home in Valencia, Spain.
These elements in turn add modernity to a space with stunning, classic architectural details.
The kitchen showcases a minimal, modern look.
The floral theme and pastel colors found in Sandra's home are present throughout her fashion designs.
Bright light shines on a jute area rug from IKEA.
The bold floral wall hanging is from Designers Guild.
A close up of an Eames chair in the dining room
A close up of the rug in the living room
Sandra says the flowers on the ceiling are her favorite element, but also the biggest challenge of living in the space.
The large pendant light features the floral details found throughout the walls and ceiling.
Materials are also vital to her, and you see a variety of furnishings with different textures, which play off the home's architectural delicate details. It's a simple but modern home with a beautiful atmosphere full of flowers and a great ambiance.
A neon sign of Sandra's brand overlooks a sofa from Asuncion la Torre.
Apartment Therapy Survey:
Our Style: Modern and contemporary
Inspiration: The materials
Favorite Element: The flowers on the ceiling
Biggest Challenge: Also the flowers on the ceiling
What Friends Say: They love it.
The blue Eames chairs at the Habitat dining table provide Sandra with a minimal work space and dining area.
Biggest Embarrassment: The dressing room; it's always a work in progress.
Biggest Indulgence: This home is a relaxing place to be.
Best Advice: Don't be afraid of taking risks and give always lots of personality.
Dream Sources: Roche Bobois and Viçon.