One of the most exclusive environments of Casa Decor Madrid 2009 we found it in The Suite created by Javier Castilla. Located on one of the sides of the Luchana PalaceIt is divided into three distinct zones that maintain a common link through the white, black and gray tones dotted with slight red accents.
An elegant suite whose living room is articulated around a large gray sofa, large and straight lines. The taste for details is evident in every corner, from the shark skin chest of drawers to the drawings made on the mirrors of the dressing room.
One of the most captivating corners is the one that forms an armchair with capitoné upholstery and a metal floor lamp. Subtle set that does not need much more company, just a black and white cushion. The mirror that covers much of the wall returns the reflection and brings even more depth to the room.
The feeling that reminds me of evoking the visit to this suite translates into two words: light and peace. The chosen furniture, wise mix of contemporary and classic styles, create a harmonic combination; Nothing is left and nothing is missing here. On the dresser we can see several works of art, as well as on the wall, from which a truly spectacular sculpture is born, seen closely.
The floor of the room is partly covered with a patterned carpet with black and white motifs, flat as a center of attention. The neutrality of the furniture yields much of the role with success. An impeccable steel and glass coffee table perches on it, and a zebra skin footstool keeps the backs and integrates seamlessly by adding an exotic touch.
The illumination It is in charge of some lights that are born from the ceiling, and for a more intimate nuance they turn to the lines of light integrated in the moldings, a recurring bet in this edition and that seeks a very suggestive touch of light.
He bedroom it is flooded with white, a resource that compensates for the shortage of space and detracts from it. The bed finds a simple headboard in a structure that runs along the wall from side to side. On it, a collection of books and a black lamp that comes to provide a necessary contrast.
A patterned carpet starts us in the true color, an advance of the red that is felt in the dressing room. The intimate area is created from two wisely installed walls: they do not reach the ceiling and are kept at a certain distance from the wall, allowing space to flow and avoiding the feeling of drowning.
He dressing room It is also an access area to the bathroom, which is done through the two central doors paneled in a mirror. Javier Castilla He wanted to make a wink, painting on the doors that open to the bathroom the letters WC, in a style according to the paper that covers the opposite wall. The handles are old and made in one piece.
A great antique mirror occupies one of the walls, and finishes the set a dressing table made in papyrus, with rounded front drawers that are served by a red chair, color that appears in small strokes spread throughout the space.
Throughout the entire suite, we find a series of windows and viewpoints, which let in a lot of light. This wall acts as a corridor and common link. One of these viewpoints has taken advantage of as rest zone, with a mat upholstered in linen and velvet.
We had trouble getting out of here, we wasted time contemplating the fabulous and expensive works of art that populate the space. It has been a pleasure to walk again Javier Castilla's Suite, although it has been from the memory.