According to Wikipedia, glamor or glamor is an anglicism that designates a very elegant and sophisticated type of beauty, characteristic of some female Hollywood stars in the 30s, 40s and 50s. Precisely that is the memory that this room evoked upon entering at.
You can say that this is one of the most glamorous spaces of Casa Decor Madrid 2009. A hall worthy of a great Hollywood star; It would not cost us much to imagine Gloria Swanson lying on these chairs.
Sonia Pedregal recreate the essence of Art-Deco style Renewing it in a space in which the ancient and the modern go hand in hand in a natural way, resulting in a sumptuous and relaxed, serene and interesting environment, without neglecting the latest trends and technology applied to the decoration.
Thus among the classic furniture, the central axis of the Gold room it's a huge vintage photograph stamped in gilded aluminum, which occupies the entire back wall. A really beautiful image that introduces us fully in another time, true center of attention.
The walls are covered with golden vinyl, novelty and trend of this edition of Casa Decor Madrid 2009, which is presented smoothly on some walls, to reproduce on some other grounds present in the main mural. Aluminum, vinyl and digital stamping, thirties environment, who would say ...
Next to the entrance, a successful circular mirror composed of small moons of aged appearance, returns the image of the nuanced interior, a great success and one of the details that I liked most about this environment. A trend that comes strongly offering walls of soft and mysterious reflections.
Lighting, as we have seen in other environments, is born from the ceiling moldings. Warm light lines run through two semi-circles that light discreetly.
The furniture is resounding and comfortable. A set of sofas of unique design upholstered in chocolate color gathered around a small oval table, also upholstered. Between two symmetrical seats rests a Art Deco bar cabinet, a true jewel.
A selection of cushions in coral and raw tones provide a slight touch of color, a counterpoint to the golden and chocolate tones that predominate in the living room.
The floor is comfortable and fluffy, in a white tone that reflects the light that enters the windows of the viewpoints of the Luchana Palace. These are dressed long with two puffed curtains, stamped on honeycomb.
Finally, in the central wall we find a coral antler, the only element in this room that has been difficult for me to understand.