A functional and bright apartment with the sea in the background

A functional and bright apartment with the sea in the background

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"Living in the city and having the sea as a horizon". This is how the designer Susanna Cots explains the main objective that was pursued in the reform of this 80 square meter apartment located in the Poblenou neighborhood, in Barcelona. Its owners, a couple in love with Barcelona, ​​wanted natural light and functionality to overflow in every corner of their home and that the Mediterranean was always present.

"The design concept The project has been based on a kaleidoscopic look in which any view has as a complement the sea ", explains Susanna, who with custom furniture has redefined the spaces of this floor today divided into a space that share kitchen, dining room and living room, a bedroom with built-in dressing room and bathroom and a courtesy sink Some of the partitions have been replaced by wardrobes, such as those that separate the dressing area from the room or the bench where the bathtub becomes next to the bed, which they provide storage space while serving as a space separator.

For the interior designer, "the project gives off light, visual comfort and functionality thanks to the application of white, the use of noble materials and the careful lighting of the project". Seeing the result, we could not define it better.

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The owner couple wanted the Mediterranean to be enjoyed from anywhere in the house. Susanna Cots designed open spaces to achieve it. In the lounge, black chairs Acapulco and Misura sofa.

Light and function

Interior designer Susanna Cots signs the reform of this apartment located in Barcelona where maximum functionality has been sought and to take advantage of natural light.

Open minded

The kitchen is open to the living room and dining room. A chaise longue Ikea delimits the spaces.

When everything fits

The interior designer has custom designed many of the furniture in the house, such as those in the kitchen, to make the most of the space.

A table set

View of the kitchen from the dining room.

Be natural

Natural materials, such as wood and cane, have been used that provide freshness and freshness.

Winding curves

On the dining room, the lamp Vertigo from Petite Friture.

Color range

White, black and wood color predominate.


The apartment has a bedroom with bathroom and dressing room.


Detail of the wooden headboard and sconces.

Bathroom with views

The bedroom bench hides the bathtub behind him.

Relaxation area

The interior designer has opened the water area to the bedroom to "favor relaxation and calm."


At the entrance, closets define the courtesy toilet.

Radiant piece

A sculptural mirror brings interest to the sobriety of the toilet.


In the floor plan you can see the furniture as they make dividers between rooms.