The new interior design of this striking apartment in Palma de Mallorca provided a wonderful opportunity to work with a uniquely beautiful space. The project was led by a team of experienced and highly specialised individuals, including Interior Designer Ingrid Batcup BIID, Architect Mike Batcup RIBA and Constructor Paul Robinson.

A stunning Palma reform

With a yearning to enhance the property’s space, a host of interior design practices were implemented into the home. The reform sought to focus on the flow of light and space in an organic environment.

Here, there was freedom to play with light, colours and materials to create an elegant and inviting style. The project was focused upon bringing warmth that was touched by sophistication, with a considered choice of furnishings in the design.

The beauty of the home can be found in its details, with the new interior design allowing for an impeccable harmony to be made within the space. As well as Romo fabrics used in the curtains and voiles, a designer desk and sofa was sourced from the collection of Andrew Martin. To further complement the home, accessories, lights and mirrors from the luxury wholesaler of Eichholtz was added to bring a unique and elegant style.

Exuding a classic yet opulent quality, it is nearly impossible to resist the welcoming qualities of the materials used in the new interior design. Its implementation has transformed the home into a chic setting, allowing each room to become more decadent.

An earthy colour palette was selected for the new interior design with the addition of warm accents, as well as the use of wood and stone. This has given warmth to the modern interiors, contrasting perfectly against its surrounding elements.

The gorgeous floors at the apartment have anchored the entire space, adding an austere elegance to each of the rooms, whilst also synchronising harmoniously with its surrounding walls. Here, the architecture and construction of the apartment created a canvas that the interior design could complement with impeccably.

The architecture and construction was the foundation for enhancing the existing space, creating a canvas that the interior design could complement beautifully.

Credits

Architect: Mike Batcup RIBA

Building & ConstructionPaul Robinson

Interior Design: Ingrid Batcup BIID

Photography: Pernilla Danielsson

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