Read the Ultimate Guide for the 54th Edition of Casa Decor Madrid ⇒ Casa Decor is a prestigious exhibition that takes place in Madrid. Currently on its 54th edition, this year, the event has returned to its origins in Barrio de Salamanca, located right at the intersection of Núñez de Balboa and Juan Bravo streets. Casa Decor started on the 24th of January and it’s expected to conclude on March 10. This time around, it is taking precedence in a building that was built in the 1930s under the aesthetic precepts of rationalism. The property has a ground floor, three floors with houses of 330 m2 each and a fourth floor where you can still breathe the stately splendour of yesteryear. Today, CovetED will present an ultimate guide talking about general information you ought to know, explore the work of some of the best interior designers showcasing their work there as well as outstanding design attractions one should experience in Madrid.
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The facade shows a more avant-garde style than the classic nineteenth-century buildings, which were perpetuated in the 20th century. By the straight lines, geometric quarters and absence of superfluous ornamental elements, it could be said that it is inspired by the precepts of early rationalism. High ceilings, wooden floors, plaster and original grills are a part of the decoration of half a hundred spaces, designed by the best professionals in the sector.
Each of the houses has 330 m2 in which there are large lobbies, halls and anterooms, offices, numerous bedrooms, spacious bathrooms, kitchens of 30 meters, which incorporate a dining room, and service area. Magnificent spaces in which you can still breathe the lordly splendour of yesteryear
The neighbourhood is full of life and charm, wide sidewalks and boulevards, terraces and restaurants, luxury stores in traditional shops, among many others. For Casa Decor, it all started at the Barrio de Salamanca and they return to this venue with great enthusiasm.
The event reunites a comprehensive range of interior designers, now let’s get to know all of them. Click in the links to find more about their decorated space:
Aseos “La memoria del agua” – Espacio Miapetra
Salón-comedor “Make it yours” – Espacio Ofelia home & decor
Sala de estar “Jung Dreams” – Espacio Jung
Dormitorio “Master Queen” – Espacio Hager Sistemas by Marisa Gallo
Baño “Laufen by Pepe Leal” – Espacio Laufen
From five-star hotels to luxury restaurants as well as historic museums and public spaces, below you can find a petite selection of some of the best places to visit while you are checking out Casa Decor Madrid!
Gran Hotel Inglés ⇒ The Gran Hotel Inglés has been a landmark since it was built in 1853. As the first hotel to have a restaurant, and located on the first street to receive electric lights in Madrid, the hotel quickly became a cultural icon. Politicians, artists, writers, and intellectuals made it their gathering place. After years of neglect and disrepair, the derelict hotel has been renovated and redesigned for today’s sophisticated traveller by Rockwell Group’s studio in Madrid
Moongata Showroom ⇒ Located in the heart of Barrio de las Letras in Madrid, Moongata is the new luxury brand in the town which provides unique furniture pieces and items for decoration, selected from the most exclusive international suppliers.
URSO Hotel & Spa ⇒ Hotel and Spa Urso is a monumental building located in the centre of Madrid that brims with history and heritage. By virtue of such, the hotel provides experiences to guests who almost feel like they have gone back in time to the beginning of the 20th century. Every single decor strategy suggests it, from the small staircase to the restoring antique elevator which is still functional. The four mesmerising 20th-century stained-glass windows and the generous space also grant the hotel this nostalgic characteristic.
Parque del Buen Retiro ⇒ It is one of the largest parks of the city of Madrid, Spain. The park belonged to the Spanish Monarchy until the late 19th century, when it became a public park.
Restaurante Amazónico ⇒ The jungle-themed interior has a warm tropical vibe and the exotic menu has made the eatery a popular destination among Spanish celebrities and socialites.
Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum ⇒ Located on the Art Walk, this museum’s collection traces the history of European painting from the Middle Ages through to the late 20th century.
Prado Museum ⇒ It is one of the most visited tourist attractions in the capital. The museum features an exclusive collection comprised of 8,600 paintings and over 700 sculptures.
Restaurante Zalacaín ⇒ This restaurants stands for tradition and modernity on the Paseo de la Castellano. It offers exquisite seasonal cuisine courtesy of Chef Benjamín Urdiain and his experienced team, outstanding presentation and excellent service.
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