The projects of Las Perelli, studio for interior architecture and design, are always admired by Imagicasa. The recent renovation of this rectory house is no exception. Today, we want to put this project in the spotlight.
Behind the Las Perelli design studio, there are two sisters, Elena and Beatriz. Both are passionate about generating space with an identity that requires much more than simple furnishing. The Madrid-based studio therefore engages in personal projects that also include architecture, landscape architecture or lighting. Their style is based on the use of natural materials and unique objects, respecting their different characteristics and using light as a key element.
The used materials are a nod to the past
This time, we would like to take you to their impressive rehabilitation project. The team deliberately chose to work with craftsmen who work with wood, chalk and iron. The materials used are a nod to the past. They used old recovered materials but also works of art that belonged to the clients, which reflects in a calm and refined interior. The design team attached great importance to the spaces and the materials of the floor, the ceilings and the walls, so that they retained their essence. For the colour palette, they chose a range of whites and browns to give greater contrast to the dark woods. Furthermore, the walls are whitewashed and the colour chosen is different in each of the rooms. The theme of this dreamy palace was very clear; connecting the interior with the exterior. We believe they have succeeded in doing so! Las Perelli prioritises the client's lifestyle and ensures that every detail of the project is in line with their vital and emotional needs, in order to bring their well-being to a higher level.
Interior design by Las Perelli
Images courtesy of Las Perelli
Styling by Bea Aparicio