Reminiscent of the industrial-style home design, balanced with superb greenery and animated by light piercing through roof windows it is the shelter showcased below. The design lines is extremely rigid if you make abstraction of the greenery yet everything is soluble, every big piece of furniture and big flower pot can be moved and rearranged to break monotony when needed therefore adding dynamicity to the interior design in its frozen status.

The vintage home design belongs to the Spanish actor Gustavo Salmerón and it measures over 1,900 square feet located in Madrid, Spain. Through dense textures worn by exposed concrete and raw unfinished metal elements several colorful furnishings have been introduced as accents. These are becoming the main elements in the scenographic decor.

Great attention has been paid towards artificial lighting as well; punctual lighting fixtures are generating different types of lighting to set up an extraordinary ambient; moreover reflective stages are pointing towards the living area. We have also written an informative article entitled How You Can Use Artificial and Natural Lighting in a Scenographic-Like Decor for the high-end Advice Central Division of Interior Deluxe. We invite you to check the article out and leave your valuable feedback either in the comment section below or directly on Interior Deluxe!

The Colorful Vintage Industrial-Style Home of Gustavo Salmerón in Madrid

The Colorful Vintage Industrial-Style Home of Gustavo Salmerón in Madrid

The Colorful Vintage Industrial-Style Home of Gustavo Salmerón in Madrid

The Colorful Vintage Industrial-Style Home of Gustavo Salmerón in Madrid

The Colorful Vintage Industrial-Style Home of Gustavo Salmerón in Madrid

The Colorful Vintage Industrial-Style Home of Gustavo Salmerón in Madrid

The Colorful Vintage Industrial-Style Home of Gustavo Salmerón in Madrid

What do you think about this interior design? We find the industrial style nestled extraordinary here and we would love hear your opinion on the matter as well.

Photo Courtesy to Gonzalo Machado