Luminous de Lezo

It’s pretty impressive to see how a set of old office spaces have been restored and transformed into interior designer Soledad Suárez de Lezo‘s elegant Madrid home. I’m in love with the industrial steel windows, deco floor tiles, intricate moulding, and vibrant accoutrements. It’s fabulously eclectic (check out the set of rhinoceros feet on the coffee table) and wonderfully luminous!

(via Desire To Inspire)

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  1. Mira wrote:

    Wow looks really stunning <3
    xo

    glamDevils

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  2. Aleksandra wrote:

    eclectic was the first word that popped into my mind 🙂 beautiful place ♥

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  3. Amazing house!! Love the black and white floor!!
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  4. Reptilia wrote:

    AMAZING!! love this kind of posts!

    http://www.justreptilia.com

    xx

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  5. Stand Out wrote:

    lovely place, i really like it!

    http://standoutfashionblog.blogspot.it/

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  6. Charlotte wrote:

    Looks so impressive!
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  7. Matea wrote:

    How wonderful, love it!!

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  8. Denisa wrote:

    Very ncie and I like if in interior ist white color. Have a great day.

    http://www.fashiondenis.com/

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  9. Jurgita wrote:

    Wow, really impressive interiors!
    Modern but still so spanish…

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  10. Every room is perfection! Gorgeous place.

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  11. Maria wrote:

    It’s so light and beautiful in here.
    xo, Maria
    http://www.peppermintsandpixiedust.blogspot.com

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  12. wow! it is perfectly styled. and that light…

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  13. Laura wrote:

    wow gorgeous !!
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  14. saltgrain wrote:

    I like the space and things like the doors, windows and ceilings.. but there is just too much STUFF in most of those rooms. It reminds me of that saying where you should look in the mirror before you leave and take off “one thing” .. in this case, I would take off several things..from most of the rooms. They are so busy the home wouldn’t be at all calming or relaxing.. which your home should be.

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  15. wow love the decor!!! xo, Alma
    http://www.soulofashopper.com

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  16. Nadja wrote:

    wow , can’t believe this was an office in former times!! amazing 🙂

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  17. Angela wrote:

    Gorgeous home, and really beautiful with all the yellow details.
    Angela
    http://www.finedecor.se/

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  18. SUCH great decor inspiration. love the colors and patterns throughout.

    xoxo
    Juliette Laura
    http://juliettelaura.blogspot.com/

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  19. julent wrote:

    Please tell me those aren’t actual rhinoceros feet.

    Most rhino species are critically endangered or threatened. One species of rhino was declared extinct as recently as 2011. Rhinos are under enormous threat from poachers who kill them for their horns and apparently their feet.

    http://worldwildlife.org/species/rhino

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  20. Soledad wrote:

    A big THANK YOU to Honestly WTF for such kind words. I am thrilled to see my work featured in one of my favourite posts. And thank you everyone for your lovely comments- I’m glad you liked it!
    Julent, they’re not rhino’s feet but hippos. These are not anywhere near extintion and they come from a safari with all due permits and controls. Having said this, I totally respect anyone’s views on hunting as I’m aware it is a controversial subject, but I wanted to state that these hippos come from a legally controlled hunt.
    Enjoy your day!!

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  21. So cool!! This makes me miss Madrid even more :-/
    Rocío
    fashioningmylifeindc.blogspot.com

    1.19.13
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  22. Suzan wrote:

    It is lovely, but I’m totally turned off by all the dead animal stuff, starting with the rhino feet, but also the zebra skin rugs, the fur throws, the antelope skulls,etc. It’s in nearly every shot. How macabre and sickening.

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  23. All the colors and patterns are so beautiful; they make the rooms come alive. This is great décor inspiration for homeowners who are looking for unique ideas to transform the appearance of their living space. Experimenting with different shades of colors and themes are the best ways to enhance the look of your home.

    1.20.13
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  24. Tiara wrote:

    This house is amazing. I especially love the bold colours and that blue couch looks comfy haha.

    1.22.13
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  25. tyfoon wrote:

    hi lauren! saw this article and thought of a hotel i should have taken you to while you were here! next trip to Bangkok!

    1.23.13
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    • Lauren wrote:

      @tyfoon Next time, hopefully very soon. I am dying to go back! xx

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  27. Monika wrote:

    get me in this houseeeeeeeeee! love the colors.

    Monika
    champagne-picnic.com

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  28. michelle wrote:

    What an amazing home. For me, it was room after room of beautifully collected perfection . The well considered contrasts from one space to the next was brave and worked on every level. I would love to know what the wall covering in the kitchen is. Lovely lovely lovely!

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