Private home in Vitoria-Gasteiz where the space is used to its best advantage
Entrance hall to the property
A made-to-measure corner bench was created for the property’s entrance hall. It was made with one of the laminates from the house Finsa selected by the Quefalamaria interior design studio. Some divisions were made in the lower areas, leaving some gaps to place some functional, decorative baskets. To the left of the bench there is a space for a chest of drawers, supplied by the owners. The wardrobe consists of doors at the top and bottom, lacquered in white. A central niche was created in natural oak wood and the interior is made of laminate, like a hall wardrobe, with hanging elements and different shelves.
A very original partition was made in the children’s room, which goes from floor to ceiling, letting light in and creating a division between the bed and the study area. The material used is oak laminate, following the line of materials used in the other areas of the house. The partition consists of several shelves, each at a different height. In addition, it serves as a support for the top of the desk, which has a white lacquered drawer unit on the other side.
A two-and-a-half-metre-high white lacquered sliding door was created to make the doors of the children’s room. The handles are integrated, recessed in the same tabletop and with a stainless steel edge trim. On the other side, another bedroom with a children’s play area was created. The aim is to divide two rooms with a partition that hides the door once it is open. This is a far as the wardrobe goes when the door is closed. Opposite this door, we have a shelf in oak laminate fitted to the ceiling, with a hidden bed underneath. The space has therefore multiple uses, such as a playroom or guest room.