Magical Bohemian Style at Manolo Yllera’s loft in Madrid

Pasted from here: http://decor8blog.com/2013/04/06/magical-bohemian-style-loft-in-madrid/
Many Thanks to Holly Becker and Manolo Yllera, one of our earliest fans (check this page:
la nueva era industrial)
  
I came across a stunner of a bohemian-style loft today in Spain and couldn’t peel myself away
from examining the many details. This place is in Madrid and is totally unreal –so imaginative,
I’ve never seen anything like it.    And it’s very neutral  and  industrial with loads of vintage ele-
ments, wow! It’s the space of  interiors photographer  Manolo Yllera  and doubles as his light
studio. Interesting, right!?
Manolo's Loft in Madrid
 
Manolo's Loft in Madrid
 
Manolo's Loft in Madrid

 

 

Manolo's Loft in Madrid

I found this on an equally creative Spanish blog called Virlova Style.What do you think? Spot
any details you’d like to try at home?     I love the  wooden  white screen above with the hand-
painted blossoms – great idea for a room divider.
I also love all of his Berber carpets from Morocco–those Beni Ouarain rugs have been showing
up everywhere in the most stylish homes–have you noticed the Beni Ouarain trend too?
I noticed it back in 2011 but wow, it’s grown to be quite a hit ever since.
(images Manolo Yllera)
Posted by decor8 in Home Tours on April 06, 2013
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    Thelma B commented
    April 6th, 2013 at 2:28pm
     
    I’m interested in that red metal chair in the living room…I wonder what it’s made of?
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