Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Heloísa Malaga




A room where time stands still?! Interior designer Heloísa Malaga achieved the impossible with this captivating bathroom from her home in Marbella, a city located next to the Mediterranean Sea on the southern tip of Spain. With all of the beautiful antiques and reclaimed pieces filling the space, you'd never know the room was actually new construction. I especially love the old trader's desk turned into a vanity. And the dreamy blue walls, obviously! Visit Nuevo Estilo to tour the rest of the amazing home!


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11 comments:

Debbie said...

Love the weathered plaster (?) walls in a color other than white!

How2home said...

The bath tub looks awesome. Love the vanity area and the use of wood on the floor and sink area....beautiful!

jessica said...

favourite bathroom i've seen in a while! this is gorgeous.
best do the lottery tonight haha
jessica x

Sam [The Peak of Tres Chic] said...

I adore this bathroom! What a gorgeous, shabby chic vibe it has.

Merlin said...

OM!! I went to the website...just GORGEOUS!! LUV the entryway! franki

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mustang said...

Wow, that does not look like new construction. I love it.

Jamie Herzlinger said...

Oh I am in love with the floors! Thanks for posting this amazing bathroom!

Love, Jamie Herzlinger

Heather Moore Grahling | Vivid Hue Home said...

marbella is beautiful! and I never would have guessed this was new construction! great job!

Double Glazing Cheltenham said...

Such room needs a little improvement. Paints or wallpapers can do a lot of help in this case and also the things that you would set up in here is hereby important too.

emory home blogger said...

I am just about to undertake the mission of giving my bathroom a makeover so was looking for inspiration and I have found it in this post. Love the colour and love that basin. Thanks for sharing!

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