SPANISH STYLE: Old World/New World

¡Viva España!

Who else is ready to make 2012 your most stylish year yet? Let’s kick it off with these stunning interiors via my latest obsession, Nuevo Estilo. Those Spaniards sure know how to mix contemporary, mid-century modern, and traditional in the most sophisticated ways. Que bueno!

Mikel Irastorza


Mikel Irastorza


Jaume Cortés


Carina Casanovas


Drago Capital


Marta Torelló

Mikel Larrinaga

Mikel Larrinaga


Mikel Larrinaga

Ana Rodríguez

Luis Puerta

Alfons Tost


Montse Esteva

Are you feeling it too? Let’s do this!

xoxo-EB

 

All images via Nuevo Estilo

Erika Brechtel

Erika Brechtel

Creative Director

Desiring an online space to explore well-rounded, inspired content in all topics she loves most, Erika created 'The E List' (formerly the Small Shop blog) in 2010. When not enjoying an “occasional" glass of wine and wanderlusting for even warmer climates, Erika can be found sharing laughs with friends and family, and trying her very best to keep up with her 6-year old daughter (yet failing miserably).

34 Comments
      1. Hi Shuli! Good questions! I’d say if you can accomplish that mix of the fancy French traditional plus mid-century modern like the first pic, you are well on your way! And of course, add a bit of glam into the mix with something shiny and/or 70’s/80’s.

  1. Obsessed. You know how you were thinking about writing about Tangerine Tango? Well, I was thinking of writing about Nuevo Estilo. So we’re even. Actually, we’re not — you win. This post has so much gorgeousness in it. My head just exploded.

  2. Wow, I would love to live in Spain and wouldn’t mind if it was in any one of these spaces. Gorgeousness!
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  3. I love Nuevo Estilo and you! You are getting so many comments these days I feel like you are famous! Happy New Year babe…
    xoxox e (modern24seven)

  4. Si! Viva Espana. I need to be less rigid with my styling. I love the look of the first one. Art that leans on the wall. That bertoia chair not pushed in. Open books on the tables…