Marta de la Rica

Interior Designer Marta de Rica seems to favor mixing iron
vintage chairs, distressed wood with polished cabinetry.  She also seems
to prefer concrete finishes over tiles or marble for bathrooms and
kitchens.  These choices of hers translate into homes that have a modern sensibility yet feel homey and livable.  Enjoy! 
Beautiful vignette.  I adore the sconces.

Antiqued mirror and french chandelier in a bathroom.  The bathtub looks like a personal pool.

Distressed wooden door gives interest to a very delicate room.  Adore the black reading sconces.

Another view of the bedroom where Marta displays a chair without upholstery. 
A modern kitchen with traditional patterned floor. 

Symmetry frames the door with A pair of Sputnik sconces over a pair of draped sconces designed by Frederique Mechiche

A powder room wallpapered in a Grisaille wallpaper depicting old buildings. 
Marta uses a library card index file cabinet for her jewelry and accessories. 

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  • Julie I adore Marta's equisite design style. Fabulous mix of textures and genres!

    xoxo
    Karena
    Art by Karena

  • A beautiful and eclectic style – I love the colored concrete in the bath and the jewelry display!
    xx

  • So many interesting ideas here, Julie! The file cabinet used for jewelry looks amazing!

  • Hi Julie- Do you know by any chance who the source is for the traditional kitchen floor ?
    Best- Robyn