A study in texture and tone, the home of Spanish interior designer Belén Domecq is as warm and unfussy as it is shrewdly considered. The combination of traditional antiques with organic and industrial elements creates an artful and laidback atmosphere. We love how the natural color palette creates a sense of continuity, allowing for unique juxtapositions of material and style.
Photo: Montse Garrido for AD España
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Belgian 19th-century wood and auburn leather armchairs
French 18th-century upholstered armchair
19th-century burled elm side table from England
19th-century Dutch fruitwood chest
Terracotta vessel from an abandoned potter's studio in Jalisco, Mexico