at home in barcelona.
by victoria comment

8/14/14

at home in barcelona / sfgirlbybay

white beamed ceilings, beautifully polished dark concrete floors and all that lovely natural light streaming in from the quiet outdoor courtyard — what’s not to like here? this stunning home, located in Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter was renovated in its entirety by australian restauranteurs Crick King and Tommy Tang, the founders of Federal Café in Madrid and Barcelona. each corner of the house shines with the cosmopolitan character of its owners — Travelers and ‘citizens of the world’ whose treasures from their many travels, and vintage finds from local flea markets tell their personal story, and add character and warmth. i love this kind of home — relaxed, eclectic and comfortable, but still incredibly stylish.

at home in barcelona / sfgirlbybay

at home in barcelona / sfgirlbybay

at home in barcelona / sfgirlbybay

at home in barcelona / sfgirlbybay

at home in barcelona / sfgirlbybay

at home in barcelona / sfgirlbybay

at home in barcelona / sfgirlbybay

at home in barcelona / sfgirlbybay

at home in barcelona / sfgirlbybay

at home in barcelona / sfgirlbybay

at home in barcelona / sfgirlbybay

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12 responses to “at home in barcelona.”

  1. What a treat. I lived in Barcelona for awhile. Nothing was jumping out at me or pulling memories, until I got to the terrace. Oh, how I miss those. What a lovely apartment.

  2. I love Federal café in Barcelona! That place also has a laid back but sophisticated air so it’s no surprise the owner’s home would have it too.

  3. What are you using to hang the baskets? I have a collection and would like to hang/display them.

    Thanks so much,

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