a colorful home with heart.
by victoria comment

9/6/18

Guillermo Santoma’s Casa Horta photographed by Ricardo Labougle for T Magazine. / sfgirlbybay

chances are, you’ve seen architect and designer Guillermo Santoma’s Casa Horta unfurnished and very colorful home around the internet — it’s that good that the architecture stands alone. located on the outskirts of Barcelona, casa horta was recently featured in full, furnishing included in t magazine and a few other publications (see credits below for more!) and it’s even more beautiful than before. Guillermo Santoma’s last name means “hand of a saint” in Catalan and using an inheritance from his grandmother of 190,000 euros he’s put his hands to the most inspiring use — taking this abandoned 1920’s 3-floor house and transforming it into essentially not just a home, but a work of art — a true masterpiece in pink and green and a whole lot of texture and personality, too! i’ve gathered images (before and after furniture) from the various features around the web to share with you. perhaps over the top, but a fearless and stunning home, nonetheless. i’d live here in a big pink heartbeat.

pale green and pink walls inside Guillermo Santoma’s Casa Horta. / sfgirlbybay

green sitting room in Guillermo Santoma’s Casa Horta. / sfgirlbybay

architectural details of Guillermo Santoma’s Casa Horta. / sfgirlbybay

Guillermo Santoma’s Casa Horta unfurnished. / sfgirlbybay

Guillermo Santoma’s Casa Horta green doors with gold stenciling. / sfgirlbybay

green and gold double doors into pink dining room inside Guillermo Santoma’s Casa Horta. / sfgirlbybay

Guillermo Santoma’s Casa Horta unfurnished with pink and green walls. / sfgirlbybay

Guillermo Santoma’s Casa Horta pink dining room. / sfgirlbybay

Guillermo Santoma’s Casa Horta with green and pink walls. / sfgirlbybay

wall mural in Guillermo Santoma’s Casa Horta pink dining room. / sfgirlbybay

Guillermo Santoma’s colorful Casa Horta. / sfgirlbybay

Guillermo Santoma’s Casa Horta unfurnished. / sfgirlbybay

double doors in Guillermo Santoma’s colorful Casa Horta. / sfgirlbybay

large black foot sculpture in Guillermo Santoma’s colorful Casa Horta. / sfsgirlbybay

colorful walls and decor inside Guillermo Santoma’s Casa Horta. / sfgirlbybay

minimalist pink tiled kitchen in Guillermo Santoma’s colorful Casa Horta. / sfgirlbybay

inspiring colorful decor in Guillermo Santoma’s Casa Horta. / sfgirlbybay

• photography credits: Ricardo Labougle for T Magazine; Pablo Zamora for Architectural digest; Constance Gennari for the socialite family; simon watson; silvia conde for ignant

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