As I was perusing Pinterest yesterday, I was struck by the graphic, black and white marble floors in an ultra-chic apartment in Madrid. Greek key is most definitely my favorite graphic pattern, so I was drawn to the striking flooring in the image like a moth would be drawn to a flame. Wanting more, I clicked through the image to find that the beautiful room was part of a feature from AD Espana on the home of Eric Yerno which was then profiled on Australian designer and gallerist, Jason Mowen’s blog.
I am tremendously inspired by the perfect imperfection of this home. The home is a little edgy; at once modern yet filled with antiques, and throughly Madrileno. It is curated rather than decorated and features such an incredible assortment of pieces by Maison Jansen, Jacques Adnet, and Jasper Morrison. You know it’s the type of home in which each piece was brought into the space because it really resonated with the owner. A fantastic assortment of artwork and the 19th century architecture set a spectacular stage for each piece to shine in harmony with one another against the crisp white walls and that fabulous floor. Oh, that floor!