Marbella Magic

A few years ago, I came across with this beautiful home in Marbella, Spain and fell in love with so many of the details at first glance. It features such a great balance of old and new, composed in the most inviting, effortless way. The home is truly elegant without feeling too formal or stuffy. The homeowner is a woman who had lived in London for most of her life. Surprisingly, or perhaps, serendipitously, the majority of the furnishings in this home came straight out of her home in London and work beautifully in their new abode. You’ll find that this home has gorgeous bones. Combining the beautiful architecture with timeless, classic pieces and a picture-perfect setting, I would venture to say that this lucky homeowner has found her “forever home”. Who would ever want to leave?

image {The ceiling in the living room is fantastic and the furniture layout is ideal for the space. I am so obsessed with the blue settees on either side of the fireplace. I wonder if they came from her home in London? I would doubt it because they seem tailor-made for their current location.}

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{Perfectly Symmetrical Gallery Walls Line the Main Hallway}

image {The De Gournay wallpaper in the dining room is absolutely gorgeous! I love the rich peacock blue hue. The room itself has great bones and I love that it has maintained a casual, effortless elegance. Being a big proponent of lighting, I think the room would benefit from a chandelier, but wonder if the owners opted against one to make the room a bit less formal. What are your thoughts? Does the room need a chandelier?}

image{How chic is this butler’s pantry?}

 image {I am in love with the master bedroom! Every detail is perfection from the romantic iron bed to the beautiful rug, folding screen, bedside chests, and the vaulted ceiling. This room is stunning.}

image {A View of the Fireplace from the Bed in the Master Bedroom—The room is surrounded by French doors.}

image{The Master Bath features an Eclectic Mix of Furniture}

image{The Tub in the Master Bath}

 image {Beauty extends beyond the walls of the home into the outdoor areas.}

image {Stunning Views by the Pool}

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{Images via Nuevo Estilo}

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  1. Yes, I agree, the dining room n a chand. And yes, the home snd furnish are lovely and while there is a lot of symmetry, it ecle en to Be INTERESTING and NOT too formal.

  2. This home is very beautiful and really nails the look of Informal elegance. Im back and forth on the chandelier. Maybe the homeowner wanted to let the eye appreciate the stunning wallpaper without interruption. Buut i think for me i would want either a noN-formal CHANDELIER or even a candElier. This house is truly beautiful.