Designer Natalia Sánchez Echevarria of Spatial Code has lived, worked, and studied in some of the most fascinating cites around the world – from Barcelona to Paris, Vienna to New York – her industries of focus have varied as widely as the locales. Today Natalia has settled back in her hometown of Copenhagen, where she draws upon her rich past in advertising, film and web to create thouroughly eclectic interiors. Shown here is one of her most recent designs – a private home located in the posh, leafy enclave of Frederiksberg, just west of central Copenhagen.
any interior, Natalia cites a heavy focus on texture which she combines with color and bespoke furnishings to create “distinct universes”.
Frederiksberg home, Natalia helps delineate a diffuse open space with islands of jewel toned color.
bespoke kitchen combines a clean-lined clarity with rustic accessories and a pair of iconic French factory stools originally designed in the 1930s.
entryway, Natalia added a touch of nuance – softening what would be a black staircase – with midnight blue.
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more private areas, Natalia took a softer, more traditional approach – moving away from the clean lines and bold contrasts of the lower level – to create warmth and interest via worn antiques, textured textiles and subtle color combinations. It’s a unique brand of eclecticism that leaves you with something to think on at nearly every turn.
1. Upholstered Easy Chair
2. Mini Chandelier
3. Globe Pendant Light
4. Brass & Bronze End Table
5. Canvas Teepee
6. Matte Black Counter Stool
7. Antique Copper Handle & Knob
8. Handknotted Fleur Rug