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On this occasion, "The house of the week" takes us once again to the great city of Barcelona to see a spectacular apartment full of elegance, spaciousness and the great light of the Eixample, an area of ​​the most emblematic areas of the centre of Barcelona.

It is a fantastic 110m2 apartment completely renovated with excellent location near Plaza Universidad and a block from Enric Granados

...continue reading "Soft style in a beautiful apartment full of light and details in Dreta de l’Eixample (Barcelona)"

In Spain, there are more than 8 million people over 65 with property in their own homes. Accumulate savings of 600,000 million euros in housing compared to 120,000 million in pension plans for the total population.

However, last year only 45 reverse mortgages were commercialized in our country, according to the figures offered by the General Council of Notaries. But, let us start at the beginning. What is a reverse mortgage? And why are so few marketed?

...continue reading "Why does not the reverse mortgage triumph in Spain?"

When we are waiting for the arrival of a new child in the family, he hopes to create his space and go decorating it little by little, creating each corner with care and taking care of even the smallest detail. In this post, we tell you decorative tips according to your favourite style to create a bedroom for a newborn.


One of the classics for baby bedrooms is the Nordic or Scandinavian style, the sweetness inherent in this decorative style makes it a favourite for newborns.

Among the keys of this style, the use of neutral colours such as white, grey or black along with colour ranges in pastel or muted tones stands out. The use of wood in its natural state or lacquered in these same colours is also common.

On this base, neutral textiles are also applied with simple or geometric prints on cotton and wool fabrics.


The boho style is one of those that stand out in the last period, is in trend and has touches of the Nordic although this is characterized by more prominent use of bright colours and intense colours. The use of natural materials such as wood is also a must of this type of interior design that can lead to other more tropical or ethnic styles according to the deco details that we include.


On the other hand, we can prefer a more eclectic style in which different decorative styles are combined and the colour becomes the main protagonist. This type of decoration is more intense and striking with lots of colour and mix of different types of elements and materials.



The most classic cannot resist creating a children's bedroom in a vintage or retro style. Recycled furniture, recovered or restored, a proposal of more daring colours and with pickled or worn finishes, wool blankets or handmade patchwork ... Who could resist? ?

The House of the week takes us today to a great dream house in Huétor Vega (Granada), located in an idyllic natural setting nestled between the valley of the Monachil river and the plain of Granada's depression, on the "border between snow and la vega ", as has been popularly coined.

The municipality of Huétor Vega keeps inside the streets and public spaces the typology of the mountain villages. In the tour of the town, you can see the typical houses with a white facade and roof tiles.

...continue reading "Light, nature and design in a dream house in Huétor Vega (Granada)"

There is already an alternative to nursing homes in the United States and Europe, what is cohousing? Each time there are more types of communities and ways to share housing both to save and to improve coexistence and quality of life.

Slowly but steadily, the housing or cohousing cooperatives are making inroads in Spain, positioning themselves as an alternative to purchasing or renting homes at an individual level. In this post, we detail what the cohousing or cohousing consists of and how it works in Spain.

...continue reading "Cohousing: What it is and how it works in Spain"