Casa Josephine: A Style Couple’s Nation Home and B&B in Rioja, Spain

Iñigo Aragón and Pablo López Navarro might be Spain’s fastest-rising style stars. Together the set are Madrid-based Casa Josephine Studio, which they began in 2012 after finishing from university with degrees in between them in photography, art history, and haute couture. And they have actually been on a quickly rising track ever since.

Today Pablo and Iñigo are taking us on a trip of their nation home in the small town of Sorzano in northern Spain’s Rioja red wine area. “We purchased your house 13 years earlier, redesigned it entirely, and did a restoration, reconsidering, and re-organization of the design 2 years earlier,” Pablo composed to us through e-mail. It’s airy, joyful, and perfectly created, with color-blocked spaces and frescoes by designer and muralist Elvira Solana “Instead of concentrating on a choice of style pieces, we desired the design to produce a feel-good environment,” Pablo includes. “Colors, furnishings, and fabrics are picked following that concept.”

Most Importantly? To everybody’s luck, the couple runs your house as a bed and breakfast, with 5 visitor bed rooms offered for stays.

Join us for a take a look around.

Photography by Ricard Labougle thanks to Casa Josephine Studio, other than where kept in mind.

the entry to casa josephine. “it is a country house, and we wanted  12
Above: The entry to Casa Josephine. “It is a nation home, and we wished to be really considerate to the pre-existing architecture and to the context where your house is,” Pablo states.
stepping inside. “it was a family house built mainly in the 1920s 13
Above: Stepping within. “It was a household home developed generally in the 1920s,” states Pablo, “and we wished to keep the spirit of a subtle, non-pretentious, casual summer season home, where a mix of pieces from various durations, designs, and even qualities is possible.” Photo by Iñigo Aragon.
the house is about 300 square meters in total (or 3300 square feet), with built 14
Above: Your home has to do with 300 square meters in overall (or 3300 square feet), with integrated specific niches throughout, as here, in the dining-room. Photo by Iñigo Aragon.

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