Inside Pepe Leal’s Mediterranean Décor House Project In Madrid – Since 1996 it has established itself as one of the rising values of interior design and decoration, carrying out various design projects of great importance. Inspired by the latest fashion trends and inspirations, the renowned Spanish interior designer believes that bespoke interior design is like a unique artwork, except that art does not have to be functional and decoration does.
From the ceilings, passing through the walls and floor, until the decor itself, each and every detail came from Portugal in the creation of the Lusitano Corner, Pepe Leal’s most recent design project is a fascinating and memorable creation that gathers more than twenty of the most distinguished luxury furniture brands, such as Boca do Lobo and DelightFULL, in Madrid.
Pepe Leal‘s first exhibition at Casa Decor 98 made him earn the respect of critics and obtain a privileged place in the world of decoration where every year confirms his career setting trends. Since 1996 it has established itself as one of the rising values of interior design and decoration, carrying out various projects of great importance.
His signature design style is influenced by his Anglo-Saxon learning, whose tradition is very different from Latin. For Pepe Leal, the harmony of each design project is in the contrasts and in the amalgamation, the strong visual strokes (furniture colors and shape) are the accents.
Among his most recent design projects, there are a few that became quite popular in the social network world and design lovers community such as restaurants of different specialties such as Japanese food (Chic Sushi), organic, such as Huerta de Carabaña, or the impressive old Greenhouse in the Los Peñotes garden center in La Moraleja, and of course the Mediterranean Décor House Project in Madrid. In this one, the Spanish interior designer combined traditional Portuguese craftsmanship work with the most contemporary design and made the perfect symbiosis in this luxury residential projects.
Pepe Leal has a degree in Art History, a career that provided him with the theoretical basis for projection later in the world of decoration. He continues his training in England learning painting techniques. After completing different interior design courses at the Polytechnic School of London, he returns to Spain where she started to build a remarkable career in the interior design world. He is one of the most respected interior designers in the country and in the world!