Let’s Get Personal in Barcelona with Núria del Moral


DesignHome Las Coleccionistas unRaveled :: answers by Núria del Moral


S:: Spanish is… pain, I spain, eye's vain, ice vein.


P:: projects I like to work on are… photography projects about my nearest and most common, about stretching the margins of the scene set.


A:: art in my home is from… mostly by us, my boyfriend, Irkus or friends. It's a never ending process. We like unfinished things that are taking shape over time.


N:: new in my home is… two wicker chairs for the terrace that I got from my parents home to pass wonderfully hot summer days.


I:: indulgence, my secret indulgence is… cooling my feet in the icy water of the river.


S:: style means… to choose.


H:: home is… taking a deep breath.

H:: hobby, I always make time for… listening to the radio while cooking or before going to sleep so dreams are often confused with the news of the day.


O:: outfit, my favorite thing to wear is… high waisted trousers with vintage blouses and my worn-out brogues.


M:: magazines I love to read are… aperture, lens culture, ojo de pez , exit, mediastorm, cahiers du cinema, museum paper, analogue books blog, duduá blog, ptqk blogzine, and many more.

enjoy, I can't live without… loved ones, nice projects and memories.


…………………..Thank You Núria………………….

I'm very happy we are visiting Barcelona today, I have been wandering these streets so often in my life and I always wondered what the inside of one of those apartments looked like…what kind of decoration will you find in the home of a artistic Spanish lady. I grew up spending all our vacations in Girona, LLagostera just North of Barcelona and when seeing the apartment above I only wish I could go back and show my sons Barcelona next year!


…but enough about me, let's talk about the lady who lives here…Núria del Moral, who is one of the founders of Las Coleccionistas Studio that was set up in 2007. I have shown some of their gorgeous photography work before here on Bloesem and am really excited to see they have expanded their collection with the beautiful pendants and this great new notebook set: I am the place where I am.


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  1. Karin

    nice home with lovely and funny details. didn`’t know her before. thanks for linking 🙂

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