Narrow & Eclectic Madrid Home

The New York Times 7.16.08

The Madrid home of Rosalind Williams and Tino Calabuig is only 11.5' wide! (which is evident from the tight angles of all the photographs). The couple bought the four-story building in 2001 and renovated it, making the top two floors their own home. The New York Times gives us a peek at their space filled with an eclectic collection of modern art, Tunisian tapestries, African wood carvings and religious icons...

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Outside of the couple's vast art collection, the apartment is furnished from street finds, thrift stores and antiques. They definitely enjoy the "mix and mingle" of various periods and styles. Read the article about their real estate adventures in Madrid: In Spain, a Bright and Narrow Space and its slideshow.

Images: Matias Costa for The New York Times