Whether you are here to stay or are just passing through, Madrid will enchant you with its combination of rich history, cosmopolitan flair, outstanding weather and sheer zest for life. Today we like to share with you the best luxury boutiques stores and some design concept stores of Barrio Salamanca, one of the fashionable places of Madrid.
Calle Serrano is the Rodeo Drive of Madrid. Shop Spanish designers such as Purificación García and Agatha Ruíz de la Prada, or international couture houses such as Carolina Herrera and Giorgio Armani. Lladró, the Spanish porcelain giant, also has a store on this street.Calle Serrano
Before Ikea and Habitat made it to Spain, there was Becara, an upscale pioneer in home design that’s still going strong 40+ years later. It’s a veritable emporium of furniture, textiles, lighting, accessories and antiques. c/Juan Bravo, 18 (Metro: Nuñez de Balboa)
Pepe Peñalver – Bold prints and velvet tapestries. c/Castello, 61 (Metro: Velázquez)
Iciar de la Concha – Furniture, lighting and thousands of textiles. c/Francisco Silvela, 57 (Metro: Diego de León)
Musgo – Part clothing, part home accessories, Musgo offers affordable, fashionable items, from chunky necklaces to sleek picture frames. c/Serrano, 18 (Metro: Serrano)
Biosca & Botey – Cutting-edge light fixtures. c/Alcalá, 111 (Metro: Príncipe de Vergara).
Gastón y Daniela – 100% Made-to-order sofas, ottomans and more that feature clean lines and delectable fabric combinations. c/Velázquez, 42 (Metro: Velázquez)
Casa y Jardín – A Madrid-based brand of furniture and accessories with architectural details inspired by Paco Muñoz. c/Padilla, 21 (Metro: Nuñez de Balboa)