¿cuándo echan toc toc en telemadrid?

¿cuándo echan toc toc en telemadrid?

¿cuándo echan toc toc en telemadrid?

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Despite having so much space, the house has only three bedrooms. Maryan, the owner, lives with her husband and son in a house whose entrance gives direct access to the kitchen. The kitchen island is made of a natural stone called aquabela, which comes from Brazil and is very delicate, since in case of breakage the whole piece has to be replaced. The stove is gas and in it you can see the rising pipes that give a natural feel. The same effect is achieved by the brick column and the concrete ceiling and floor. The concrete blocks were made in okume wood molds, which avoids imperfections and are heated with underfloor heating.

And finally, we visit with Esther Alcázar the house of the presenter and actress Rocío Madrid, an apartment with a terrace in which Rocío has sought above all comfort and practicality. She explains to Esther that she does not like overloaded houses and that she considers important that «less is more» in all aspects of life. It is a house decorated in light tones with a well-equipped kitchen and several photographs of her family, whom Rocío misses very much in the seasons she spends away from her native Málaga.

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This house sounds like a cuplé from all four sides, a light and ironic musical style that became popular in Madrid at the end of the 19th century. First we enter their bright living room with an eclectic dining room. The table was a gift from his wedding, in ’71. It also has a counter for a quick dinner and some battle sofas, but comfortable.

From the hand of our reporter Esther Alcázar we are going to visit an elegant apartment of 130 square meters in Chamartín. A house renovated and optimized in every detail, with unique decorative objects, different environments, a huge multi-tasking kitchen and personalized and surprising interior design details: such as a painting in which the entire text of the play ‘Hamlet’, by Shakespeare, is represented without barely noticing the writing or an elegant column that hides a pipe inside. Before buying the house they saw many more.

In his entrance, he shows us the ‘Captain Thunder’ comics and explains that it was with them that his love of adventure was born, thanks to his mother who always encouraged this virtue. The best part is the view from his terrace over the Casa de Campo, more than 1700 hectares of urban park.

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Eduardo was looking for a place to live and work without too many distractions, but in the end he bought a space and molded it to his needs. The house has a creative madness that fits the host’s lifestyle. Before being renovated this space was a leather drying room and wood shop. The first room is divided into three rooms, all of which get plenty of natural light. The kitchen is a hybrid space for cooking and working with works that require water. The dining room is presided over by a glass table, and in general the furniture is articulated with all kinds of elements that he has been creating.

In the porch they tried to transfer the living room to the terrace with enclosure to be able to use it also in winter and thus continue using the barbecue, even if it is cold. Finally we come to their private gym. While it is true that the initial investment is high, for those who train daily it is cheaper than paying a monthly fee.

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Despite having so much space, the house has only three bedrooms. Maryan, the owner, lives with her husband and son in a house whose entrance gives direct access to the kitchen. The kitchen island is made of a natural stone called aquabela, which comes from Brazil and is very delicate, since in case of breakage the whole piece has to be replaced. The stove is gas and in it you can see the rising pipes that give a natural feel. The same effect is achieved by the brick column and the concrete ceiling and floor. The concrete blocks were made in okume wood molds, which avoids imperfections and are heated with underfloor heating.

And finally, we visit with Esther Alcázar the house of the presenter and actress Rocío Madrid, an apartment with a terrace in which Rocío has sought above all comfort and practicality. She explains to Esther that she does not like overloaded houses and that she considers important that «less is more» in all aspects of life. It is a house decorated in light tones with a well-equipped kitchen and several photographs of her family, whom Rocío misses very much in the seasons she spends away from her native Málaga.

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Josue Llorente

Soy Josue Llorente, tengo 25 años y soy licenciado en Periodismo por la Universidad Complutense de Madrid con experiencia en medios tradicionales y digitales. Me apasiona el periodismo en esta nueva era y su evolución en el medio digital.

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