Museum-Inspired Minutes in a Beachfront High-Rise

When approaching how to complete this brand-new condominium in Sunny Isles Beach, Florida, DKOR Interiors wanted to museums for assistance. The property owners, a couple initially from Colombia, enjoy to gather art, and their paintings, sculptures and crystal pieces influenced the style. The system was raw other than for the bathroom and kitchen, which currently had actually high-end surfaces offered by the designer. In addition to supplying the home furnishings, floor covering, wallcoverings and paint, DKOR developed the lighting plan and architectural components, consisting of millwork, built-ins and even brand-new walls.

” After talking with our customers, our style principle was ‘treasures of life,'” interior designer Marianna Cerullo Di Bella states. “We were influenced by museums like the Louvre and how they put art. They might develop an unique specific niche, a crystal box or a recently plastered wall atop old concrete obstructs or a stone wall to display art. We produced comparable little minutes throughout this home.”

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