Reinventing Interior Spaces With Bold Designs in Miami
A bastion for inspiration, Brazilian interior design company Artefacto has all of Miami talking about the bold and the beautiful.
Miami is famous for its high-end real estate and panoramic water views, but without a killer interior design, your living space could fall flat.
Artefacto recently debuted its third-annual contemporary exhibition, curated by owner Paulo Bacchi and manager Willman Ramos. In addition to its two South Florida sites in Coral Gables and Aventura, the design house has 25 showrooms in Brazil.
From unexpected pops of color to repurposing traditional pieces of furniture, this year is all about reinventing with bold design.
A journey through their expansive 20,000-square-foot showroom in Aventura reveals living spaces punctuated by infusions of plum and orange.
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Some of Artefacto's hot trends include:
The In-House Café – We've seen offices become more like metro man caves and closets become wardrobe lounges. With an international obsession of premium lattes and Nespresso machines, the "in-house café" is the latest addition to creative home spaces.
From Fashion to Furnishings – Heating up runways and now homes, the incorporation of deep, vibrant hues such as red and purple into a space is an easy way to keep the home up to date with the latest trends for fall and winter.
Classic Wing Chairs – A staple in most homes, the classic wing chair, seen in all sorts of leathers, colors and other materials, is typically used as a side chair but is now appearing at the head of the table.
For more ideas and inspiration, visit one of Artefacto's two South Florida locations:
- 17651 Biscayne Blvd., Aventura, FL, 33160
- 4440 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Suite 1600, Coral Gables, FL, 33146