Sixth edition of Design House counts with incredible fashion design interiors inspired by the world’s most luxurious brands!
If you follow our blog for a while you know that the interior design and fashion industry often go hand in hand and inspire each other. Designing a space is pretty much like putting together an outfit, there’s no way you can miss accessories and bold patterns for an outstanding result.
Very often the trends that are presented in fashion runaways are later adopted in the creation of furniture designs and interior decorations. And it definitely makes sense.
This season Brazilian furniture brand Artefacto unveiled the sixth edition of the annual Design House, celebrating the brand’s 40th anniversary and “A Fashionable Life”.
Located in the Coral Gables Showroom, nine handpicked design firms, inspired by international fashion houses, designed curated spaces that reflected the style and personality of each fashion stylist. We call it fashion design interiors.
The result was simply incredible, taking example from Tom Ford and Stella McCartney that showcased their flashy aesthetic into elegantly designed scenarios.
Take a look below our 5 favorite looks.
Lanvin by Suzy Acosta
Suzy Acosta designed the space for Lanvin. The result was a black and dark grey living room, with luxurious and geometric decorative items. Just like Lanvin’s collection this interior design has a sleek, elegant look with the essence of the Parisian lifestyle.
Balenciaga by Jader Almeida
Jader Almeida opted for a minimal style with wood furnishings and hanging gold and glass ceiling lights. The space showcases the Spanish brand’s love for sharp lines and architectural shapes.
Dolce & Gabbana by Cary Fernandez
Cary Fernandez created a bedroom concept where brown and beige create the perfect setting for textured items. Curvy arrangements and leather pieces were selected to resemble D&G’s unique statement design.
Tom Ford by Cristina and Monica Souza
Sisters Cristina and Monica Souza designed this incredible scenario for Tom Ford, showcasing rich colors such as green and black and luxurious velvet furnishings. The result is definitely the epitome the fashion brand’s vision.
Emilio Pucci by Daniela Saliba
Daniela Saliba space is called “The Outdoor Comfort” and recreates the style of Emilio Pucci just fine. The designer opt out for a airy-green-pink color combination while sleek chaise lounge chairs line the space.
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