Today we are going to show you the most beautiful retro chic apartment in São Paulo of the jewerly designer, Brenda Vidal. This family home was transformed by Ana Strumpf in collaboration with RSRG Architects and was completeted in 2015.
The main goal of this bohemian chic apartment was to have a more personal touch, where everything is so particular, unique and extraordinary and the best part, is that every single piece could easily be a stand-alone piece, but that pulled together with all the other statement pieces, looks even better, transforming this place into a vintage paradise.
The multitude of varying furniture styles, colors, textures, patterns and knick knacks is what makes this vintage home decor so unique, and what has really caught our eye.
The most obvious takeaways are all of the colors and patterns that have a presiding presence in each of the rooms. All the layers of colors and patterns seem to play against each other to form a harmonious symphony while each room also seems to share its own “color theme.”
Surrounding the jewelry designer’s overflowing work desk and shelving units – brimming with notepads, sketchpads, markers, books, fabrics and inspirations – one of the walls is sheathed in a sea-foam green, floral patterned vintage wallpaper and practically nothing is hanging on it.
All in all, this vintage home decor has really caught our eye, since it’s so pleasant to look at it. The mixture between all the colors, fabrics and patterns made this our dream house. What do you think?
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