Family home in S Պo Paulo, Brazil.
Owners Carlos and Rosan Simoes have designed a Guta Louro Designs design studio to transform their traditional home in S Պo Paulo, Brazil.
The couple wanted to brighten their home with bold color pops while displaying their impressive collection of antique items.
The result of the project is a vibrant home inspired by the Brazilian lifestyle, interiors that combine colonial home architecture with eclectic art and traditional antique furniture.
Antique furniture is being broken with new additions. Two glass and metal coffee tables were designed by Guto Louro Studio and have two heights to display decorative objects and books.
19th century torches were painted in bold blue.
Other antique items have a background. The carved wooden sofa below was rebuilt into modern Ikat printing.
Steps have been taken to relocate the living quarters, replacing a new wooden floor that merges the two living areas into one running area.
The thin white wall metallic detailing offers modern, minimalist lighting.
The acrylic feet on the wooden side table are made by Brazilian designer Carola Everett.
The wood and glass coffee table was created by Guta Louro Studio, which rebuilt a classic and beautifully carved, broken wall panel, transforming it into two bases and adding a cup as a tablet.
The upholstery and cushion palette was inspired by works of art that were already part of the couple's collection.
Room Living Room is a mixture of old and new. The painted ceilings had come with the house, and the owners were already in possession of the antique furniture.
Design studio Guta Louro Designs replaced tired burgundy cushions with dark blue suede pieces and added matching towels.
To match the color scheme, the design studio also added Brokis balloon shaped wall lights.
Two bright and colorful works of art were added to the space, one by Tatiana Stroop and one by Eduardo Suede.
But the crown jewel is, of course, a torch inspired by Lindsay Adelman, found in a local Brazilian shop.
The walls of the reading room were painted with a bright tear color to contrast the traditional rug and bookcase.
Bookshops display a collection of books, portraits and sculptures.
On the wall is a collection of pocket watches that the couple has collected over time.
The bathroom is painted in the same shade as the adjacent reading room.
The antique clock on the traditional panel in the hall contrasts with the above-mentioned contemporary artwork.
The media room is a much quieter and muted palette than other residential areas.
Butter soft leather sofa and opaque palettes of creams, browns and yellows create a unique vibration.
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The Horror was created by homeowner Rosan Simo, a hobby sculptor and potter.
Design studio Guta Louro gave the infinite mattress area a simple refresh by choosing marble tables and brightly shaped pillows that complement the tiled floor.
Tables can be easily moved around to create a large open space for perfect fun.
Design by: Gutta Luro Designs:
Photography by Danilson Machado
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