This house is located in a residential area in Mexico City in a zone with a lot of vegetation and tradition.
The guiding principle for the design was to combine several styles; therefore, several types of furniture and different colors and materials were combined.
The proposal for the vestibule was to paint the main wall which divides this area from the dining-room in yellow. A classic-style chest of drawers with a wax finishing was placed in the vestibule.
A painting was especially made for the main Wall in the dining room. Juan Ibarra, the artist, requested the measurements and the tones we required for such space. The table was made to order, as were the chairs. The chairs have a combination of two materials, a striped one for the back and a solid one for the front. The legs of the chairs are made of solid wood and are tinted in gray, as is the table.
Color was the guiding principle in the living room for the selection of textiles and prints. We painted one wall gray and the other one orange. We combined textures with the carpet, the armchairs and the coffee tables.
The terrace is an open space with very cold furniture. That is why we placed decorating pillows in contrasting colors in order to infuse it with life.