Without changing this modern home‘s classic 50s vibes, a couple of journalists transformed a classic São Paulo floor into a temple dedicated to graphic prints without the fear of overusing color. Allex Colontonio and André Rodrigues had always liked to walk near this building in the neighborhood of Vila Madalena in São Paulo.
In total, the modern home they moved to around a decade ago has 200 square meters, three bedrooms (one of them his studio), three bathrooms, living room, and kitchen.
A modern home filled with the greatest and most colorful interior design ideas! In the modern living room, Otto sofa by Guilherme Torres for Nos Furniture, Wooden Dolls collection by Alexander Girard for Vitra and Priscilla Bruno flowers. On the wall, lined with cloth inspired by the Nordic runes, photographs by Raquel Espírito Santo (left) and Juliana Sicoli.
Again inside the modern home‘s living room, table lamp Guarda-Chuva and ceiling passarinho, both by Ana Neute, with wooden monkey by Kay Bojesen Denmark. Jonathan Adler ceramics and electric blue carpet by Punto e Filo. Are you enjoying these furniture ideas so far?
In the modern dining area, Wishbone chairs by Hans J. Wegner, DSW table of the Eames for Vitra and lamps of the Beat series by Tom Dixon. On the wall, works by Hercules Barsotti.
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In the kitchen, they customized the modern furniture with Fornasetti illustrations, painted the original red tiles, covered the ceiling with a Gina Elimele print and restored the 60’s floor tiles.
Main bathroom with bathtub and original tiles, ceramic and resin corals, Marilyn Bubblegum photography by Michael Moebius and lamp with a very contemporary design by the artist Sergio Mattos. Great elements make this modern home so especially colorful!
Chess coffee table by Moooi with Mickey Mouse made of wood. On the wall, lithographs by Victor Vasarely and Julio Plaza plexiglass box with the bird of the Eames for Vitra customized.
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