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Brazilian architect Leandro Garcia designed this one hundred thirty-sq.-meter (~1400 sq. ft) house for a younger couple in Curitiba, Brazil. Per the shopper’s needs, stark white was chosen to grace the flooring of the social areas setting the tone for the principally white partitions, ceilings, and window coverings. Other white parts have been introduced in, just like the eating desk, buffet, and leisure middle, creating continuity for the tastefully trendy house.
Breaking up the principally white canvas is the pure wooden veneer on the bumped out part that features a storage unit.
Other pure parts have been introduced in with the furnishings that assist heat the area up. A fluffy rug provides texture to the graceful white flooring.
Soft colours have been introduced into the primary dwelling area on the pale yellow eating chairs.
I love the daring orange that’s revealed when the doorways to the constructed-in storage unit are opened.
In the kitchen, they used granite on the flooring, chrome steel on the counter tops, and teak for the highest of the desk. A magnetized inexperienced chalkboard paint was used above the backsplash. Casual pink chairs are included for seating within the kitchen.
Cumaru hardwood flooring have been put in in the main bedroom setting the tone for a relaxed and informal area.
Photos by Wmelão / Wellington Diogo.