About the project
It is a place where rest and comfort will be with you during your stay.
VP Interiorismo is in charge of the interior design by placing special pieces, works of art, objects, and furniture combining colonial architecture and modern design. Every aspect you see, will surprise you.
Each area of Ciruelo's house plays an important role in joining concept and design, allowing the combination of interior design spaces through different colors and textures. There is little furniture on the main entrance which greatly improves the main role of having decorative art.
The social area has a series of spaces next to the terrace which was created using stone; there is a granite base and a hard wood countertop. There is also a warehouse made of the same materials. We can also find a pool table and game table for adults. This area also contains a television, leather sofas, as well as wood and thick iron furniture.
The dining room made up of leather furniture and an eccentric spider lamp, make this a full-of-texture area. There are wood panel covered walls, mirrors, potted plants, and discrete colors creating an elegant and modern atmosphere allowing this space to be visually balanced.
The 7 bedrooms were designed using national and international furniture. Each of them was specially designed to satisfy the users' needs. The main bedrooms have a desk and a rest area with couches.
Children's room have colorful and cheerful tones; they were designed to have fixed furniture adapted to the space and their needs. All the bedrooms have a view either to the lake, the landscape, or the garden.
Ambience lightning is extremely important; therefore, there are tiny indirect light coves and lightning accessories depending of the space. Some specific areas are highlighted with chandeliers.
The same materials used were grey marble, black granite, parota and walnut wood, Italian porcelain tiles, and grey quarry stone.
Neutral colors are predominant; however, some strong colors add character to improve even the tiniest details, managing to have a space that invites guests to rest and enjoy the harmony.
|Project Scope||Interior Design/ Furniture/ Decoration||Remodeling||Rodolfo Ojeda||Photography||Jorge Silva||Year||2017|