Turquoise interior design from Ana Antunes

New design styles  and particularly interior design trends are based on things towards which we develop  a feeling of coldness.Glass walls steel beams and  poles, dark colored walls shape a more and more impersonal feeling.We are busy all the time, we work hard in small offices and more ofthen than you would  think our homes look exactly as an office.

Some people take some time to think about their place that call home and how that place representes them and matches their  sprit and personality.A famous Portuguese designer called Ana Antunes created this place having just that in her mind. It is an airy place, comfortable also thanks to the gorgeous pieces of furniture placed carefully around the room.

That levander couch for example is beautiful and the combination of levander and turquoise is stunning.The super cumfortable white couch also found as part of the décor is very well integrated in the feminine ambiance.A lot of decorative objects found in this arrangement are simple and delicate , taking details on a new level of style and smoothness.

The overall turquoise  tint and soft pastels and slightly bold patterns also express youth and an open mind when it comes to decorating your living area to match your taste and personality.Like it or not but regardless of gender we all have a soft side which loves a great place to cudle.

Published by in Interiors, on December 10th, 2011


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