Located in São Paulo, Brazil, this beautiful pied a Terre occupies a surface of 90 square meters and has been recently redesigned. It now features an updated and stylish interior and it’s all thanks to the great work of Brazilian designer, Fábio Galeazzo. The reformed apartment not only got a fresh new interior décor but it’s now also a sustainable space. The redecoration project was based on using sustainable materials such as certified handling wood that was used for the floors as well as for some accent walls.
Every room is beautiful in its own way and they all come together to form a coherent décor.The kitchen, for example, features a whole new design. Some of the walls have been removed and others have been replaced by glass. The kitchen also has access to a beautiful balcony, perfect for enjoying breakfast of coffee. But the change of materials is not the only eye-catching feature.
The side wall of the kitchen features an interesting graffiti, the work of a young artist. It’s an unusual and original décor element. For the rest of the apartment, the décor features neutral color palettes complemented by vibrant accent colors such as turquoise, yellow or blue. They are also beautifully decorated with unusual and humorous artwork. For the furniture, the interior designer opted for a mix between modern and vintage pieces.