Interior design and Miami: 3 keys that redefine this relationship in 2019
The beauty of Miami properties and all of the South of Florida lies not only in its exterior, but also from the inside of every structure and here are some of the most important changes.
Leaving behind the Miami Beach Deco. Loved by many and criticized by several others, Art Deco under the Miami Beach style was the trademark of the city for decades, however the day of white over white have ended and thanks to the importance that art events like Art Basel have reached there are new airs that translate in very attractive colors and shapes.
Integration with the landscape. Even in large cities there is a fascination for the austerity of metal furnishings and very sober materials, while in Miami, inspired by the light and the sea, the warmest colors and textures that bring materials such as woods and stones create environments that the interiors harmonize wonderfully with the landscape around it.
Eclecticism with personality. The use of bamboo and rattan and patterns that remind of Havana, pay homage and remind us of the most recent roots of the city. No matter how many great architect studios disembark in the city, there is a renovated trend to appreciate the past.