The window-dresser and interior designer Priscila and the commercial manager Vitor began their “infinite construction” in 2016 and, since then, the apartment has gradually been transformed. The personalities and preferences of both guided the decoration of the spaces, with a predilection for loose furniture, monochromatic compositions and a mix of styles with minimalist, industrial and contemporary inspirations. Find out a little more about this couple’s incredible home:
Residence type: apartment
Area: 67 m²
City: Curitiba, Paraná
Residents: in addition to being passionate about decoration, Priscila also loves coffee, flowers and photographable tables, while Vitor highlights his passion for movies, comics, games, history and animals. The couple also shares a home with two adorable puppies: Tereza, a playful, sleepy Shih-tzu, and Dolly, the newest member of the family, a very lively and fun little lady.
Differential: according to Priscila, “the concept of the apartment was built little by little, digging for pieces and looking for inspiration in magazines, the internet and travel.” She says that, shortly after the move, there was not enough time for renovation or enough money, and highlights: “in the beginning, the investment was only in the floors for the living room and bedrooms”. The layout was developed little by little and, according to her, this favored that decisions were taken with more maturity and calm. Over time, the house gained life, shape and even a social profile , in which the couple shares tips on decoration, design and a little bit of their daily lives.
Priscila and Vitor’s apartment: modern and stylish
For the composition of spaces, the couple prefers loose furniture, as they believe “it brings mobility and identity to the house, being easy to change”. For Priscila, the biggest challenge was having the patience to wait to see everything ready – which she believes is something that may never be, as the two love to put a new idea into practice!
Practicality and charm right at the entrance
A small object holder brings a lot of practicality in daily arrivals and departures. The furniture and decorative objects add charm and personality to the space. In the photo, Tereza, the little Shih-tzu, which Priscila says is already part of the decoration!
Plenty of comfort in the living room
Here, the highlights are the boiseries on the wall and a beautiful caramel leather sofa, which was an old desire of the residents. Gray prevails in the environment, and the mixture with earth tones increases the feeling of comfort and coziness in the space.
a cozy sofa
On the sofa, Dolly, the 13-year-old Maltese who, according to her owner, has the spirit of a puppy and loves to be on the sofa, enjoying all the comfort of the living room! The upholstery is even more attractive with pillows and blankets.
Priscila also makes the most of the sofa and says: “one of the moments I enjoy the most is sitting in the living room and having that coffee listening to good music”.
Minimalism and design in the dining room
Priscila says that the table has been with the couple for years and is accompanied, with a modern touch, by the Alpha chairs by Ipsilon Design. For the walls, the couple chose burnt cement – which they applied themselves – and, to ensure more spaciousness for the space, the texture is also repeated on the porcelain floor and baseboards.
In the kitchen, everything is on display
In the kitchen, Priscila and Vitor say they made small adaptations, such as the cupboard under the sink, and used old shelves and a bookcase they already had. The board collection is the couple’s favorite and there are plans for a total renovation, but they had to postpone due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
A coffee break
Coffee is one of the house’s hobbies, and Priscila says it never lacks. In addition, she loves getting to know specialty coffees and sharing records of her passion with her followers.
Plants, freshness and tiles on the balcony
The porch is one of the two residents’ favorite environments. The floor gains a special charm with tiles from Ladrilar, and the vintage look with an air of home is guaranteed by furniture from Desmobília and plants in ceramic pots.
a bedroom dream
The double bedroom has a monochromatic look, with shades of gray, and bets on European decor references, such as boiseries. The couple fell in love with the frames on the walls and, for them, they are a highlight of the decor, along with the burnt cement, and they claim that it was a very assertive choice in the environment.
Breakfast in bed
Priscila and Vitor love to share their routine in photos, and of course the couple’s bedroom is a romantic and charming setting, even more so with a nice breakfast in bed.
black and white bathroom
The classic black and white combination is beautiful in the bathroom, with the light color predominating in the furniture and space, while the dark tone is reserved for the tiles, metals and details.
Botanically inspired work corner
The second bedroom has been transformed into a home office. In this space, Priscila sought inspiration in nature, and various accessories and plants guarantee a botanical footprint in the decoration. To complete the atmosphere, vintage furniture that was mined in antique furniture stores.
a home full of love
In addition to style, this little apartment is also full of love. Vitor takes advantage of the space to play with the pets, and it doesn’t go unnoticed that he is the great passion of pets.
Priscila and Vitor’s home is constantly changing, and the decoration of the spaces adapts and reflects the couple’s moments, needs and personality. And if you also love changing the face of the decor in your home, see textured wall ideas .