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My favorite aesthetic design is rustic modern. Modern country design is committed to light and white to create an immaculate scenario that reminds us of Nordic houses. Finding the right color palette and combining it with the warmth of the wood and the natural light of the place will give us a comfortable, simple, and natural space.
My favorite design aesthetic is Scandinavian. I love clean lines in the main pieces to create open spaces and add contrast with more organic accessories and patterns. The color palette is usually in black, whites, and metallics, adding color only when necessary to accentuate certain looks.
As a designer, my favorite part is selecting the color scheme.
Choosing the furniture that best suits the spaces, the curtains, tables, and art, among many others. I can only imagine the smile of my clients.
I love modern and contemporary styles but also like experimenting with developing proposals adapted to the user's needs.
I believe that every project has its way of being solved, but creativity and simplicity with essential details allow us to develop a timeless and unique project.
My favorite design aesthetic is a mix of Scandinavian and modern design styles. I love how bold shapes or adding pops of color here and there can give personality to a neutral color palette room while keeping the clean and uncluttered feel.
I love too many styles and always like to learn more and put them into practice, but I feel comfortable with Farmhouse, Midcenturymodern, modern and minimalist, because of the meaning of less is more, without leaving aside the beauty in pure elements and the combination of colors that can be achieved in each of these styles, besides being able to put a personal touch, which is what we want to achieve in each project.
My favorite design aesthetic is the marriage between pattern and color. Color says so much about a person in a broad sense, but pattern speaks volumes of that individual's personality. You can feel who someone is by the colors they choose to put in their home, and the accents in pattern and textures give you a sense of warmth.
My favorite design aesthetics toggle between Midcentury Modern and Modern Traditional. Both of these styles allow for a mix of fun characteristics, colors, and patterns, while staying rooted in neutrals, woods, and a mix of metals. The focus must remain on warmth and comfort in any interior space. I feel that each of these aesthetics holds that idea to be true.