Sunday, November 13, 2011


When Madrid-based interior designer Luis Bustamante was asked to design this weekend and holiday home for a client, he had a valuable art collection to consider. The pieces were interchanged between the family's three homes, so in order to accommodate the collection, the paint, fabric, and furniture in this Miami condominium had to be neutral and simple without sacrificing beauty. ENJOY!

See you soon,

Veranda November-December 2011

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k. Madison Moore Contemporary Fine Artist said...

Thanks for such a great place to visit! So much fun!

eclecticrevisited said...

stunningly the light interior and soft colors...the view looks the rustic elements paired with the refined..

Beadboard UpCountry said...

Hi Theresa!
You are right designing around art is tricky, but also so are these windows!!!!! I like what he did in the dining room with the French chairs and the large textured mirror...... Beautiful! And the morrior mixes with the curve in that black and white piece in the room....Maryanne xo

Dovecote Decor said...

Hi Teresa: I'm not much of a modern girl, but this apartment is yet another exception. Its hip and comfortable, which was the hot look at HP this market. I think its wonderful this family moves their art around. That is true passion!

The enchanted home said... the neutrality of the interiors to let the art "shine"....such a dramatic space with all those windows!

classic • casual • home said...

Wow. Enough wall space for all that art AND wall to wall windows!

Mona Thompson Providence Ltd. said...

Love the mix of French and modern and all the art. Stunning. How in the world do you keep coming up with all of these fabulous designers? Have a great week. Mona

Julie@beingRUBY said...

Hi Teresa
I love that sofa in the first shot!~ Quite similar to one i've seen here in an aussie magazine.. but.. much nicer arms.. love the slight curve to them

Have a great week.. ciao xxx Julie

Debby said...

Can you imagine having that view?! Breathtaking! Happy Monday Teresa! xo

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