Thaisa Bohrer, a Brazilian interior designer realised a beautiful apartment in Curitiba in Brazil. By skilfully handling furniture, lighting and colours she creates an interior that feels cosy and inviting.
In terms of the other lighting, Bohrer chose soft, warm light combined with some brighter accents in the form of hanging lamps.
The same wood is used on the ceiling as on some of the walls unifying the spaces. Elegant white marble covers the floor and kitchen counter, creating a neutral background for the other colours and pieces of furniture. A giant dining table designed by Brazilian designer Jacqueline Terpins stands in the middle of the room with twelve chairs adjoining. That means there is enough space to receive guests. Behind the rounded sofa is a wall unit where one can store design objects, books and art. One last beautiful element is the hanging TV cabinet customised for the television which appears to float in the room. Above the table is a lighting sculpture by Foscarini. This white glass lighting creates elegant, diffuse light. In terms of the other lighting, Bohrer chose soft, warm light combined with some brighter accents in the form of hanging lamps. The colour palette is neutral and warm. Warm because the flat is located in a colder climate in the northern Curitiba. The private rooms follow a similar colour palette with wooden and earthy colours and golden details. Photography by Favaro Jr.