Designer company Solis Betancourt & Sherrill renovated the pre-war home to create a colorful pied-à-terre that can highlight the client’s Latin American art collection.
Washington-based designers Paul Sherrill and Jose Solis Betancourt have really turned into this colorful, colorful, colorful Latin American apartment. It is important to create an interior that reflects the elegant lifestyle and eclectic collection of client’s art, but it can also be a comfortable place where clients can spend time with their grandchildren. This is the fourth residence Solist Betancourt & Sherrill designed for clients, they decided that pre-war apartments have great bones, but require dramatic updates. The native of Puerto Rico, his client is accustomed to the bright colors of the Caribbean and wants to combine that spirit in his new apartment. The dining room paintings by Puerto Rican artist Rafael Ferrer are important to families, so designers use bright colors as inspiration for the home.
Designer company Solis Betancourt
Playing in originality and experimentation of style files, and highlighting color interactions, we see walls painted in intense blue; then covered with gold plated wall coverings, and a texture-like mesh pattern that allows visible wall color. Bright colors and contemporary art – by Puerto Rican artist Olga Albizu; the sculptured canvas of the 1970s by Cuban-born artist Zilia Sanchez and on the sofa is Linling Lu’s circular work; and paintings by Puerto Rican artist Wilfredo Chiesa … filling the interior with a narrative that seeps into the atmosphere. The living room melds vibrant colors and contemporary art while maintaining the elegance of a traditional salon. Striped chair seats, benches beneath the console table; an ottoman coffee table, and a brilliant Gournay silk damask for the dining room wall with a contrasting silk curtain resuming a bright color scheme while he provides privacy. Four club chairs (in casters for easy maneuvering) surround a minimal ‘ghost’ table that brings modern elements into the room. The private area does not have a quiet color palette. Sleek panel hide storage. Little ornaments that stand apart, however, blend comfortably with decorative canvas, ornaments on cushions, cushions, table blankets and free-flowing curtains, intentional deliberate deliberate performances (flowers on vases, fruit on a table next to a fruit bowl) , and its kind. There is a touch of excessive fabric – texture, pattern, and style of curtains. Designer company Solis Betancourt