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Carl D'Aquino and Francine Monaco, of D'Aquino Monaco Inc, get their smaller projects become real decoration´s jewels.
In the present days, in which singles , couples and single-child families are becoming more prominent role, housing with one or two bedrooms obtain a very important prominence in interior design.
Space is a luxury, but we must not give up to renounce to have a wonderful refuge, comfortable and sophisticated if we do not have dreamed meters.
One of the challenges to both designers is looking for great solutions for small apartments, as for example through the use of colors, ”better if one color palette is used for all rooms," i> the strategy of the light ”heightens the brightness of the space with natural light,” i> the choice of a great art collection that give character to the house, and a charming and little furnitures: ”smaller space allows you to limit yourself to just a few great pieces that can really shine on their own."
The effect of continuity is essential, especially in this type of residences, making rooms communicate with each other. “We like to create seamless continuous surfaces to create a sense of continuity,” say boht designers. Also ”It is important for each space to serve multiple functions, and for all spaces to allow for entertaining. All spaces are intended to be used jointly when entertaining guest”.
”Storage becomes very important when designing for a family with children. We try to find clever solutions to keep items out of sight”.
In short, small apartments or studios can achieve an extraordinary beauty home: elegant, very plainly, always warm and homey. Using a successful decoration and planning the space, the result is excellent. An exciting challenge for lovers of interior design.
Text by G. Costa