A São Paulo Residence Infuses Color With Natural Elements

03.14.22 | By
A São Paulo Residence Infuses Color With Natural Elements

Studio Juliana Camargo recently completed the interior of the Fazenda da Grama House designed by Studio Fabricio Rodrigues + Thiago Natal. To design the interiors of the São Paulo home, Camargo looked to the owners with Brazilian and Chilean roots who desired a place to entertain family and friends, as well as relish the lush surroundings. Natural elements are used in the finishes and in the accents, offering a deeper connection to the outdoors.

The central part of the house is designated to the public living spaces with a double-height ceiling adding to the magic of the living room. The space is flanked by floor to ceiling sliding glass doors that disappear thereby expanding the room on both sides for the ultimate in indoor/outdoor living.

The white walls and wooden elements create a clean, modern backdrop while the colorful furnishings add more life to the room.

Brown is the prominent color throughout, but with orange and blue added in, the spaces pop for a more joyful atmosphere.

Photos by Maira Acayaba.

Caroline Williamson is Editor-in-Chief of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.