Be inspired by Elisa and Eduardo's

Multifunctional Miami concept

When Elisa and Eduardo moved to Florida, they sold their apartment in Sao Paolo, Brazil including all their furniture. Apart from a couple of blue vases and one bookcase, they had to start all over with the interior for their new 2-bedroom apartment in downtown Miami. The result is a functional home where neutral and light colour tones, clever storage ideas, and shiny surfaces optimise their space and make the rooms feel bigger than they are.

It feels bigger

Clever and stylish, the Milano table is the perfect addition to the open space living room. In a few seconds, Elisa and Eduardo can make the table bigger with the built-in extensions and the white colour invites the beautiful Florida sunlight inside the apartment making it feel light and airy.

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The Miami life

Elisa and Eduardo love to spend their weekends riding their bikes or skate boarding along the beach promenade. "It's a great way to take in the vibrant Miami vibe and sunny weather. There's always something new and exciting going on and we're having a great time here," says Elisa.

Meet the interior designer

Bibi Nøddesbo

Taking completely white walls and turning them into a home can be quite the challenge. This is exactly what our talented Interior Designer Bibi did for Elisa and Eduardo. "A book case and a couple of vases. These were the only things Elisa and Eduardo had in their new apartment. So here I really had to get to know them, to see how I could help them," says Bibi. The result? A light and airy home with lots of clever furniture and storage ideas that make the rooms feel bigger than they are.

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A full sofa hunt

Having Bibi guide them through all of the sofa choices was a great advantage for the couple. "She made us sit in all of the sofas and talked to us, and listened to us," explains Elisa. In the end, they decided on a Mezzo sofa in a practical, light-toned fabric.

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