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Jose solis betancourt interior design
This article originally appeared in the April issue of Architectural Digest. The benches are covered in woven raffia, trimmed at the bottom with tape that is ornamented with nailheads; forged-iron handles are on either end so they can be moved easily. As part of the task of resolving the smoking fireplace, its wall was pulled forward, which in turn created additional space for books and for a sound system. They wanted an inviting breakfast room. On the second floor, the atmosphere lightens further still. But even when—as here—all these pieces are put into place, occasionally it's another, more mysterious element that makes the finished whole seem more resonant than its individual parts.