Elle Decor Shows The Interior Design Faena’s Miami Home – The hotelier Alan Faena is popular for its bold luxury projects. Whether he’s building over-the-top hotels or constructing an entire arts district in Miami Beach, the hotelier always dreams big.
In the latest magazine issue of Elle Decor, you can see the maximalist design of Faena’s Miami House. If you think about it, all of the flamboyant interior design matches perfectly the luxury lifestyle of the hotelier. Exited to see what this over the top house looks like? Just keep scrolling to find out more!
Alan Faena, an Argentine hotelier and real estate developer, is known or its extravagant yet luxurious designs, so the perfect house for him should transmit this sense of greatness. His 1910 Spanish-style Miami Beach home decor was designed by him and Diego Pereira Luchetta.
In the living room, you can see a 17th-century crystal collection on the imperial malachite table. The entire interior design screams luxury style and it also features Louis XV armchairs, a 12th-century Florentine mirror, and hand-painted German ceramic. All of the wall colors weres customized by Faena itself. In the dining room, there is an Art Deco table and chairs, covered in Clarence House velvet.
The house has a second living room. In here Faena kept the same color scheme as well as the same pattern bold print. The Baker sofa and artworks were created by Juan Stoppani and Julian Schnabel.
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The design for the master bedroom complements the interior design of the luxury master bathroom. In the bedroom, the bed and curtains, custom-made by Alan Faena, were inspired by the Spanish colonial theme and are combined with some Mexican pillows. As you enter in the master bathroom you’ll face the Philippe Starck chair, a Mexican ottoman, a Louis XV mirror, and a candelabra artwork by Peter Tunney.
Every last detail in the interior design of this luxury home was thought through. I the backyard area you’ll encounter an exquisite swimming pool next to unique Balinese dragon anchors.
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