March 2, 2022
This apartment in Santiago de Chile is the latest project from interior designer Vicky Cha, with an uninterrupted, open-plan design that puts an end to partitions between rooms.
The designer opted for the warmest of PORCELANOSA Group collections to enhance the light and organic décor, featuring a predominance of natural wood and ceramics, stone textures and velvety fabrics.
200 m2 of organic interior design
Forest Cognac ceramic wood has been used throughout the 200 m2 property, extending through the length of the hallway to the main living area, bolstering the sensation of infinite space.
The bright sheen of the floor tiles is further enhanced by the interior design scheme she applied throughout the main rooms. The living room is a highlight, with grey and blue sofas that create a balanced contrast with the bottle green walls and orange lighting reflecting on the black squares. The dining area is perfectly zoned, without the need for any physical separation. It's framed by the walnut wood-inspired Noa Tanzania Almond wall tiles (Porcelanosa), with a pattern that comes together to form a geometric relief, adding a sense of clarity to the space.
This restrained palette carries through to the bedroom, where the earthy and sand tones are punctuated by light linen and cotton textiles and built-in solid wood furnishings.
It creates a zen interior design scheme where the Old Beige wall tiles by Porcelanosa reign supreme. Featuring soft wavy lines and a sandy texture, the ceramic tiles in this collection enhance the natural light, as well as the pastel colours of the elements framing the centrally-placed bed.
The bathroom is located in the room itself. Featuring a Nordic aesthetic inspired by Carrara marble and cherry wood, the black minimalist elements include sustainable Urban taps by Noken, Krion®Lux Ebano Nature countertop, and a glass linear grate, all in black. The contrast between the muted white of the wall and black of the washbasins and toilet (Acro Compact by Noken) highlights the harmonious décor that prevails throughout the home.
Read the full article in Lifestyle magazine to learn more about the project.
See it in Projects Porcelanosa.
Interior design: Vicky Cha
Photo: Alejandro Valdés