It’s always a great compliment to have your work reviewed in globally renowned publications. Well known designers and architects, Beto Figuiredo and Luiz Eduardo Almeida of Ourico Arquitetura E Design, a Rio de Janeiro design firm, have had their work featured more than once in Casa Vogue, a Brazilian decorators’ favorite.
Not only do these designers have their own natural flair for bringing tropical chic to otherwise simple modern designs, they also have a loyal base of discerning customers who love to shop with them at their favorite New York shops and incorporate the old with the new to spice modern layouts and give them a distinct look.
Beto has shopped Olde Good Things for quite a few years and has purchased all the right finishing touches to make his apartment redos have this standalone style. Here you’ll see two of his and Luiz’ renovations, both incorporating Olde Good Things accents, photographs used courtesy of Casa Vogue and taken by photographer, Cristiano Mascaro.
A second renovation was also featured in Casa Vogue. Beto accented this apartment with 1930s industrial and school house lighting purchased from Olde Good Things. Also from us, some seating, incidental lighting, and altered antiques including a huge horizontally hung window mirror from the International Toy Center building which now features Eataly, one of the favorite Italian eateries in New York City.
Olde Good Things is a great source for designers the world over to find many types of incidental accents for any decorative renovation.
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