View the Latest Trends at Artefacto's 2013 Design House in Miami

Curated by owner Paulo Bacchi and manager Willman Ramos, Artefacto is showcasing the latest trends of top interior designers in its 20,000-square-foot showroom in Miami.
By: Kara Franker

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Gisela Martin

A staple in most homes, the classic wing chair, seen in all sorts of leathers, colors and other materials, is typically used as a side chair but is now appearing at the head of the table. Designer Gisela Martin gave this must-have piece a new purpose in a modern and elegant dining room.

Susy Acosta

Bold hues are hot in everything from fashion to furnishings. Designer Suzy Acosta uses a classic color palette of black and white and incorporates red accessories, such as a coffee table tray, for an unexpected pop of color.

Karla Pohlmann

High-design, spa-inspired furniture is a must for design modernists. Designer Karla Pohlmann used nature as her canvas to create a peaceful outdoor retreat complete with a neutral color palette, natural green accents and asymmetrical furniture.

Daniela Saliba

With an international obsession of premium lattes and Nespresso machines, the "in-house café" is the latest trend in creative home spaces. Here is an example by designer Daniela Saliba, who created a café as an extension of a living room in a corner space.

Valeria Lopes

Using pops of color on the lampshades and in throw pillows, designer Valeria Lopes creates an elegant and cozy bedroom atmosphere by blending warm colors with natural textures.

Marisol Pinto

Inspired by Miami’s sunrise, designer Marisol Pinto embraces the color purple by using throw pillows, linens, vases and table accents to bring an additional touch of chic sophistication to a crisp white and lavender living room.

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