Lucinda Loya Interiors is a company that specializes in uniting budget conscience pieces with high-end art. This is a good example of a company which is always on the cutting edge of interior design, which is why today FOOGO blog will be showing you a couple of top interior design projects with some lovely bespoke fireplaces.
Lucinda Loya Interiors is good at using their expertise in unique interiors, custom furnishings and innovative lighting, to their advantage. They are a company which works to bring the clients’ vision to life while at the same time curating a poetic symphony between authenticity and personalized style.
Some of the most relevant features regarding Lucinda’s design style is her playful sense of humour, which adds character and personality to the whole decor and furniture display in her projects. It’s a take on interior decor which is very detail-oriented while at the same time compilating functionality and esthetic into several elements. With that in mind, we will be introducing you to some bespoke fireplaces we’ve managed to spot in some of their interior design projects.
Within this lovely living room, we can find a chic white fireplace mantle with a little touch of boho chic in the mix. The colour of the mantle perfectly balances out with the rest of the colours picked by Lucinda Loya Interiors in this context, passing a fresh tone from this room.
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Classic style definitely meets successfully with modern in this case. The huge stone fireplace is the centrepiece behind the rest of the furniture display in this project, not to mention it also being one of the most marking elements in the vintage feel of the room. The rest of the furniture choices seen in this room successfully manage to provide the touch of modern the division has.
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In this particular project, we can tell that Lucinda Loya Interiors opted for another different path, this time by conceding a more modern touch to the house as a whole. The furniture picks here are definitely cleaner and minimalistic, something we can also see from the two fireplaces in the images which. Once again linear mantles are a success is a type of space that is more modern (and suitable for space-saving) in that regard.