Interior Design Trends in Miami
B. Pila Design Studio
The Beginnings of Miami Design
Miami interior design today has a strikingly
modern feel. But looking beyond the first
impr...
Miami's early history, from the time of Spanish rule to the early postcolonial period, is largely
responsible for the city...
The Evolution of Miami Design
Despite the modern accents
in contemporary interior
design in Miami, much of the
Miami style...
Homey and Modern Miami Design
In home design, this heritage
allows for more flexibility
when it comes to materials
and col...
Metropolitan Miami Design
In more metropolitan areas, windows are highly prominent; the Miami skyline
has become a worthy ...
Trends in
Lighting
Lighting has been undergoing a transitional phase. With fluorescent lights dying
out in favor of LEDs c...
Trends in Restaurant Design
Upscale restaurant
design, meanwhile,
continues to push
the boundaries of Art
Deco, bending th...
Trends in Restaurant Design
In this example of coved lighting, characteristically Art Deco half-circles emphasize
decidedl...
B Pila Design Studio: Miami Interior
Design Experts
It's an ever-changing world, and we're continually excited to
be a par...
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Miami is a unique place in the design world. It's thoroughly modern, but its rich cultural heritage makes Miami interior design a class unto its own. In this slideshow, we get into just what makes Miami interior design so singular, highlighting trends in commercial interior design and residential interior design.

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Modern Trends in Interior Design in Miami

  1. 1. Interior Design Trends in Miami B. Pila Design Studio
  2. 2. The Beginnings of Miami Design Miami interior design today has a strikingly modern feel. But looking beyond the first impression makes Miami's design heritage abundantly clear, and reveals what it is that makes Miami design so singular, so unique.
  3. 3. Miami's early history, from the time of Spanish rule to the early postcolonial period, is largely responsible for the city's prevalently European accents. Contrast the Spanish and Mediterranean influence of these early buildings with the Western European brick-and-mortar architectural style cities like New York derive their style from, and it becomes clear why Miami is such a unique entity. The Beginnings of Miami Design The Barnacle, Coconut Grove Villa Woodbine, Coconut Grove
  4. 4. The Evolution of Miami Design Despite the modern accents in contemporary interior design in Miami, much of the Miami style retains several characteristics from its original settlers. Exposed wood adds a touch of the organic, while conforming to the modern aesthetic with smooth, straight lines. Tropical plants offset the modernity, reminding us that we're in Miami, as do prominently featured windows.
  5. 5. Homey and Modern Miami Design In home design, this heritage allows for more flexibility when it comes to materials and color schemes. Curved wood blends with the geometric focus popularized by the Art Deco movement, making for a relaxed yet forward-thinking tone.
  6. 6. Metropolitan Miami Design In more metropolitan areas, windows are highly prominent; the Miami skyline has become a worthy competitor to more northern cities.
  7. 7. Trends in Lighting Lighting has been undergoing a transitional phase. With fluorescent lights dying out in favor of LEDs comes the rise of recessed lighting and ornately simple fixtures.
  8. 8. Trends in Restaurant Design Upscale restaurant design, meanwhile, continues to push the boundaries of Art Deco, bending the rules of strict geometric shapes while using lighting to preserve its bold primary color scheme.
  9. 9. Trends in Restaurant Design In this example of coved lighting, characteristically Art Deco half-circles emphasize decidedly non Art Deco textures.
  10. 10. B Pila Design Studio: Miami Interior Design Experts It's an ever-changing world, and we're continually excited to be a part of it. Visit www.BPilaDesign.com to see more of our work! Facebook | Twitter | Blog

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