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We wanted to say hi to our interior designer, Andreia, who recently joined the Vesta family. She brings with her a wealth of experience from various design houses and has worked on a number of projects for both developers and high-net-worth individuals across the industry.

We caught up with Andreia and chatted about her love of luxury and the everyday things that inspire her.

Tell us about your personal design style...

My design style is classic and traditional with soft colour tones and luxurious touches. So far throughout my career, I've had the opportunity to design interiors from urban and art deco styles through to more modern and minimalist designs, however, I still prefer designing high-end contemporary homes.

What's your favourite thing about being an interior designer?

I love being given a blank canvas and creating an inspiring and custom-made design and bringing it to completion. It's like having the opportunity for a new dream home with every project you work on. Every new project feels like the start of a new job; you have the chance to meet new people, learn new things, and have different challenges every time that help build on your existing experience.

Where does your design inspiration come from?

Most of it comes from day-to-day life, social media, and my travels, but sometimes it's in the most unexpected places. I got the opportunity to go to The Nutcracker Ballet at the Royal Opera Hall last year and noticed the bar stools in the bar area had a familiar design I liked. I love finding inspiration unexpectedly.

Are there any recent trends that have inspired you?

Lately, I've been drawn to the Japandi style with a country twist. I love the simplicity of the designs and how the aesthetic blends modern organic shapes with natural textures and materials. The additional country influence adds the perfect rustic blend of ornate details and raw unpolished textures.

Image 1 ©️ Kendra Found It | Image 2 ©️ Wood Tailors Club | Image 3 ©️ Pinterest

Do you have a favourite Vesta project?

I have two! Firstly, the Casson Square showhome for its innovative and unique look. I like the detail and shapes of the fitted furniture, as well as the choice of fabrics and colour palette.

I also like Belvedere Row for its simplicity yet contemporary modern style and the architecture of the building. I love the tonal colour palette, as well as the detailed and high-end furniture.

For more inspiration and to see Andreia's upcoming projects follow us on @vestainteriordesign and @investalondon.

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