Puerto Vallarta Interior Designers

Interior Designer Photo Shoot of Molino de Agua Condo in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

We recently just completed an interior design project in Puerto Vallarta at Molino de Agua. Molino de Agua is one of the newest and most luxurious condo properties available in Puerto Vallarta at the moment and it is convenient and close to everything in Old Town. If you are visiting for the first time, I would highly recommend this property since many of the owners there rent them out. It has great security, a private pool and is only steps to the beach, restaurants and shops. Designing a condo or home in Puerto Vallarta can be a challenge since there are not many places to go for furniture and fabrics like there are in the United States and Canada. There are a few interior designers in Puerto Vallarta but not many. Our first job there several years ago required many months of research and a lot of time in both Puerto Vallarta and Guadalajara finding sources to select furnishings for our clients. After finding woodworkers, upholsterers, contractors and visiting the Guadalajara Furniture Show we were then able to offer our clients more options than they would have had otherwise in Puerto Vallarta alone. Many of our clients purchase homes or condos in Puerto Vallarta and don’t have the knowledge or know how to complete a newly purchased property. This is where our experience comes in and we can save you a lot of time, money and headaches if you haven’t owned in Puerto Vallarta before.

Puerto Vallarta Interior Designer

A linen upholstered bed sits in front of a Venetian plastered focal wall. Frosted glass doors are the entrance to closets lit from behind.

The Interior Design Style for the Project

For this interior design project we used a lot of blue and kept the furnishings modern and streamlined yet comfortable and casual. We used slipcovers on the terrace chairs for easy cleaning and used fabrics and decor that included sea life, coral and seashells. We also combined old and new pieces such as the stone and coconut palm pots. An antique door was used as the table top for a pair of stone ram bases and a collection of Mexican figurines were used on the ET center and floating shelves above the TV. Walls were given texture with the use of Venetian plasters and stone veneers. We added strip lighting in the ceiling to add a nice glow and light at night. Take a look at the finished interior design project and let us know what you think.

Looking for an Interior Designer in Puerto Vallarta?

If so, we are interior designers in Puerto Vallarta don’t hesitate to contact us to discuss your interior design project. Christopher James Interiors has completed several properties in Puerto Vallarta over the last few years and we are able to design your place in a variety of different interior design styles from traditional Mexican to coastal modern.

 

 

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