It’s a sweet 1930s-era 2 bedroom, with original parquet wood floors and charmingly articulated archways between rooms. Just blocks from the beach, it’s the perfect getaway from city life, and a dreamy mobile office for our consulting company, KIZMET, and the curatorial work we do for Faena Bazaar.
What I love most about Miami Beach is the art deco architecture and the pastel colors that dominate the city. In decorating our space, we embraced these references completely, filling our home with art, inspiration, and loads of unabashed saturation.
AT TOP| the large-scale painting is by Raphael Mazzucco, the hand chair is Pedro Friedeberg and the coffee table is 1970s goatskin
ABOVE| our coffee table tableaux, piled high with books (including many from Edition Patrick Frey, our favorite art book publisher), a carved wood scarab from our trip to Cambodia, and a gold hand sculpture by artist Pedro Friedeberg
BELOW| of all the places I have lived and traveled in my life so far, Miami is the best for vintage furniture finds! ABOVE| we found the painting in our dining room in a junk store in the mountains of Tepoztlán, Mexico; it’s 200 years old and taller than I am!
BELOW| the painting over our bed is by John Kacere ~ a new favorite addition to our ever-growing art collection ABOVE| I was decidedly not a fan of the bathroom tile when we first moved in ~ but after loading the walls in technicolor artwork, I absolutely love it
BELOW| open shelving in the kitchen makes an ideal display for our hodgepodge amalgamation of blue and white pottery
Our Miami Beach chapter has been a happy one. We are moving out of this space at the end of the month but I have loved every minute of living here!
PHOTOGRAPHY| by Vanessa Rogers