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make it yours: lula aldunate

by Lauren


Lula Aldunate, who now lives in New York City, grew up in Buenos Aires, where she worked in many fields, from magazine styling to interior design. Lula decorated this amazing Buenos Aires studio with her sister and brother-in-law. The combination of antique furniture with found objects and worldly décor is quite beautiful. It’s easy to see that Lula is all about color: In the main area, the blend of rustic orange, mustard and teal create a stunning fall palette. The patchwork wall was made with paper — what a creative way to add color, pattern and texture to a room. The rest of the original Sneak Peek is equally inspiring (I need that foosball table!), so be sure to check it out here. — Lauren

Palette 1 (Living Room)
A. Putting Green (Valspar), PMS 368; B. Anthracite (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 440; C. High Noon Sun (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 7406; D. Orange Berry (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 167; E. Empress Teal (Behr), PMS 313

Roundup 1 (Living Room)
1. Christina Porcelain Table Lamp, $585; 2. Melon Ninnay Suzani, prices vary; 3. Chalkboard, $62; 4. Vintage Oushak Rug, $1195; 5. Ava Tufted Sleeper Sofa, $699; 6. Painted Folkloric Hutch, $2532


Palette 2 (Patchwork Wall)
A. Paradise Green (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 583; B. Fresh Nasturtium (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 144; C. Hint of Cherry (Valspar), PMS 1915; D. Berries Galore (Valspar), PMS 2583; E. Blue Burst (Valspar), PMS 2995

The second roundup continues after the jump . . .

Roundup 2 (Patchwork Wall)
1. Modern Coffee Table with Storage, $699; 2. Snow & Graham Prints, $3; 3. Polka Dot Printed Rug, $19; 4. Seascape Lighting Table Lamp, $258

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