Daniella Villamil Interiors

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    1. Image of Trompe l'Oeil Free-Standing Pair of Paperwhites For Sale
    2. Image of Postmodern French Modular Sofa Mah Boy attributed to Hans Hopfer for Rober Boois, 2000s For Sale
    3. Image of Table Lamps by Boch Frères Keramis, Set of 2 For Sale
    4. Image of 19th Century Victorian Brass Lobster Shaped Inkstand, 1890s For Sale
    5. Image of Les Touches Tufted Down Filled Chaise For Sale
    6. Image of Library Chest of Drawers by Axel Einar Hjorth, 1930s For Sale


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    Daniella Villamil has been passionate about art and interiors since she was a little girl, growing up in a family of artists and designers only reinforced her love for fabrics, objects and art. She pursued a career in Interior Design at the Art Institute of Las Vegas graduating with honors in the summer of 2008, after acquiring her degree, she started working for local interior designers and architects.

    In the fall of 2013 she opened her studio which quickly started to grow due to her commitment to exceptional design and service, the close collaboration with her clients translates into spaces defined by beauty comfort and style. She approaches every interior as a blank canvas that has endless possibilities, but it is only the space and its inhabitants who dictate the colors, feel and shape the end result will have.

    Daniella combines her love for design and art with an insatiable curiosity of cultures around the world, her many travels have opened the opportunity of collaborating with talented artisans in creating objects that represent their origins and traditions, all while promoting fair trade and job creation within those communities. These collaborations are committed in helping achieve sustainable social change around the world by empowering communities, improving living conditions and closing the gap between maker and buyer.