Joe Fava tells it like it is about this TV home in the feature by The Spruce: “9 Things Designers Can’t Unsee in TV Homes”
My Domaine was inspired by the rich colors we used in our living room for a client. Read more about it on their website!
Rich color, rich patterns, and rich fabrics led to a French-esque living room, like this space by Fava Design Group. There are so many French nods to take note of: the wrap-around built-in bookcases, the medallions on the ceiling, the unexpected carpet, the wingback chair. This library space is the definition of the art of living.
Fava Design Group shows how to dine Al Fresco in this feature article by Evelyn Waugh on HomeLight
This sophisticated outdoor dining room by Joseph C. Fava, a South Florida Interior Designer and owner of award-winning Fava Design Group, is perfect for entertaining.
“Treat your outdoor space as an extension of the inside of your home,” Fava says. In this grand dining space, Fava styles a contemporary wire-brushed wood dining table in a Mediterranean-style villa setting.
Fava emphasizes selecting details that can withstand the elements — in his case, the bright Florida sun. “Solution-dyed fabrics that won’t fade over time and quality furniture that will last many years are key.”
Fava Design Group was featured in Furniture, Lighting & Decor magazine for his personal home. Visit this link to view.
Miami Magazine names Joe Fava a Modern Man:
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Fava Design Group was listed as a top Miami Interior Designer!
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Miami is a city that is strongly inspired by its environmental environment for the design of its buildings. Life on the coast has made them a tourist capital for those who wish to enjoy the beach. Being a revolution of the 80s, Miami nowadays continues to grow with the arrival of art deco and contemporary trends. If we want to be part of this context, we need to find a Miami interior designers who understands the history of the city.
As we previously mentioned, the city continues to undergo an accelerated development in terms of artistic trends, which has made it a meeting point for multiple decorators and designers. Its style is unique throughout the country, being the most desired by customers in general.
However, not all interior designers perfectly dominate what characterizes Miami. That is why today we offer you a list with some of the most popular and experienced Miami designers that you can hire for your remodeling projects.
“It takes a very strong individual to sit with themselves, calm their storms, and heal all of their issues without trying to bring someone else into that chaos.” – @Londrell
We are all on our own journey, and how we navigate that journey, especially during troubled times, is our own choice. Everyone has their own perspective on the pathway forward. There is no right or wrong way, just as long as we make it through to a calmer place. Over the past eight weeks of quarantine, many people have had to deal with loss, fear, regret and scarcity in a way that they never expected nor have had to before. We have lost loved ones, lost jobs, lost projects, lost businesses. We fear for our safety, our health, our families and our livelihoods. We regret not living in the moment before the world took a turn, not engaging with our family and friends because we knew we always could at another time, not appreciating the food that we took for granted because we knew the shelves at the supermarket would always be full, not enjoying the outdoors because we were never forced to stay inside. We have experienced scarcity of food, scarcity of touch, scarcity of companionship and scarcity of a lifestyle that we once though could never change. In retrospect, it all seemed so easy before. Now we are left in chaos.
During this time, there has been much introspection. We have all been forced to calm our storm, to find our healing. We may have chosen to do this as a group, as a family, as a couple or on our own. But however we have managed to get through this, the method is not as important as the result. We will persevere. We will overcome. We will find joy. We will sail in calm seas again. Until that time comes, support each other. Reach out to those who may be in need. Give what you have. Help a neighbor. Or just simply share a smile.Everyone is carrying a burden right now, some more than others. How they choose to carry this burden is up to the individual. But carry on with dignity, with your head held high, with your eyes focused on a better tomorrow. For we are all brothers and sisters, and when we stand together, we stand strong.
Theodore Roosevelt is quoted as saying “Comparison is the thief of Joy”. What can be worse than being robbed of joy? With today’s obsession with Social Media, I believe that this can be applied to many aspects of our lives. And I wondered if it can also be applied to Interior Design. Many times we talk about trends and a certain look when it comes to interiors. “This look is in” or “That color palette is hot right now”. But does comparing colors and trends rob us of the joy of being happy and grateful with our own individual spaces? I think that it does. Design has evolved from a very personal platform, to one that has become homogenized. When I began my career, people who could afford Interior Designers hired us because they knew that each piece we selected would be custom made for them. They relished the wait for a hand-carved chair in a custom finish because they knew no one else would have that exact chair. They were proud of the fact that it took nine months to weave a custom rug, because it was unique and beautiful and their best friend wouldn’t have the same one. But in today’s world of instant gratification, the “art” of design has been replaced with a world where many no longer value individuality and do not care if their neighbor has the same production-made sofa. This thought process is evident in the same “looks” that we constantly see repeated in post after post, magazine after magazine. We have begun to devolve from custom to common. Thus, the “joy” of individually designed spaces has been “stolen” by the need to fit in with the masses. I say, embrace your individuality and don’t fall victim to this “thief”.