The dreamy maximalist interior of the home and office of designer Erick Millán is a psychedelic world in black-and-white and cobalt blue.
Located in Guadalajara, the dreamy maximalist interior of the home and office of the Mexican interior designer Erick Millán is a limitless expression of creativity. With typical Mexican objects in every corner, the flooring and the walls have hypnotic patterns in black-and-white and pink, yellow, and cobalt blue.
The home and office of Mexican interior designer Erick Millán is a Colonial-style property. Originally painted yellow, the house lacked greenery and vibrancy. The revamped interior juxtaposes vibrant colors, such as pinks, yellow, green, and cobalt blue – a color palette that resembles the home of Frida Kahlo – and graphic patterns in black and white.
Erick Millán focuses on preserving the best of the building’s original features, such as the tiled flooring and the rustic white ceiling.
A kaleidoscope or a psychedelic world can describe the merge of contemporary and traditional Mexican interior design. At the same time, Erick Millán designed most of the custom-made furniture, the dreamy maximalist home honors the Mexican crafting with a cluster of eclectic furniture and home accessories.
The dreamy maximalist interior that Erick Millán created is Salvador Dalí’s headspace. The home and office of the Mexican creative is eclectic, with a pinch of Memphis design style and a kitsch exuberance.
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