“When Los Angeles-based interior designer Kishani Perera was hired by a developer to remodel the interiors of a 1928 Spanish-style house in picturesque LA enclave, Pacific Palisades, her goal was to ‘maintain the original character of the house, while giving it an updated, appropriate look for the location and price point,’ she says.”
We are in awe and so honored to see Castilla, a handmade mosaic from the Miraflores Collection by Paul Schatz for New Ravenna, so exquisitely placed in this kitchen designed by interior designer Kishani Perera and captured so perfectly by photographer Joe Schmelzer. Thank you so much to Domaine Home for featuring this project!
The collection of eighteen mosaic designs in the Miraflores Collection was inspired by award winning interior designer Paul Schatz’s travels throughout the Latin countries of Spain, Portugal and Mexico, combined with his passion for Morocco and studies of Islamic geometric art. The hand crafted mosaics are complex abstractions of classic motifs. Miraflores which means “to watch flowers” in Spanish has a storied legacy of palaces, monasteries and neighborhoods in Spain and South America. The mosaics are created in natural stone and can be installed as floors and walls, inside and out.
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