These Argentinian Sisters and Print Designers Share a Colorful, Patterned Home

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An office space with pink floral wallpaper
STUDY/OFFICE

Name: Sol and Zule Dignani
Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Type of home: Apartment
Size: 862 square feet
Years lived in: 8 years, owned

LIVING 1

Tell us a little (or a lot) about your home and the people who live there: We are entrepreneurs and sisters. Our brand is called The Dignanis and we design prints that we apply to different products. The scarf is our main product, and our new product is the fabrics that are seen throughout the apartment.

Zule is a designer and Sol, a publicist. We love vintage, making crafts, decoration, and design.

Our apartment is old, and is located in the heart of Buenos Aires and the epicenter of tango.

SOL´S ROOM

We began its restoration eight months ago, and our goal was to preserve all its style but to make a new kitchen and bathroom. High ceilings, wooden floors, large and connected rooms and light all day is what we like the most.

Regarding the decoration, the idea was to add color and fill all the rooms with our prints. We made with our hands, and we use our fabrics in the bathroom curtains, kitchen, pedestal table, and cover of bedroom.

ZULE´S ROOM

For the study we used wallpaper, all with our prints. Other DIYs: study desks, bedside tables, chair upholstery, and living room shelf.

Our house is also a place that allows us to show everything we do in our company, allows us to create and express our style. Our identity is reflected in the colors, and in the mix of prints, which is what we like the most, combining all our prints.

LIVING 3

Describe your home’s style in 5 words or less: Colorful, eclectic, bright, and full of our prints

KITCHEN

What is your favorite room and why? Zule: The kitchen. Because it reminds me of my grandmother’s house, where the kitchen was a family meeting point, a warm place.

Sol: The study, because we managed to have a workplace that inspires us.

And without a doubt the living room, for its warmth and the light that filters through the stained-glass windows, which reflect different intensities throughout the day.

BATHROOM

What’s the last thing you bought (or found!) for your home? Bathroom accessories from Anthropologie. As soon as we saw them we knew that they were the ideal detail for our bathroom.

LIVING 2

Any advice for creating a home you love? Mix objects and furniture, more sophisticated things mixed with objects that give warmth to your home.

This submission’s responses and photos were edited for length/size and clarity.
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