The surreal landscape photograph is a print by the famous Mexican-born cinematographer Gabriel Figueroa. This modern sofa by Bruhl converts into a double bed or a chaise lounge.
The wall paint is "Salty Dog" from Sherwin-Williams.
The desk in the office was salvaged from an old CPS building in Chicago.
Elizabeth doesn't shy away from mixing patterns, as seen here in the master bedroom.
The portrait was the one thing they salvaged from the previous owner.
The velvet couch from the Nebraska Furniture Mart is paired with a light blue couch, a hand-me-down from Elizabeth's parents. The throw pillows in the living room are a mix of Target, Urban Outfitters and Homegoods.
Elizabeth runs her own event company and Tom is a chef. They had only known each other for a few months when they decided to move in together...and signed a lease on this apartment that needed a major makeover. The ottoman is from Ballard Designs and the gold pouf is a Kenza Moroccan Pouf from Lulu & Georgia. The Dia de Dumbo Wallpaper is from Flavor Paper.
The small illustration at left reads: "Don't plan on it but if you're going to fail, fail HARD!" The knick-knacks in the wooden box are gifts from Eduardo's friends or items he's collected from his travels.
In Ted's room, the fireplace surround is papered in Farrow & Ball's Gable pattern. The jute rug is from Ikea and the monochromatic road-scene rug is Oyoy.
The encaustic floor tiles from Mosaic del Sur were the most expensive part of the bathroom refit (and a perfect color match for the Hague Blue on the walls). The vanity unit is a vintage record cabinet they added hairpin legs to. The towels are from H&M.