Design trends and sustainability:

Talking about interior design on RTV Marbella with Cristina López.


I recently had the pleasure of being interviewed on the show Como en casa con Cristina Lopez, which is broadcasted on Radio Television Marbella. During the interview, we delved into a range of interior design topics, including the latest trends, sustainable practices, our furniture packs designed for holiday home owners, and the Japandi style.

Japandi is a fusion of Japanese and Scandinavian design, which has been gaining popularity in recent years due to its harmonious blend of minimalism and warmth. It combines the simplicity and natural materials of Japanese design with the cozy and inviting aesthetic of Scandinavian design. In the interview, I explained how the Japandi style can be incorporated into modern interior design by using a neutral color palette, natural materials such as wood and stone, and functional, timeless furniture pieces.We also discussed the importance of sustainable interior design practices, including the use of eco-friendly materials, upcycling, and recycling. I highlighted how designers can make a positive impact on the environment by choosing sustainable options such as recycled or upcycled materials, reducing waste, and implementing energy-efficient lighting and appliances.

Moreover, I had the opportunity to talk about our furniture packs designed for holiday home owners in the Marbella area. These packs are tailored to the specific needs of each property and are designed to make it easy for property owners to furnish their homes with stylish and functional pieces that suit their budget and space.

Lastly, I want to mention how enjoyable it was to be interviewed by Cristina Lopez. Her passion for design and home decor was evident throughout the interview, and she asked insightful questions that allowed me to share my knowledge and expertise with her audience.

Overall, being interviewed on Como en casa con Cristina Lopez was an excellent opportunity to share my insights on the latest design trends, sustainability, our furniture packs, and the Japandi style with a wider audience. I hope that viewers found the interview informative and inspiring, and I look forward to sharing my knowledge and expertise in the future.



Estefani Batista - Pueblo Rico - Architecture & Interior Design

Estefani Batista

Associate Partner – Interior Designer

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