This newly constructed townhouse was acquired to use as flexible multi-generational living. The primary resident is a young professional in the production industry. Her parents and sister frequently visit, necessitating the provision of private spaces for their extended stays. Her parents were allocated the blue room, and we transformed the basement, affectionately referred to as 'The Bunker,' into a studio apartment for her sister and her boyfriend. With family roots in Mexico, they desired the expertise of a local designer to infuse personality and their culture's affinity for vibrant colors into this blank canvas. Given my own Cuban heritage, I have a deep appreciation for lively hues, making this project a perfect fit. In the open-plan main area, which encompasses the home office, we adhered to a specific color scheme that exudes a wonderfully feminine ambiance. This space is far from being a typical girly bachelorette pad, as we aimed to strike a balance between femininity and sophistication. Recognizing the family's need for ample storage, we not only revamped the interiors but also designed a wall of wardrobes in collaboration with California Closets, offering both style and functionality. For the parents' bedroom, we opted for a more masculine aesthetic, featuring a navy velvet bed and black marble nightstands, complemented by touches of gold, olive, and a vibrant purple rug. All of these elements harmoniously converge in the ombre wallpaper, accentuated by the presence of an amethyst mirror.