Interior designer Eilyn Cueto takes inspiration from architecture

December 20, 2018
Eiilyn Cueto

Eilyn Cueto, chief designer for Sire Design in Aventura, Florida, has nearly a decade of expertise bringing commercial and residential properties to aesthetic life with her learned skills. A graduate of the Universidad Latina de Costa Rica in 2010 with her Bachelor of Architecture degree, Cueto spent her educational years exploring international lands and delving into their creative, and sometimes ancient, architecture. It is from this classic beauty that she developed a fascinating eye for interior design, both classy and trendy in her own art form.

A native of Miami now working from the state’s Fort Lauderdale region, Eiilyn Cueto aids vast clientele with their various design needs. Her enthusiasm for organic and effective architecture and design brings spaces of all sizes to life, bringing project concept consistently to a beloved reality.

A Passion for Design Drives Eilyn Cueto’s Career

June 15, 2018
Over the course of the decade or so she has spent in the business of interior design, Eilyn Cueto has used her talents to forge many relationships with people in all walks of life. She simply loves what she does, and she also loves the people with whom she works. Her passion for the clients who trust her with their design needs is obvious and it is the reason she developed a clear goal of establishing a design firm that begins at the grassroots level and building it into a place where anyone can go to get exactly what they want, whether it is classic or trendy in nature. Eilyn Cueto is all about the beauty and functionality of design, and making sure everyone has access to it.

Eilyn Cueto

Of course, Eilyn Cueto believes strongly that remembering where she came from is at least as important as realizing where she wants to go next. Living in a community means giving back when she can, so Eilyn works with many community charities, including The Salvation Army, KidSanctuary Campus, and the international chapter of Un Techo para mi Pais (A Roof for my Country). Her participation comes from her commitment to making sure that every child - and indeed every human being - in the world has a right to a place they can call home.