Football inspires decoration of Thalita Ribeiro and Patrick de Oliveira’s son’s room | famous houses

Football inspires decoration of Thalita Ribeiro and Patrick de Oliveira’s son’s room | famous houses
Football inspires decoration of Thalita Ribeiro and Patrick de Oliveira’s son’s room | famous houses

Patrick, who entered the artistic world in the 1990s and stayed for roles such as Leonardo Da Vinci II in Bachelor Party (Globo, 1992) and Mago Kino, in Headhunter (Globo, 1997), says he has always had an affinity for sports. “I am very attached to football and we always play a lot of ball. When we saw the football bed, the wallpaper, we thought he was going to go crazy.”

2 of 7 Football inspires decoration of Thalita Ribeiro and Patrick de Oliveira’s son’s room — Photo: Forever Filmes

Football inspires decoration of Thalita Ribeiro and Patrick de Oliveira’s son’s room — Photo: Forever Filmes

FUNCTIONAL
The couple, who currently run the production company Forever Filmes, sought to create a lasting atmosphere. “When we did the project with the Jackie Britto we thought that, in addition to being beautiful, it would have to be a functional room that could last for a good few years. The great thing is that the trundle bed will last a long time. When Théo entered the room, we noticed that he was enchanted, in love. He loved the wallpaper that refers to a goal and the fans”, says Thalita. “Despite not being a large room, the distribution allowed him to still have space to play, shoot on goal”, completes Patrick. The room has 14m².

According to the parents, a concern for the project was that it would allow autonomy for the boy. “The toys are at hand. He can visualize and catch. When we talked about the project with Jackie Britto, we wanted it to be a little corner for him to enjoy and enjoy, where he could pick up toys. He reaches for the toys he likes the most and the books are on an easily accessible shelf”, says Thalita.

3 of 7 Football inspires decoration of Thalita Ribeiro and Patrick de Oliveira’s son’s room — Photo: Forever Filmes

Football inspires decoration of Thalita Ribeiro and Patrick de Oliveira’s son’s room — Photo: Forever Filmes

To draw, the boy was given a desk. “As we think about durability, the table is made to be raised as it grows. The height of the table can be raised according to what is most suitable for Théo. We wanted to make the little room because we noticed that he was picking up his things and coming to the living room. He messed everything up (laughs). There was really missing a little corner that he could identify with. Our apartment is small and we opted for a bunk bed. Later, when you want to bring a little friend to play and sleep, he also had that possibility.”

4 of 7 Table with adaptable height is a planned millwork inove Dalmobile — Photo: Forever Filmes

A table with an adaptable height is a planned mill inove Dalmobile — Photo: Forever Filmes

PASSION FOR FOOTBALL
The interest in football is transmitted from father to son and Théo can’t wait to see the national team on the pitch in Qatar. “This is his first World Cup and he is very excited. The expectation came when we started putting together the album. He is crazy about the Brazil games. We bought clothes, caps, trumpets for everyone to cheer together”, says Patrick. Giving a playful tone to the room, developed by Miniminos, there is a beam with a net for him to play with kicking the goal and a rug that simulates a football pitch.

Thalita says that the boy is interested in national teams from different countries. “He is passionate about football. Of course, the fact that his father was very fond of football also had an influence, but he has an interest of his own. He has uniforms, completed the World Cup album, knows all the flags and the names of the players. For Patrick, it’s the biggest accomplishment!”

5 of 7 Football inspires decoration of Thalita Ribeiro and Patrick de Oliveira’s son’s room — Photo: Forever Filmes

Football inspires decoration of Thalita Ribeiro and Patrick de Oliveira’s son’s room — Photo: Forever Filmes

The passion for football, however, predates the World Cup because the boy is very excited about Botafogo games. “My family has alvinegro blood and with Théo it couldn’t be different. It’s really cool to be able to transmit my love for football to my son and enjoy the games together”, says Patrick.

“When I got pregnant, before defining the name and knowing I was expecting a boy, I was certain: the baby would be from Botafogo. Patrick’s entire family is very much from Botafogo. And Théo also loves the team. All he wants is Botafogo – the room, the birthday party…”, laughs Thalita. “I’m from São Paulo and my family is not that into football. When I started going out with Patrick, on our second date he took me to the stadium to see Botafogo play (laughs). And then I became from Botafogo. I even joke that nobody supports Botafogo more than I do, after all, if the team loses, it means having the husband and son angry and sad. So, I, more than anyone, root for Botafogo to win”, cp, full.

6 of 7 Football inspires decoration of Thalita Ribeiro and Patrick de Oliveira’s son’s room — Photo: Forever Filmes

Football inspires decoration of Thalita Ribeiro and Patrick de Oliveira’s son’s room — Photo: Forever Filmes

CHILDHOOD MEMORIES
Revealed on TV in the 1990s, Patrick says he didn’t have a dream room. “I never had a room of my own. I shared it with my sisters and they are older. I’m a premature son, I was born 12 years apart. I used the room to play button football with my neighbor, but it was never a room with my face. I think there was a room more of them than mine, so being able to make a little room for Théo is a real achievement”, he says.

Thalita recalls that she had a room of her own when she went to work as Xuxa’s stage assistant, between 1999 and 2002. “Until I was 10, before I became a paquita, I always shared a room with my sister in São Paulo. I remember we used to play with dolls a lot. When we moved to Rio, we each had our own room. I remember my dream was to have a double bed in my room. Obviously, my mom didn’t buy a double bed, but she did buy a queen bed, which is a little wider in width, and I loved enjoying my room. It has always been a special place for me.”

7 of 7 Football inspires decoration of Thalita Ribeiro and Patrick de Oliveira’s son’s room — Photo: Reproduction/Instagram

Football inspires the decoration of the room of the son of Thalita Ribeiro and Patrick de Oliveira — Photo: Reproduction/Instagram

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