This new-construction condo was a two-and-a-half-year project that allowed us to form a close relationship with the clients, which resulted in a thoughtful and personal home for retirement. They travel the world and collect art and memories that we were able to integrate into the rooms.
This Longboat Key condo was built in the 1990’s and was in original condition. The homeowners have family in town and use this as a vacation home. A full remodel of this top floor unit was in order and the clients requested neutral architectural finishes with pops of color in art and décor.
We installed custom built-ins in the living room and office spaces, and all new lighting throughout. We incorporated creamy whites, earth tones and layered blues into each room. We brought in texture with grasscloth in the tray ceilings, shiplap in the entryway, and a few rattan pieces.
These homeowners moved in to an empty home with neutral walls and it needed a lot of warmth. I helped them with the main areas and their Primary Bedroom. From the wallpaper at the TV wall to the dramatic wall painting commissioned by an artist, there are no limits to what defines this space as interesting.
This house on Phillippi Creek is idyllically located on two acres of beautifully landscaped land on a peninsula. The client asked for a blue and white house that leans into the Florida lifestyle, but still has a touch of New England.
What began as a vanilla box in the sky soon evolved into a vibrant, soulful escape for a transplanted Wisconsin couple whose shared love of music and took centerstage in the design. Jimi Hendrix and Paul Stanley welcome you into the moody foyer/lounge that becomes a cozy gathering spot for football games and cocktail parties.