When guests come through the home's front door, they are greeted by a calming, light blue foyer that mirrors the peaceful surroundings of the home. Closets on either side of the entryway add storage to the space, providing easy access to coats and shoes, while a bench and work of art are elegantly framed by the doorway of the foyer, creating a focal point in the space.
The entryway is a simple, homey landing pad. We reframed the raw silk floral art we found in another part of the house to give it the presence it deserved - front and center! Natural materials and candles and the vases that look like beach glass, give this entry the feeling of the ocean.
This wallpaper was a game/room changer! A boring space was transformed with great texture when that went up. The rustic table and the tray and indigo African textiles we framed, give it a relaxed feel but the damask curtains make us a little Southern. African textiles and mud cloth from the flea market made great art and we made pillows in the leather chairs in the living room out of it too! These custom, casual and bohemian touches made all the difference!
Weathered white planks create a stunning beach-inspired backdrop to this cozy nursery. Light fixtures and a metal changing table nod to industrial style. The marquee sign behind the crib, not only lights up, but the letters can also be changed at any time to write sweet messages or celebrate milestones.
Natural sea-inspired art prints, air plants and that amazing juju hat (a favorite!) were our art feature wall in the space. The TV is there but it's not a feature of the room, just a part of it. Italian leather chairs and the low media center with the large midcentury lamp give this room a cool lounge feel. It makes me want to put a record on and make a gin & tonic with extra lime.
A waterfront bedroom features zones for both sleeping and lounging, the latter featuring an arrangement of overfilled, comfy chairs and an ottoman so guests can literally put their feet up. Guitars serve as functional art, and white walls reflect light from the wall of windows.
Located on the roof of a historic Art Deco building in Miami Beach, Florida, this luxurious penthouse roof deck is a private retreat in the sky. The outdoor escape includes a kitchen with stainless steel appliances and granite countertops, a sun deck with a table for alfresco dining and a covered cabana lounge with a pop-up TV and sofas.
This bedroom is trimmed in brown hues, dark wood and plush orange and red bedding, giving it a distinctly masculine feel. Due to its relatively small size, the stunning sunset photographs on adjoining walls serve almost as windows, opening up the space.
This black and white bedroom has lots of unique details. The padded headboard gives the space a comfortable, modern feel, while the contemporary art work brings even more personality to the space. The clean, white, linen bed coverings bring light into the space while adding to the relaxing atmosphere of this beach house.