The exterior of the home was repainted in a rich ebony to lend a more sophisticated, clean look. With a dark color palette, the large angular windows and glass doors have more visual weight, especially at night. Exterior details like these sculptural sconces become that much more appealing with a dark backdrop.
This wide view of the great room lounge area shows the custom sheer drapery color-matched to the paint color used for the walls and ceiling. The drapes go from the ceiling line to the floor, to soften the hard edges of the tall windows.
The kaleidoscope pattern of the dynamic geometric ceramic tiles lining the walls and ceiling brings the guest bathroom to life and provides a stunning backdrop for the spacious vanity and spa-worthy steam shower.
The new anodized aluminum swing front door with glass panels allows natural light inside and offers a look at the amazing views enjoyed from this home’s waterfront location. Large black porcelain pavers line the steps up to the front door and help define the entry.
This dramatic hallway space is all about dimension. From the recessed ceiling and drop-down light fixture to the built-in display cabinet to the three dimensional mirror, walking through this hallway is an immersive experience.
Choosing to paint or wallpaper just the wall behind your upholstered bed is a clever option if you have budgetary or time constraints. In this elegant bedroom, a little wallpaper goes a long way toward making a dramatic impact.
A dramatic stone fireplace surround is the focal point of this traditional living room. A pair of cozy, traditional chairs by the fireside allows the homeowners to enjoy the warmth while still being part of the larger conversation area.
The fireplace perched in the corner of Mimi's bedroom is a former movie prop from a Charleston, South Carolina film set. The cascade of faux-plant materials continue a motif of the outdoors-inside in her home. "I like feeling like I'm in a garden" says Mimi.