During the remodel of this home, the master suite was gutted. Our interior designers updated the furniture, bedding, and accessories. Blue grass-cloth wallpaper was used to add texture to the wall and coordinating black out drapes were used to soften the look. And to add a more luxurious feel, we removed the fan and added a beautiful chandelier.
In this condo our interior designer focused on highlighting the views when remodeling. She removed all outdated finishes and updated the floors cabinetry and painting. All furnishings and artwork were in neutral tones in order for the ocean to be the main focal point.
Here is this Naples, FL guest cottage/cabana our interior designers had the outdated wallpaper and furniture removed. Added new furniture, bedding and accessories and updated the room color to give it a poolside feel.
In this small kitchen, we completely rearranged the layout to make it more user friendly and added bar seating. To help make the space feel larger, we used white glass back splash tiles and and white quartz counter tops. The Cabinets were replaced with solid wood white shaker style doors. The majority of the appliances were paneled so they would blend seamlessly with the cabinetry. We accented the cabinets with a set of glass doors as well as glass shelves. Wood floor replaced the tired tile, and the outdated lighted ceiling was replaced with a beautiful tray ceiling painted in a sea foam color to bring a pop of color into the space.
Everything about this 1980's style master suite had to go! We removed the popcorn ceiling, the mirrors from the wall, all wallpaper and carpeting. Wood floors were laid vertically to make the room feel longer. Minimal furnishings in neutral tones were used to pull your eye to the view of the ocean. And of course, we had to add a soft blue accent wall behind the bed.
In this home the 15' tall ceilings needed to be front and center. We added beams to the ceiling to accentuate the height and used a beautiful blue wall color to draw your eyes up. An arch was added for detail around the master suite's entrance. The tile was updated to a larger tile and laid on a diagonal. The seating area was properly laid out and adequate seating was accomplished with 2 sofas and 2 chairs. The large over sized wall was filled with a collage of seashell shadow boxes to bring a subdued nautical feel to the room.
During the interior design of this guest suite, we removed the popcorn ceiling, all wallpaper, carpet and light fixtures. We added wood flooring vertically to make the room feel longer when you enter. The room was then painted a soft beige and added color was accomplished with the bedding.
In this dining room, the homeowners needed to seat 10!!! We added a large over sized table, used the clients current dining chairs and added 3 separate chandeliers to adequately light the each seat. A beautiful antique rug was added to accentuate the serene blue wall color.