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Oversized kitchen and seating area to complement the homeowners love of cooking and entertaining. Oversized kitchen and seating area to complement the homeowners love of cooking and entertaining. Read more
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The design and color scheme of this space was inspired by and developed around the client's rug, already in their possession. The room came to life with orange details such as the antique Japanese chests, linens and orange silk chandelier, which is reminiscent of mesmerizing movement of jellyfish. The bed is by Italian designer Maxalto, but looks ... The design and color scheme of this space was inspired by and developed around the client's rug, already in their possession. The room came to life with orange details such as the antique Japanese chests, linens and orange silk chandelier, which is reminiscent of mesmerizing movement of jellyfish. The bed is by Italian designer Maxalto, but looks Balanese and the framed kimonos behind the bed enhance this even more. The base of the bed actually connects with the base of the chests to create a built-in effect. The large seating area is filled with Barclay Buter chairs facing the water, an authentic Moroccan ottoman, and a plantation chair with mother-of-pearl inlay. Read more
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There wasn't a traditional breakfast area, so one was created by dividing the living room with a wing wall that created the back of a bench. The client had triplets, so this arrangement around a custom-designed table helped with the unconventional seating number. There wasn't a traditional breakfast area, so one was created by dividing the living room with a wing wall that created the back of a bench. The client had triplets, so this arrangement around a custom-designed table helped with the unconventional seating number. Read more
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Oversized Henredon sofas matched the grandiose scale of the space and featured high backs with beautiful detailing. Four of the owner's impressive collection of Tiffany lamps - 52 lamps total were incorporated throughout the entire house - resided here. Oversized Henredon sofas matched the grandiose scale of the space and featured high backs with beautiful detailing. Four of the owner's impressive collection of Tiffany lamps - 52 lamps total were incorporated throughout the entire house - resided here. Read more
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Looking at this photo, everything seems regularly scaled, but in fact, it's all massive. Anchored by a Baltus table with chrome details and painted driftwood top, the linen color of the sofa was selected because it matches almost perfectly with the ocean in the background. The striped rug was chosen to help pick up the subtle color tones in the room. ... Looking at this photo, everything seems regularly scaled, but in fact, it's all massive. Anchored by a Baltus table with chrome details and painted driftwood top, the linen color of the sofa was selected because it matches almost perfectly with the ocean in the background. The striped rug was chosen to help pick up the subtle color tones in the room. The barstools in the background by McGuire. Read more
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