glass doors with custom window draperies and sheers open to a private balcony looking onto agent tree sized Sea Grapes. Habersham styled furnishings and a fluffy shag rug help create a "warm" feeling in this tropical south Florida paradise.
Designer: Jere Bradwell
Photo by Naples Kenny
too many doors and openingsThe solution: In places where a square or rectangular table would stick out like a sore thumb, go round instead. Curved shapes generally fit better into awkward spaces, softening the hard edges in a room. Try to pull your round table near a wall, even if it's only as small a section
"The carving of the front facade, introduction of wood and detailed approach to the entry steps, guardrail and handrail introduce a human scale and warmth to the house as you approach from the street."