Casey Key Residence

Casey Key Residence
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A mature Royal Poinciana sheds its seasonal blossoms in the uniquely shaped pool, spanned with a footbridge.
“Tree” — ryansanchez007
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Planters filled with splashes of seasonal color and trailing plants appear to be floating within the Mexican beach pebble that separates the modern fencing from concrete paver walkway.
“black roxks” — therunningman2006
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One of five glass panels designed by Michael A. Gilkey, Inc. in collaboration with artist and installer Sarah Hinds of Somewhere Glassworks, Inc. The series pays homage to the Gulf sunsets that are visible just across the street from this Casey Key home. The installation was executed with architectural silicone to stainless steel sleeving which not only allows the owner to remo...More
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Five glass panels designed by Michael A. Gilkey, Inc. in collaboration with artist and installer Sarah Hinds of Somewhere Glassworks, Inc. The series pays homage to the Gulf sunsets that are visible just across the street from this Casey Key home. The installation was executed with architectural silicone to stainless steel sleeving which not only allows the owner to remove the ...More
“Sweet art” — punkyrn87
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The wall that provides a backdrop to the art glass panels is covered with creeping fig vine. Flanking the wall is a series of bromeliads planted in Mexican beach pebble, evoking the color palette selected for the art glass.
“Wall” — crisburns
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A contrasting palette of grey concrete pavers meanders through the backyard of this Casey Key residence. The floating fence panels provide privacy while offering glimpses of the gulf frontage beyond. The opposing angle of each panel creates a visual chevron pattern.
“Michael A. Gilkey, Inc. Oct 2013 Dwarf Jasmine (Trachelospermum asiaticum). We love it!” — canyonkate
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This Gulf facing property is nestled among a native Cabbage Palm hammock, supplemented with new palms and native grasses, sea grapes and other salt-tolerant native vegetation.
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Five glass panels designed by Michael A. Gilkey, Inc. in collaboration with artist and installer Sarah Hinds of Somewhere Glassworks, Inc. The series pays homage to the Gulf sunsets that are visible just across the street from this Casey Key home. The installation was executed with architectural silicone to stainless steel sleeving which not only allows the owner to remove the ...More
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This Gulf facing property is nestled among a native Cabbage Palm hammock, supplemented with new palms and native grasses, sea grapes and other salt-tolerant native vegetation. The view from the home gives the user a true native beachfront experience.
“Posada spiaggia” — raffyblu
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Large poured concrete keystone pavers hand set in Mexican beach pebble provide a comfortable walkway into the rear yard.
“Large pavers and river rock” — jfwilbur
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This Gulf facing property is nestled among a native Cabbage Palm hammock, supplemented with new palms and native grasses, sea grapes and other salt-tolerant native vegetation. The view from the home gives the user a true native beachfront experience.
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Five glass panels were conceptually designed by Michael A. Gilkey, Inc. in collaboration with artist and installer Sarah Hinds of Somewhere Glassworks, Inc. The series pays homage to the Gulf sunsets that are visible just across the street from this Casey Key home.
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