Tour an English Country Home With Midcentury Miami Beach Style

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Tour an English Country Home With Midcentury Miami Beach Style

Not much had been done to this England homeowner’s 1950s bungalow. Its compartmentalized rooms and dated style needed major updating. The homeowner, a single retiree who frequently travels but likes to entertain when she’s home, gave designer Sara Slade several wish list items to get started: an open layout, more natural light, an improved visual and physical connection to outdoor areas, and midcentury Miami Beach style.

Slade, whom the homeowner found on Houzz and who uses Houzz Pro business software, took down several walls to create a party-friendly open layout. A glassed-in addition with retractable doors off the front of the home fully opens the kitchen and a sitting area to the outdoors. Curved white kitchen cabinetry with gold details channels a classic Miami Beach vibe. Pastel blues, greens and pinks in the decor and artwork add splashes of soft color.

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Paula Da Cruz Griffin

Where did you get vanity/ travel trunks? I have been looking for one in ages😟

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Sara Slade Interiors

The name of the company is Starbay, and it is called the Marie-Galante chest - you can find some on FirstDibs and Ebay if you are lucky x

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wisenstadt

Love the glass shaded ceiling light. Where is that from please?

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wendys1

Hello, where is the lovely artwork from? Specifically the large pink and green abstracts. Thank you!

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Anne Catherine Bowcutt, Broker

I just designed an oval bar/base cabinet with a light color palette with a marble top for a diminutive space for a 70s home. It's just a sketch at this point but I LOVE seeing the cabinets that have this detail. I'd love to know more about this cabinet manufacturer in Cambridge that did those. Fantastic job. Perfections. Kudos!!