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A Modern Miami HomeContemporary Living Room, Miami

A young Mexican couple approached us to create a streamline modern and fresh home for their growing family. They expressed a desire for natural textures and finishes such as natural stone and a variety of woods to juxtapose against a clean linear white backdrop.

For the kid’s rooms we are staying within the modern and fresh feel of the house while bringing in pops of bright color such as lime green. We are looking to incorporate interactive features such as a chalkboard wall and fun unique kid size furniture.

The bathrooms are very linear and play with the concept of planes in the use of materials.They will be a study in contrasting and complementary textures established with tiles from resin inlaid with pebbles to a long porcelain tile that resembles wood grain.

This beautiful house is a 5 bedroom home located in Presidential Estates in Aventura, FL.

Inspiration for a contemporary living room remodel in Miami with no fireplace and no tv —  Houzz
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Charlotte Jaeger wrote:May 7, 2014
sherolene wrote:June 5, 2014
coveln wrote:June 3, 2013
Beatriz Shames wrote:January 17, 2013
  • Beatriz Shames
    Hi Joyabe. I am not the designer, I am just a client like you. From what I understand from the designer answer to my question, the base is Abitare and the glass custom made. Hope I could help you!
  • designmadre
    Can you tell me about the tiles on the wall and floor? Please? Love it!!
mike7743 wrote:December 18, 2012
  • caithoney
    Que juapa!
  • skilowe
    Would you have asked the same question if they had said a young Swedish couple? Why does everyone have to jump to racist or bigoted thoughts? There is nothing condescending about that comment!!!
erinmenard wrote:December 17, 2012
  • fedepfel
    where did you get the light fixture and how tall is it?
  • PRO
    Hi, fedepfel. Both fixtures are available here at Lightology. The one on the left looks a lot like the Bubble Ball suspension from Edge Lighting. It comes in a 3, 5, 7, 9, 14, and 17-ball version, and you can get it in lengths up to 30 feet (360"). The one on the right is the Atlantis suspension by Terzani. It is a simply stunning piece.

    You can find information about both of these fixtures in the Product Specifications on our website. Hope this helps!

    Gorgeous space and design, by the way. Amazing work, DKOR Interiors!
nrschauer wrote:July 11, 2013
  • nandaraung
    Love the whole theme and design. it's so sleek and modern. Where can I get the sofa?
  • PRO
    Elizabeth Harlow
    Please, please - where can I get the dining table and chairs???
Jimi Jefferson wrote:January 12, 2013
  • PRO
    DKOR Interiors Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL
    Hi Jamila, thank you for the question! We were asked by the client to incorporate Mexican inspired elements into the modern design of their home so their cultural background was a very important part of this project. We hope you enjoy!
  • PRO
    David Dupuis Cpnstruction
    I think that the mention of th ethnicity of the clients could also make the point that our neighbors to the south can be professional and upwardly mobile and need not conform to the often cliched ideas some may have.
Jaideep Surendra wrote:June 23, 2012
  • PRO
    Check out our Breath Collection! We actually make and customize all of our glass pendants and chandeliers, from blown glass and are similar in style to the chandelier in the living room. ~ SHAKUFF"
  • PRO
    If you're referring to the light over the dining room table, you can find it as part of the Terzani Atlantis collection: the Atlantis Linear Suspension. It's quite incredible in person. The fixture in the living room is part of the Bocci collection. -Nissa
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Pierre Proulx wrote:May 8, 2014
kaylynn2 wrote:August 6, 2013
sls47 wrote:February 17, 2013
  • chanchangfook
    Hi, this is beautiful piece of design. May I ask what's the ceiling height you have here. Thanks. a lot
Katherine Compagnoni wrote:January 27, 2013
sharleeg wrote:October 14, 2012
  • jkmerchant
    I would also like to know who makes the white chairs closest to the photographer. They look like a bit like the italian metropolitian chairs. They would be perfect in my remodel.
crosea wrote:May 13, 2012
dianatarek wrote:April 22, 2012
  • patmonteiro60
    Would like info on table and chairs please
ashleyannejackson wrote:April 22, 2012
  • bmoell
    who make the chair with the "X" legs? Are they leather? Thanks
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              kavanagh57 wrote:April 22, 2012

                What Houzz contributors are saying:

                Judith Taylor Designs added this to How to Work With a High CeilingSeptember 12, 2013

                Make a material change. The juxtaposition of wood paneling (horizontal to keep it modern) and stone breaks up the wall on the left.Pick a material to repeat and use it to break up an expansive wall. It's beautiful how the wood tones on the wall echo the wood tones of the flooring here.

                Samantha Schoech added this to Guessing Game: What Might Our Living Rooms Say About Us?January 28, 2013

                I'm a bachelor who made a lot of money in technology. I let my designer pick out everything, and I can control it all from my iPad.

                Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: Modern, Entertaining Home in FloridaApril 10, 2012

                The design moved some rooms around and opened up the floor plan. Past the front foyer, the home opens up into this living and dining space. It was extended out the back beyond the column as part of the renovation, because the clients needed a dining table that would seat 14 people. "The clients entertain all the time," says Donadel. "My client is like Martha Stewart; she always has a beautifully set table." Donadel differentiated the two spaces with a dramatic change in floor texture. The dining room floor is elevated and has lighting underneath the platform. Stone wall: Vena Grigio limestone; chandelier: Atlantis Suspension Light, Tarzani

                What Houzzers are commenting on:

                markjdaily added this to markjdaily's IdeasJanuary 20, 2020

                for pat - wall continues into ceiling

                Cindy Lewis added this to FoyerJanuary 2, 2020

                Wrap walls in tile and lighted niche

                Lisa JJ added this to Everest Decor-Shared With Casey BlancoSeptember 20, 2019

                Love it and the dining table. Just needs the pop of color

                Jan Lee added this to CeilingsSeptember 19, 2019

                Similar High to low ceiling lay out.

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