A Modern Miami HomeModern Bathroom, 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.
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Wall mounted. Staghorn ferns (shown here) and tillandsias can be mounted directly to a piece of wood, since their root systems do not need to be in a pot of soil. For other types of plants, look for a wall-mounted or hanging planter that can be filled with soil — and make sure you have a stepstool on hand to reach them for watering.
In this sleek bathroom by DKOR Interiors, three staghorn ferms seem to grow out of a wall that is covered in tiles that resemble wood grain. A nearby window provides the quality sunlight that these specimens prefer.
Donadel took this downstairs bathroom and turned it into a cabana bathroom by replacing an existing window with a door that leads to the yard. "This space is transitional between the landscape and the house, so I used porcelain tile that looks like wood, pool towels and those fun ferns," she says.