Interior Designer
Under $100,000
Private Residence

With the recent market conditions, the homeowners were faced with a decision; sell their Bonita Springs sanctuary or renovate. It was no surprise to the Designer, that they decided to renovate! The Designer suggested painting, installing porcelain faux-wood floor tiles, new transitional interior doors, and baseboard.  
• Prior to the renovation, the Entry felt dated and cluttered with bulky furniture, and wall mirror. It now inspires a transitional aesthetic, featuring impactful art above a Bernhardt bench with leucite legs and chrome accents. An Old Biscayne custom console and decorative mirror adds glamour while providing storage for the homeowners. The broadloom was replaced with the porcelain faux-wood-plank tile, seamlessly flowing through the home. 
• Living Room: Visual interest was created by adding a T&G feature wall. it was paramount to have a space to entertain guests for the homeowners so, a comfortable sofa, swivel chairs and recliner anchors the Living Room. A faux horn cocktail table adds visual interest and echoes accents of chrome also found in the lamps and base of the recliner. Coastal blue was introduced in the chairs, area rugs and accent pillows.  
• A Bay-window provided the opportunity to create the cozy dining-area. The Vanguard pedestal dining table and soft-blue dining chairs are an invitation to relax and dine.  
• The Master Bedroom originally featured orange walls, dark furniture, and rattan accents- the homeowners love their now gracious Master Suite. Sherwin Williams Agreeable Grey and a hand-woven neutral Area Rug, enhance the Spa-like aesthetic. Visual interest is added with a geometric pattern fabric on the upholstered headboard that replaces a dated draped headboard. The same geometric fabric from the headboard is mindfully placed in the center of the accent throw pillow on the bed. The furniture was rearranged to allow the homeowners a more livable space, as opposed to their originally cattycorner arrangement. Linen drapery with vertical stripes adds whimsey.  
• Study: a comfortable sleeper sofa in a soft blue fabric replaces a murphy bed hidden behind cherry wood cabinetry. To provide the homeowners with more storage for office needs, a bookcase that doubles as a decorative piece anchors the right side of the room with accents of chrome complimented by the polished silver base of the cocktail table. Accented by pops of blue, the art over the sofa and the geometric pattern throw pillows adorn the sleeper sofa.  
• The Guest Bedroom, showcases perfect balance of color palette; white lacquer raffia wrapped nightstand and desk with hints of chrome hardware add texture, while lush white bedding creates contrast against the accent paint on the headboard wall, painted in Sherwin Williams Silvermist. Additional accents of blue can be found in the decorative pillows with lattice detail, throw and Vanguard desk chair. Due to the size of the room, the homeowners opted to not have decorative window treatments to leave the room open without feeling cluttered.  
The Designer’s challenge was to remodel and furnish the residence, while coming in under budget. Mission accomplished!