The interior designer came up with an extensive plan for this home that expanded the original scope of work from a small update to a complete makeover—which the homeowners could not have loved more. Their main goal was to “de-Tuscanize” the home, so the process began with removing all the Mediterranean accents and replacing them with updated ones. The designer took out the crown molding and soffits to heighten the ceilings, then removed all the arches and pillars to create a clean, modern backdrop. She also replaced the marble flooring with beautiful European white oak.
Upon entering the home, one used to be ushered into a formal living room. Now, the space serves as a sophisticated chat room with a gorgeous Florim Sahara Noir stone wall and chic furnishings.
The remodel also brought the kitchen into the 2020s. The kitchen footprint was revamped and expanded, removing dividing walls, relocating windows, and creating a functioning coﬀee bar for the coﬀee-loving homeowners. One of the kitchen’s most striking features is the black and white Euclid tile backsplash, complemented by black and white cabinetry and gold accents and hardware. A sleek L-shaped island flanked by geometric counter stools round out the room’s luxe look.
The home’s outdoor living area is no less impressive. The lanai was entirely renovated with new marble ﬂooring, a reconﬁgured pool with an added spa, and contemporary furniture. An outdoor feature wall was designed for the ultimate entertainment experience, along with an outdoor ﬁreplace and porcelain tile surround.