INTERIOR DESIGNSingle Family Homes
Interior Designer
$16,000,001 - $21,000,000
Private Residence

Innovative and thoughtful luxury features like Weiland LiftSlide and Viva Porte glass doors, a boutique Poliform closet and clean-lined furnishings impart an interior aesthetic reflecting the home’s coastal contemporary architecture while ever mindful of elevating its water views and the interplay of indoor and outdoor spaces. 
Bright white is warmed with the soft sand and earth tones of 15-by-25-inch porcelain flooring, honey-hued woods, custom cabinetry and architectural ceilings adorned in upholstered leather and rift-sawn oak. Watercolor blues and greens inspired by the serene setting are complemented with shimmers of champagne, glass and high-gloss surfaces, saturated jewel tones, vivid turquoise and dark textural undertones in furniture, fabric, art, accessories and lighting.  
Large windows are purposefully unadorned to enhance views. 
The contemporary kitchen emphasizes linear forms with minimal ornamentation and sleek surfaces. It features flat-paneled white cabinetry, a custom 9-foot stainless-steel range hood and a dramatic rift-cut extension cantilevering from the island’s floating countertop.  
The Weiland doors heighten the openness of main living areas, creating a flush surface for the large-format tile flooring to continue outside, further blurring indoor-out boundaries. Alfresco spaces include a full kitchen with honey-finished cabinetry accented with metal banding, a living room with a 10-foot linear fireplace, and an open-air firepit where porcelain tile emulates the look of a wood deck. 
The sun-filled master bedroom and sitting area feature a relaxing palette of white, soft gray and wide-plank honey flooring interjected with blue, green and turquoise. The open Poliform closet has integrated lighting, glass and champagne finishes, the latter repeated in the dramatic veining of the bathroom’s porcelain floor and 108-inch book-matched slabs behind the freestanding tub. Floating custom vanities are underlit and have a textural honey finish. 
The second-floor den’s ceiling-mounted Viva Porte doors welcome natural light from a sitting room near the open glass-railed staircase while a wall of sliding glass accesses a balcony and displays the views. A destination for work and entertaining, the den features a comfortable sitting area, a desk and a handsome palette of textural wallcovering and reglet-accented rift-sawn oak cabinetry which cleverly conceal doors to a full bathroom and walk-in closet.