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We’re so thrilled to finally share this reef-inspired apartment at the luxury condominium development, Marina Palms. We’ve been working on it for months and have finally put the finishing touches the layered, textured design. In this design project, we focused on adding everything from light fixtures and wallpaper to furniture and accessories, rather than changing the layout.
Without further adieu, take a look at this vacation home for one very lucky family.
White walls give way to soothing ocean-hued Phillip Jeffries Wallpaper to make a stunning welcome in the Miami condo’s entry. A large mirror reflects light, brightening up the space, while woven baskets and a waxy plant lend lots of texture.
The main living area is a multipurpose open space, housing the living room, dining room, and kitchen for seamless living. A wall of windows floods the space with light, and the gorgeous branching bubbles light fixture lends a sculptural touch to the space.
A sandy-hued linen sofa looms large in the room, providing seating for a whole group, while a pair of eye-catching slat-back chairs are just see-through enough to not take up too much visual space and keep the room airy. If you need to squish a few more people around the beautiful Monterrey plinth rectangular coffee table, pull up one of the two woven poufs.
Instead of the expected over-the-sofa wall art, we leaned a canvas against the wall for a fun twist.
In the adjacent dining room, white dominates the space with splashes of warm wood and rattan dotting the design. The mid-century wishbone chairs contrast the contemporary dining table to keep everything interesting. But the real star of the show is the pendant light, which nods to the ocean-inspired design with its texture: a cross between a jellyfish and a sea urchin shell.
Step on over the kitchen to see a modern masterpiece. We selected the accessories and the pendant you can see peeking out from an alcove in the ceiling. A trio of mesh stools from BluDot line up at the counter, the perfect place for a quick snack or breakfast. A light wood bowl echoes the pale cabinets and helps to warm up the kitchen.
By far the coziest nook in this Miami condo, the den is just the right spot to cozy up for a Netflix binge or family movie night. Navy blue wallpaper on the farthest wall and wrapping a pair of Ikea cabinets grounds the space, camouflaging the TV. A jute rug offers texture on the tile floors, while a geometric pendant lends sparkle and shine.
The master bedroom features a glamorous twist on the condo’s color palette and design scheme, mixing hard and soft textures together perfectly for a luxe look. No detail is overlooked,from the sputnik chandelier to the gemstone-inspired nightstands and wall art.
A formerly empty alcove transforms into the chicest home office with the addition of wall-hung cabinets and a full-length counter. On the tabletop sits an eye-catching table lamp and a leaning marble-inspired painting, continuing the sumptuous design.
The master bathroom is a modern oasis, from the palm tree in the corner to the woven accents. A paint-dipped ladder provides a stylish spot to hang towels, while a teak tray is a polished way to show off soaps, perfumes, and toiletries.
The guest bedroom is a relaxing haven, filled with rich textures and ocean hues. Two platform beds offer plenty of room for overnight guests to stay at this couple’s vacation home. While the furnishings are stunning, it’s the closet door makeover that takes the cake in this space.
Instead of keeping the standard doors, which eat up valuable floor space (key in a room that needs to fit two beds), with chic bifold doors. The brass handles are like sparkling jewelry, adding shimmer to the space.
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