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The tone-on-tone extensive but delicate wall paneling casts shadows and gives walls subtle reliefs without overpowering the space. It creates a background that changes throughout the day and creates a backdrop for Client’s possessions. As you move through the wide-open main floor, ceilings feature equally delicate details that identify the various spaces.

The tone-on-tone extensive but delicate wall paneling casts shadows and gives walls subtle reliefs without overpowering the space. It creates a background that changes throughout the day and creates a backdrop for Client’s possessions. As you move through the wide-open main floor, ceilings feature equally delicate details that identify the various spaces.

This formal parlor would typically be used for welcoming important guests, but in this reinterpretation of the British Colonial style it is an integral component of the main living area spanning on the first floor. Centrally located fireplace is framed by windows dressed in draperies with a flower motif and create a focal point seen from main foyer.

Rich dark woods and prevailing blue and yellow hues are dominant in this parlor and are off set by pale walls blending seamlessly with the delicate wood paneling in the foyer. This contrasting combination creates a sophisticated interior, here adorned with simple lines and elegant finishes.

White paneled cabinetry brings the details of paneled walls from main foyer and create backdrop for rich green quartz counters and colorful hand-painted backsplash. Teal backsplash details pick up lighter tones of the countertops and are repeated on linen roman shades crowning large window, while soft lavender hues accented with raspberry and violet add life and airiness to the room.

Rich wood Queen Anne chairs dressed in colorful blue and white zig-zag fabric combine traditional and whimsical elements into single furnishing. Three-dimensional ceiling with tongue and groove detail, centered Murano glass chandelier, and an area rug locate the dining room within an open floor plan. Rich mahogany built-in buffet offers practical storage solution creating a focal point for the area.

This second floor hall acts as an axis connecting a private office, master suite, and all other bedrooms in this home. Balanced space plan allowed for continuation of paneling from main floor foyer and stairwell, which yielded to amazing symmetrical arches defining a light-filled vestibule area overlooking the main foyer.

Dominant white and blue color combination in this room keeps it light and elegant, and is contrasted with rich dark furnishings and floors. The pale yellow area rug compliments blue colors and contributes to the airiness of this room. There is nothing more classic than a mahogany four-posted bed to adorn any British Colonial bedroom, and here it exhumes elegance and sophistication alongside bright and soft surroundings. This bright master bedroom is filled with warm evening sunlight but provides cleverly engineered total darkening solution. Black out shades slide out from underneath soft roman shades and fit into guiding rails hidden behind window’s decorative casing.

White Calacatta marble background gives this bathroom a light and feminine backdrop for the contrasting mahogany millwork adding energy to the space and giving it a complimentary masculine presence. To further balance the masculine and feminine presences, curves of the vanities were overlaid against rigid grid of the stone layouts.

To meet homeowner’s modern needs and maximize use of home in sunny Florida, covered terraces provide shade from the tropical sun. Typical dark wood tongue and groove ceilings mirror dark floors used on the inside of the home and create a contrast characteristic of British Colonial style.

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