If you’ve read the blog for a while, you probably will remember seeing other projects by Andrew Howard of Andrew Howard Interior Design on Home Bunch. Andrew is a well-known interior designer and I am a huge fan of his work. Every home he designs seems to be a happy place. He truly knows how to bring color to a room like no one else.
This time around, he designed a vacation home in Naples, Florida for a retired couple that spends half of the year in this beautiful place. This home is located just across from the bay on a quiet street, and this is the type of neighborhood where you can’t go very far without seeing someone walking a dog or people riding bikes. Paradise? Certainly – inside and out!
Andrew gives us input on how he designed this inspiring colorful coastal home: “The objective was to make it a comfortable getaway in a warm place. The color palette was very fresh and vibrant and we wanted the house to feel like the place everyone in the neighborhood would want to hang out.” I certainly would! Take a look at this house tour, it will make you wish you were on vacation…
“The kitchen had lots of open shelving and plenty of room for barstools. I would say it is a very conversational kitchen where someone at the range would find it easy to interact with everyone in the room. The open shelving allows for display of decorative items, but these aren’t things that sit on the shelves, these are things that are often used. We painted the Ann Morris lights a custom blue to tie it into the soft colors of the backsplash and to break up the white. The barstools are faux leather and can withstand anything from chocolate-y kids’ hands to spilled drinks without staining at all.” – Andrew Howard.
Cabinet paint color is Benjamin Moore White Diamond OC-61.
Counterstools: Blu Dot.
Lighting: Custom Ann Morris Rover Light – similar here.
Kitchen Faucet: Here.
Backsplash is Mosaic House Trocadero.
“This house does not have a formal dining room so the one place the homeowners can eat other than the island is here. We started with the curtain fabric which color scheme is very happy. The leaf theme carried from the chandelier and into different shapes on the art that reminded me of Matisse in some ways. The host chairs are taller and more comfortable while the side chairs are darker and in an outdoor fabric to withstand dogs, grandchildren or whatever comes their way.” – Andrew Howard.
Host Chairs: Hickory Chair – Martin Host Chair in Christopher Farr Peacock Indigo.
Blue Chairs: Hickory Chair – Madigan Side Chair in Perennials Hello Sailor – similar here.
Dining Table: Tritter Feefer Hadlock Dining Table.
Lighting: Vaughan Colombier Chandelier.
Art: Stephen Floyd.
Lamp: Jamie Young.
Console: Custom – Palecek.
Paint color is Benjamin Moore White Drifts OC-138.
Blue Garden Stool: Here.
Curtains: John Robshaw’s Umma Kashmir purchased through John Rosselli.
“I am not making the case that lavender trim is going to start being a thing in powder rooms, but in a sense I kind of am. I love taking an unexpected color out of a wallpaper and using it for the trim. The mirror is totally unexpected and I think that it works perfectly. The wallpaper by Katie Ridder has always been a favorite of mine and is really perfect in almost any powder room or small space.” – Andrew Howard.
Lavender Trim Paint Color: Benjamin Moore Persian Violet 1419.
Wallpaper: Katie Ridder Peony Blueberry wallpaper.
Sconce: Custom Coleen & Co – The Georgia Sconce in Benjamin Moore Tear Drop Blue.
Mirror: Serena and Lily.
“This room is on the first floor and is the primary guest room in the house. We painted the walls a soft blue, which was a great pair to the soft coral fabric on the headboard. Most likely if you were a guest due to proximity this would be the room you would stay in and we wanted it to feel light and welcoming.” – Andrew Howard.
Bedroom paint color is Benjamin Moore 2127-60 Feather Gray.
Bed & Bedding: Custom Built Bed by Edwards Upholstery in Rebecca Atwood’s Dot Dash. Custom Bedding from The Linen Ladies. Beautiful Beds: here.
Bench: Henredon Mimi Bench in John Robshaw’s Vintage Stripe Oyster.
Curtains: John Robshaw’s Fara Oyster.
Rug: Fibreworks Zira Arctic Gold – similar here.
Lamps: Vintage – similar here.
“I feel like every house needs wallpaper in at least one of the bedrooms… this paper with the climbing stalks felt perfect with the taller ceilings of this bedroom. By mixing pink and navy it’s a little something for the boys and something for the girls and the shaped headboard gives it a youthful feel.” – Andrew Howard.
Bed & Bedding: Custom Built Bed by Edwards Upholstery in Anna Spiro Paniola Multi Bright Pink/Navy/Green. Bedding is Matouk’s Lanai Coverlet and Euro Shams.
Curtains are Claremont Ciara Paisley.
Wallpaper is Clay McLaurein Studio’s Weeping Willow in Midnight.
Similar Pillows: Here.
“The family has 5 boys and 3 grandchildren. We wanted the rooms to feel gender neutral for the most part, but this one was certainly the most masculine of the bunch. The red white and blue palette started from the curtains and the end table is a vintage piece that we striped out to work with the fabrics.” – Andrew Howard.
Bedroom paint color is Benjamin Moore 1647 Silver Blue.
Bench: Lee Bench 9128-00 in China Seas Fiorentina Grande. Beautiful Bench: here.
Curtain Fabric: Ferrick Mason Brier Berry/Beige.
Art: Wendover Art Group – Laguna Waves.
Rug: Fibreworks Ribbon White Truffle – similar here.
Lamp: Currey & Co.
Bedroom Inspiration: ” I tend to use softer colors in master bedrooms. I think a master bedroom should first and foremost a place where you feel comfortable resting and not a place full of wild patterns and colors. The walls are actually wallpaper done in a cross hatch pattern in two colors and the end result is very soothing.” – Andrew Howard.
Wallpaper: Stephen Floyd Wallpaper in Benjamin Moore 710 Kensington Green and White.
Nightstands are Vintage with Vintage Lamps from Palm Beach Regency.
Rug is Crescent Bedford Cord Beige – similar here.
Bed is Tritter Feefer’s Custom Faith Bed with The Linen Ladies Custom Bedding.
Curtain Fabric: Alex Conroy’s Jaipur Solid Petals in Colorway Sky.
“This room was almost finished when we started. Because the sheetrock goes so high we wanted to have something to break it up and add pattern and texture to the room. We chose a small scale Quadrille paper which is very graphic against the neutral floor.” – Andrew Howard.
Mirror: Custom – similar here.
Bathroom Faucet: Rohl.
Wallpaper is Quadrille’s Long Fellow.
Sconces are Visual Comfort Bryant Sconce.
Neutral decor enhances the calming feel of this bathroom.
This bathroom makes me feel more relaxed just by looking at it… now, imagine being in that tub. 🙂
Similar Freestanding Bathtub: Here.
Light Fixture: Vaughan’s Zurich Lantern.
Garden Stool: Vintage – similar here.
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