Designed by W Design Interiors, this beautiful Florida condo features one of the most elegant coastal interiors I’ve seen in awhile.
With breathtaking oceanfront views, this spectacular residence defines coastal living. A gorgeous, basket-weave oak floor leads into a gracious entry. The woven wall covering features a shagreen mirror and natural wood console drawing the eye to a split-faced stone feature wall. Throughout the home, a cool watery palette of neutrals and blues creates a serene extension of the sea. Beautifully tailored custom upholstery and drapery in luxurious fabrics give this space a casual elegance. This transitional home with a hint of modern flare is perfect for entertaining, gathering with family, and enjoying the Naples beachfront views.
The moment you enter this space you are welcomed by organic materials such as the basketweave wood floors and the stone accent wall. Notice the tortoise shell sculptures. Aren’t they beautiful?
Floors: The floor is the original, existing oak floor in a basket weave pattern.
Accent Wall: Wall is a split-faced mosaic travertine.
Furniture: Lilian August deep cobalt blue chest with white marble top.
The geometric iron-framed hanging pendants are custom.
The burlap wallcovering in a Bowden Square pattern from Crezana. The entry mirror is a wide framed, concave shaped mirror in a shagreen finish.
The ocean view has truly inspired the decor in this living room. Sofas are custom by WHC in a Robert Allen linen canvas.
Custom Drapery: Mitered window pane in contrast fabric with an inset of wood bead trim.
Chandelier is from Visual Comfort.
Gorgeous linen draperies.
The living room features custom stained coffee table with small tables tucked under for extra surface space adorned with nickel hardware by W Home Collection, available through W Design Interiors. The custom ottoman is also by W Home Collection.
Behind the sofas, you will find a round sitting area with four WHC cream colored arm chairs with blue striped throw pillows and a Ralph Lauren woven seagrass table.
This coastal dining room is absolutely gorgeous! The custom linear chandelier is a WHC black iron frame lantern lighting with seeded glass.
Dining chairs feature an Osborne & Little linen fabric with pearl linen details under nickel nailheads.
Art: The painting is homeowner’s piece that was re-framed to fit into this space.
You can never go wrong with this classic coastal color palette!
Lamps & Tables: Custom painted tables beneath Ralph Lauren lamps in blue and white porcelain with silk shade.
Wall paint color is “Sherwin Williams SW 7036 Accessible Beige”.
Ottoman is a custom tufted Edelman leather over-under coffee table.
Chair Fabric: The custom chairs feature Lee Joffa chevron fabric in navy and cream.
Rug: Hand-carded and Hand-spun Himalayan wool and silk rug.
Can you picture yourself here with a good book? I surely can! What a peaceful place! I love the built in bookshelves, the paneled walls and the stunning coffered ceiling.
Floor lamps are from Visual Comfort and the console table is by Global Views.
Rug is from Stark Carpet.
The striped chairs are “Hickory Chair Wide Square Arm Chairs”.
This chic powder room features a geometric wallpaper and a vanity painted in a Metallic silver finish.
Wallpaper is Phillip Jeffries Imperial Gates. Mirror is by Century Furniture and chandelier is from Visual Comfort.
Blue Guest Bedroom
This guest bedroom feels very comfortable and it offers nice city views. Wallpaper is Phillip Jeffrey’s wallcovering in a subtle stripe. Bedding is a custom duvet in Designer’s Guild bold blue florals.
Bed: High Rock bed from Century Furniture in French Blue.
Black & White Guest Bedroom
There’s so much to love about this practical guest bedroom. My favorite thing? Those gorgeous white tufted beds! The tufted arch headboard and bed are from Lee industries. The woven benches, made of vintage saris are the Nico Bench by Made Goods.
Chair: Bernhardt Arielle Arm Chair w/ com fabric.
Bedding: Custom down pillows with black and white geometric pattern and black fringe .
Lighting: Currey and Company 9904 Cachet 4 Light Convertible Pendant / Flush.
Draperies are custom black and white verticals striped with black tassel fringe.
Beautiful master bedroom with an off-white poster bed and neutral grasscloth wallpaper. Bed is Hickory Chair Artisan Poster Bed.
Lighting: Sonneman Paramount ceiling light.
Chaise: Hickory Chair chaise in Bimini stripe fabric by Vervain.
Bench: Bernhardt Haven bench in ombre maze pattern by Groundworks.
The grey carpet is Karastan Lindley Park.
Endless ocean view… Isn’t it dreamy? The woven patio furniture is by Summer Classics.
Natural wood table is from the Ibollili Phillip Collection. Boulder breakfast table is Noir Furniture.
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Beautiful. I love the color. Neutral yet not so stark as we are seeing so much all white recently. The entire condo is so soothing and inviting.
Where did the light fixture come from, the WHC black iron frame lantern lighting with seeded glass for the dining area? Thank you
Like Susan, I like the colors, but , to my mind, the space is overloaded with furniture,esp. the living room.