Creative and cool, this three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath transitional style home in a new section of an established community needed to work for a growing family, all while fulfilling a couple’s day-to-day lifestyle. In signature style, each ceiling is its own individual work of art and built-in wall treatments mix materials and textures in a way that sets the house apart from the neighbors. The great room exemplifies this perfectly as narrow dark-stained maple beams emphasize inset tongue and groove millwork drawing the eye upward. A gorgeous spiked, black finished oversized pendant holds court over comfortable streamlined seating. Soft neutral furnishings work off the wide-plank light oak flooring. The judicious use of mineral blue textured wallcovering coupled with 3-dimensional wall tile makes the television media wall a memory point. And because the homeowners are not ones to shy away from drama, the home’s dining room fires on all cylinders thanks to more dark maple trim that defines the space which is matched in the floor pattern below. A multi-tiered chandelier and quartet of sconces create an abstract lighting performance showcasing art which brings the room’s square design to fruition. The home’s open kitchen is both functional and gorgeous thanks in part to a stunning and dramatic book matched, waterfall edge island in blue Arizona Shadow Quartzite, while crisp white cabinetry gives the room a timeless quality.
The space opens directly to an outdoor living area where a natural shell stone herringbone floor sets the stage for a luxurious yet natural vibe. Tying to the front elevation design of the home is the focal point of the lanai—a dimensional horizontal stone clad fireplace. This is the epitome of Florida living in style.