A custom deco inspired sofa holds court with a 1930's cocktail table,  creating an intimate seating area in a South Florida bedroom.
The double height living room has a pair of Billy Baldwin shelves and a L-shaped sofa.
The architect re-imagined house as a pleasure pavilion in a garden where the distinction between outside and inside is erased. The vision of the house seamlessly integrated both the new open lay-out with a careful placement of both objects and furniture. The sofa was custom made and the armchairs are by Jean-Michel Frank. <br />
The 1920's light fixture was by Carl Hallberg.  The columns are French limestone and the flooring is coral limestone.<br />
There's something timeless and glamorous about traditional luxury in Florida with a modern pool.
Shades of pale pink and red make for a colorful back drop in an elegant South Florida bedroom.
This house by the bay was built in 1935 during Miami’s Art deco heyday. What is  unique about the house is the Palladian (the 16th century Italian architect) influences
A custom sofa L-shaped sofa,  based on a vintage sofa that wouldn't have fit in this space, the face of the cushions,  is upholstered with Holland & Sherry fabric and embroidery.  with old bookcases Billy Baldwin. The space is a Coral Gables take on old Hollywood.
The dining table and chairs are by Jean-Michel Frank, from Gallery BAC in New York. The 1930s rug is Swedish; custom-made pedestals of French limestone support Swedish cast-iron urns from the ’20s.
The designer chose an interesting shade of tangerince to repaint the exterior stucco, changing it from what was a dull yellow, in a Mediterranean style home in Miami.
Oversized antique Venetian sconces flank a custom made linen bed in a soothing and open Florida bedroom.
A  airy living room overlooking the ocean, with a mix of tradition, and lighter more contemporary elements, to assure comfort for the Florida lifestyle.
Pops of color compliment a neutral palette in waterfront family room in Southern Florida.
The same fabric covers the wall, sofa and ottoman, to make a cozy family room comfortable. The  leather club chair looks vintage, but is from Ralph Lauren.
1954 Mediteranean style stucco painted tangerine color, changing it from a dull yellow.
A double height living room in a Coral Gables home evokes the luxe 1950s atmosphere. A chandelier was custom made using vintage glass, adds drama to the space.Geometry of carpet made at John Rosselli.
Incredibly dramatic Chinese seven-foot high urns and a 19th French daybed.
Custom cabinetry designed for the space and was handcrafted in India. The beautiful ottoman is also custom in a raspberry suede color and elegant nail heads.
The beams have been painted out, and a casual elegance is added to the room by the grass cloth covered walls.

Classic or traditional interior design for your Miami home

Drawing upon a rich history and influence from the decorative arts, classic design is also often referred to as “traditional.” Grand 1920s and 1920s homes in Miami and Palm Beach have their own version of classic that is uniquely Floridian. Many years innovation and cultural savoir-faire give this style substantial depth. Distinctive ideas that have evolved over many periods infuse classic decor with signature characteristics:  sumptuous fabrics, decorative trims, assortments of moldings, and carved and sculptural furnishings.  A great deal of value is placed on comfort  as well as what is pleasing to the eye. In essence, classic design is timeless.

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