Kitchen and Bath

With unexpected arches, the kitchen creates comfort and ease. A calming blue wash for the wall, the painted-white wood and metal cabinets harken back to French style with thick Carrara marble countertops.
An 8-foot cantilevered center island creates drama, and surrounding  walls are all walnut and designed to hide all appliances. There are  granite and stainless counters inside the cabinetry. A bronze hood is above the stove and the floor is a pale creamy marble.
A table of walnut cantilever into the space, it has no legs and is floating off the bookshelf. Materials are white lacquer, stainless, and coral rock.
The focal point of a kitchen in Miami is a sandblasted glass center island which has been sleekly designed to comingle, but not distract from the wrap around views.
The vibrant anthropomorphic  painting on a grey concrete wall is behind Hans Wegner's Wishbone chairs set around a dining room table.
A Miami Beach kitchen pairs zebra wood cabinetry with black Corian, and bold chartreuse chairs are pulled up to  a black stone table.
The marble kitchen, set against glass french windows, is given an element of fun through the blue glass cabinets and blue and white vase.
Designed and inspired by and artist’s workshop studio, the kitchen feels like and extension of his work place.
The rectangular stone table is mirrored compositionally in the rectangular kitchen behind it, garnished by a set of traditional copper pans.
A vibrant kitchen in a Canyon Ranch condo on Miami Beach. Here, turquoise lacquer cabinetry mix with tile in a diamond pattern of black, white and turquoise.
 The curtains are an architectural feature providing privacy and layering in the manner of a theatre set. A long fixed dining table in the same travertine as the floor seats up to 24 people while anchoring the kitchen.
The kitchen and dining area features an arabescato marble island, limed timber veneer on the walls and limestone tiles on the floor. Louis Ghost clear chairs from Kartell designed by Philippe Starck.
In a bathroom of a Miami house a Carrera marble sink and counter with atypical pendant lighting.
The clean edged marble island and simple bathtub lend the room a minimalist feel, while the pink stool gives it a whimsical spontaneity.
These luxuriant marble slabs are set against mirrored walls to create a sense of exaggerated space.  The arabescato slab marble has been used on floor and spans to the custom-made basin. Romeo Babe Soft wall lights designed by Philippe Starck and manufactured by Flos.
The highly patterned slabs of marble give the bathroom an almost abstract feel.
The pool Cabaña bathroom is a simple and modest space in which cross ventilation and the natural lights enhance the experience of bathing.
Classic old world design in a 1930s bathroom in a Palm Island home.
An elegant bathroom fashioned from pale woods and stone, is spacious and a cooling retreat from the hot Florida sun.
There are clerestory windows designed here allowing abundant natural sunlight to fill this bathroom, with a 10-foot sink, made of walnut and suspended floating stone.
The use of teak continues into the dressing area and master bath, forming the cabinetry and vanity. A milky, aqua-blue glass backsplash offers a cool contrast.

Kitchen & Bath interior design for your Miami home or condo

Today’s modern lifestyle has impacted how the kitchen is considered: From family  meals, entertaining, home offices, elaborate cooking parties, kitchens have become the heart of the home and have replaced family rooms and living rooms as the focal point for gatherings. They’ve increased in size,  technological advancement and meld function with style.  The same is true for the bath, which have become increasingly imaginative and luxurious. Don’t be surprised to see  Zen-like spaces where sleek, crisp, lines commingle with indulgent deep soaking tubs. Marble, exotic stone, tile and glass have added layers of elegance to those seen here.

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