Behind the Interior Design Scenes: A Look into Contemporary Comfort
We are so excited to give sneak peeks into one of our latest residential interior design projects that we are currently finishing up in just three short weeks!
Located in Hollywood, Florida, the architecture of the existing home was Mediterranean, which was first popularized in the 1920’s and 1930’s in Florida and California. Characterized by the use of red Spanish tile and arches, this type of building can be a challenge to interior design firms to convert into a modern style. But of course, we are more than confident that WE CAN DO IT.
Please take a look at the before pictures, which include the home’s interior and exterior. On the outside, the house was dominated with arches and arched windows with white trim. Also, there are traditional columns, classic looking balconies and even large traditional planters.
These clients came to us wishing to update this more traditional South Florida home into a modern dream house, which they felt truly expressed their individual style and tastes.
Much of the interiors were also accented in a more traditional style, such as the crown molding, dark wood staircase and railing, kitchen cabinets and drapery. As with all of our discovery meetings, we measured and photographed the entire home’s interior and exterior, so that we could produce accurate floor plans and form a precise and creative Concept Presentation.
Want to see our Concept Presentation for this Mediterranean Hollywood, Florida home? Join us next time for some fantastic visuals.