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The master bedroom sports a “spa-style teak bed, a study table from Jaipur and a cosy window seat that overlooks swathes of greenery, giving the space an earthy, ethnic look.” Wood cladding on the beam and a sliver of brick wall add warmth and texture to the space. Stucco walls behind the bed and sea-foam-green ceiling-height wardrobes with louvred panels on some of the doors gives the room a dash of colour and loads of personality.
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Pu'uwai Design & Construction
This gorgeous guest suite is light and bright perfect for any guest. The color pallet is mostly white with the addition of some bright pops of yellow and green, complimenting the lush landscaping surrounding the space. The bed covering is a white quilt with matching shams, a white duvet adds extra comfort, custom yellow throw pillows add pops of color to the fresh pallet. The bed is mango wood made custom in Indonesia, the nightstands are also mango wood made to match. The lamps are hand blown glass with natural woven shades. The artwork is by local artist Pepe. The woven blinds were custom ordered. The jute rug adds a natural touch and the warm gray tile floors keep things neutral.
Coconut Grove is Southwest of Miami beach near coral gables and south of downtown. It’s a very lush and charming neighborhood. It’s one of the oldest neighborhoods and is protected historically. It hugs the shoreline of Biscayne Bay. The 10,000sft project was originally built 17 years ago and was purchased as a vacation home. Prior to the renovation the owners could not get past all the brown. He sails and they have a big extended family with 6 kids in between them. The clients wanted a comfortable and causal vibe where nothing is too precious. They wanted to be able to sit on anything in a bathing suit. KitchenLab interiors used lots of linen and indoor/outdoor fabrics to ensure durability. Much of the house is outside with a covered logia. The design doctor ordered the 1st prescription for the house- retooling but not gutting. The clients wanted to be living and functioning in the home by November 1st with permits the construction began in August. The KitchenLab Interiors (KLI) team began design in May so it was a tight timeline! KLI phased the project and did a partial renovation on all guest baths. They waited to do the master bath until May. The home includes 7 bathrooms + the master. All existing plumbing fixtures were Waterworks so KLI kept those along with some tile but brought in Tabarka tile. The designers wanted to bring in vintage hacienda Spanish with a small European influence- the opposite of Miami modern. One of the ways they were able to accomplish this was with terracotta flooring that has patina. KLI set out to create a boutique hotel where each bath is similar but different. Every detail was designed with the guest in mind- they even designed a place for suitcases.