This Jensen Beach waterfront residence was a labor of love in many ways. We redesigned the entire architecture inside and out to blend an original, charming Florida Home with a modern addition and main house. Crushed shell stone flows throughout the main floor spilling out and around the pool deck to give a feel of continuity between inside and out. Wood, metal, fabric, marble and the use of repurposed items as lighting and wall coverings make this house a one-of-a-kind design.


We started this projects with the client’s beautiful black grand piano as our starring element. We selected creamy whites, dark woods, and a variety of shades of blues. We added a custom barn door with an Asian line pattern and real glass in the upper half to allow natural light to stream in and bounce off the piano and floor finishes.


This waterfront project was a delight to bring to fruition.  The homeowners were very savvy and involved in all of it.  The main focus was to enlarge the kitchen to accommodate a family of six and also create an upscale, home office. The blush color of the kitchen walls played a special part in accenting the live edge counters and the ridged, white washed cabinet panels.

The owner carefully gathered vintage shelving and light fixtures which were used for open storage on her personally handmade mirrored wall. We positioned an over-sized farm sink to face the serene water front and frame the space. The family of 6 adheres to special dietary needs and it was fun to work with specific dimensions in our cabinetry plan to store culinary items.

A new home office area was created behind a custom, glass sliding door on stainless steel hardware.  

The glass door gives privacy for a conference call but allows you to see the action of the kitchen.

The original tiny kitchen is the  venue for the  new, sleek home office.  The homeowners were able to find an antique curved writers desk which is uniquely prominent behind the glass door.  We also selected the office to host a well stocked bar & beverage center on a handsome glass tile wall.

It makes a special spot for social gatherings at sunset.  Cheers!


This interior centered around beautiful blues and an elegant, yet tropical Florida design that flowed from the exterior through the entire home.  We selected mixes of sea, sky and sand colors with bold accents and multi-textured elements to bring this design together. Reclaimed woods, with various finishes added texture, interest and a rustic feel.


This Okeechobee ranch residence and cattle farm was a unique project. The owner wanted the interior to reflect his ranching lifestyle. He wanted an interior where his cowboy boots looked right at home. We used animal prints, reclaimed woods, solid wood furnishings, rustic hardware, animal skulls and antlers and dark earth tones throughout the home. We added pops of greenery and a few unique chandeliers for a delicate contrast.


Hemingway was the inspiration for this game room paradise. We used brick, reclaimed woods, wicker and colored glass to give this game room a feel of stepping back in time to Hemingway’s Havana residence. For Hemingway, Cuba was a special place to relax, so we wanted to make this game room a unique place to relax and enjoy.


Our client is a yacht captain. He wanted us to capture the feeling of a captain’s life in our interior design. For this project, we selected natural materials, subtly typical of a luxury yacht. We combined stainless steel, stone, quartz, glass, wicker, hardwoods and low mood-lighting for a refined interior design expression.


You know it’s going to be a fun project when you get to play with Life Size Lincoln Logs. This project required vision and an eye toward both architect and interior design.  Massive, grand exposed timber beams were sourced, styled, and engineered for the focal point of the ceiling encompassing the unique design of the great room. A showstopper island hood that hovers over natural live edge counter areas is the main attraction in the open kitchen design.  

Reminiscent of the old west we custom designed a brick accent wall and increased the textural grout joints. Sexy, off black painted walls, make the stained tongue and groove cypress a happy union. Antiques were carefully collected to add interest and depth to the home. 

It makes you feel as if you might be in a lodge out west in a magnificent ranch!