Frank Maguire, Foyer

Frank Maguire’s foyer invites guests to explore this gorgeous showhouse. Minor touch-ups to the existing wall mural with its whimsical images of plants and animals let the walls do the talking. Dark mahogany-colored carpet on the stairs contrasts the white woodwork, encouraging visitors to view the second floor.

See more of this foyer on the following slides.

Interior design: Frank Maguire, Quigley Maguire Interiors, 301 Northeast 2nd Ave., Delray Beach, FL 33444; 561/450-7471, quigleymaguire.com

Faux artist: Maria A. Ranieri Custom Art, 561/969-2067.
Carpet (“Quality Diamond”/Mahogany): Stark Carpet, 212/752-9000, starkcarpet.com.
Ceiling and trim paint (“Designer White”): Pratt & Lambert, 800/289-7728, prattandlambert.com.

Frank Maguire, Foyer

An oversize pendant light by Paul Ferrante punctuates the ceiling.

Star pendant light (“Starwood Pendant”): Paul Ferrante, 323/653-4142, paulferrante.com. Available through John Rosselli & Assoc., 212/593-2060, johnrosselliassociates.com.

Frank Maguire, Foyer

Beautiful stained-glass windows let a kaleidoscope of light spill into the foyer. Trim and ceiling paint is from Pratt & Lambert.

Stained glass windows: original to house.
Vases: Quigley Maguire Collections, 561/450-7471, quigleymaguire.com.

Frank Maguire, Foyer

Designer Frank Maguire.

William Eubanks and D. Mitchell Brown, Living Room

A neutral palette provides the ideal foundation for an eclectic mix of furnishings and textures in William R. Eubanks’ and D. Mitchell Brown’s lavish living room. A custom sectional sofa divides the narrow room, giving it balance and definition. Stealing the show are rock crystal obelisks from Madagascar and a gilded metal-and-glass blossom chandelier.

See more of this living room on the following slides.

Interior design: William Eubanks and D. Mitchell Brown, William R. Eubanks Interior Design Inc., 340 Worth Ave., Palm Beach, FL 33480; 561/805-9335, williamreubanks.com.

Sectional sofa (custom, by William R. Eubanks); sofa pillows (custom): William R. Eubanks Interior Design Inc., 561/805-9335, williamreubanks.com.
Sofa fabric (“Michigan Tiger Eye” #3395/04); sofa pillow, left (“Jim’s Dream II”/Linen #3362/01); sofa pillow, middle (“Flags”/Neutral #3299/05); sofa pillow, right (Jim’s Dream II”/Linen #3362/01); throw, front (“Flags”/Neutral #3299/05); throw, back (“Kosa Pan”/Espresso #3379/01): Jim Thompson, 800/262-0336, jimthompson.com. Available through Jerry Pair & Assoc., 954/923-3330, jerrypair.com.
Reading light over sofa (“Cedric Hartman Floor Lamp” #90-CO): Jerry Pair & Assoc., 954/923-3330, jerrypair.com.
Drapery (“Mineral Tree”/Sand #3361/03); sheers (“Samui Desert”/Beige #130024): Jim Thompson, 800/262-0336, jimthompson.com. Available through Jerry Pair & Assoc., 954/923-3330, jerrypair.com.
Fabrication: William R. Eubanks Interior Design Workroom, 561/805-9335, williamreubanks.com.
Drapery hardware in silver leaf finish (Finial #84, center supports #61, 13/8-inch smooth rods, end caps #14): van Gregory & Norton, vangregoryandnorton.com. Available through Jerry Pair & Assoc., 954/923-3330, jerrypair.com.
Iron drapery rings and brackets: Twisted Dimensions, 901/363-0559.
Table lamp on sofa end table (“Glass Amethyst Blob Lamp” with 18-inch Dove Satin Shade #GLB/31-AME, by Porta Romana): Jerry Pair & Assoc., 954/923-3330, jerrypair.com.
Coffee table base (“Strider Cocktail Table Base” #498-010); coffee table top (onyx #P-900-63): Ironies, 510/644-2100, ironies.com.
Wedgwood vases (pair of early 20th-century Wedgwood Jasperware lidded urn forms with Greco-Classical relief figures, The Dancing Hours, a design attributed to John Flaxman); obelisks (rock crystal); blue bowl (antique, pale turquoise crackle glazed Chinese porcelain bowl): William R. Eubanks Interior Design Inc., 561/805-9335, williamreubanks.com.
Area rug (“Taj Jute Rug Kochi” #685): Carpet Source, 954/925-1303.
Chandelier (“Blossom Chandelier with Glass Detail” #MCL/18): Porta Romana, portaromana.co.uk, through Jerry Pair & Assoc., 954/923-3330, jerrypair.com. Screen (custom): William R. Eubanks Interior Design Inc., 561/805-9335, williamreubanks.com.
Screen fabric, front (“Kosa Pan”/Expresso #3379/01); screen fabric, back (“Citra” #2065/02): Jim Thompson, 800/262-0336, jimthompson.com. Available through Jerry Pair & Assoc., 954/923-3330, jerrypair.com.  
Table (c.1830, Directoire-stye table with parquetry and marquetry strapping on the top surface and trim): William R. Eubanks Interior Design Inc., 561/805-9335, williamreubanks.com.
Chairs (“Alisa Vanity Chairs” #MSC 1601): Madeline Stuart, 310/657-8200, madelinestuart.com.
Chair-seat fabric (“Parallel Rima”/Pearl #3234/01): Jim Thompson, 800/262-0336, jimthompson.com. Available through Jerry Pair & Assoc., 954/923-3330, jerrypair.com.
Wall paint (“Feather Gray” #32-27, flat finish): Pratt & Lambert, 800/289-7728, prattandlambert.com.
Black trim paint (“Urban Bronze” #SW7048): Sherwin-Williams, 800/474-3794, sherwinwilliams.com.

William Eubanks and D. Mitchell Brown, Living Room

“We kept to our mantra of creating timeless, elegant comforts,” Eubanks explains. A folding screen detailed with Thai gods and goddesses stands behind a polished black marble bust of a regal Nubian mounted on a marble base.

Pedestal (c. 19th-century, hollow-form of cast plaster); bust on pedestal (polished black marble carved portrait bust of a Nubian male, mounted on siena marble socle base, Italian, c. 1920s): William R. Eubanks Interior Design Inc., 561/805-9335, williamreubanks.com.

William Eubanks and D. Mitchell Brown, Living Room

Shiny silks, nubby linens, polished metals, and an oversized hemp-sisal rug accessorize the space. Clean lines, like the elegant black trim around the ceiling, keep the room feeling contemporary amid exotic furnishings.

Mantel: original to house.
Fireplace surround (custom painted aged iron with tempered frosted glass by William R. Eubanks): William R. Eubanks Interior Design Inc., 561/805-9335, williamreubanks.com.
Chairs by mantel (“Ceres Chair” #335-01): Ironies, 510/644-2100, ironies.com.
Chair-seat fabric (“Parallel”/Mushroom #3104/01): Jim Thompson, 800/262-0336, jimthompson.com. Available through Jerry Pair & Assoc., 954/923-3330, jerrypair.com.
Stool between chairs (“Thebes Stool” with black lacquer #MSC 1403): Madeline Stuart, 310/657-8200, madelinestuart.com.
Sconces (“Trailing Blossom wall Light” with taupe silk shade #TWL/68, by Porta Romana): Jerry Pair & Assoc., 954/923-3330, jerrypair.com.
Mirror (“Porcupine Quill Mirror” #D-35): J.F. Chen, 323/466-9700, jfchen.com.
Plate on mantel (19th-century Chinese Bi disk on black metal stand); candleholders (19th-century hand-molded glazed white porcelain elephant form josticks): William R. Eubanks Interior Design Inc., 561/805-9335, williamreubanks.com.
Lounge chair (custom, by William R. Eubanks): William R. Eubanks Interior Design Inc., 561/805-9335, williamreubanks.com.
Lounge-chair fabric (“New Khmer”/Camino #1391/01) pillow in lounge chair (“Jim’s Dream II”/Linen #3362/01): Jim Thompson, 800/262-0336, jimthompson.com. Available through Jerry Pair & Assoc., 954/923-3330, jerrypair.com.

William Eubanks and D. Mitchell Brown, Living Room

Behind the desk, a large black-and-white portrait of an African Maasai warrior serves as an eye-catching focal point.

Console (“Bodensee Console” with antiques mirrored glass #433-01); bench under console (“Danica Bench” #354); bench cushion (“Grappa” gray cowhide): Ironies, 510/644-2100, ironies.com.
Art over console (Masai Warrior Initiate, Kenya, by Dana Gluckstein): Holden Luntz Gallery, 561/805-9550, holdenluntz.com.
Lamps on console (“Samburu Man Lamp”/Samburu Black with Gold #VLB23M; “Samburu Woman Lamp”/Samburu Black with Gold #VLB23W; with Fez Dove satin shade, by Porta Romana): Jerry Pair & Assoc., 954/923-3330, jerrypair.com.
Photo frames (gray and cream-colored shagreen surface applied photo frames): William R. Eubanks Interior Design Inc., 561/805-9335, williamreubanks.com.
Sculpture on console: designer’s collection.

William Eubanks and D. Mitchell Brown, Living Room

Designers William R. Eubanks and D. Mitchell Brown.

Melissa Ziober and Noe Guerra, Powder Room

Quince branches and Asian-inspired vases flank an antique Chinese console from the White Lotus Collection in Melissa Ziober and Noe Guerra’s peaceful powder room. To maintain the historical home’s integrity, the NXG Studio design team first restored the walls, moldings, and floor. “The space is traditional while still feeling modern and fresh,” Ziober says.

See more of this powder room on the following slide.

Interior design: Melissa Ziober and Noe X. Guerra, NXG Studio, 743 Tradewind Drive, North Palm Beach, FL 33408; 561/337-8786, nxgstudio.com.

Console (antique); urns and accessories on console: White Lotus Collection, 561/420-8072 and 561/793-6400, whitelotuscollection.net.
Mirror over console; large urns flanking console: NXG Studio, 561/337-8786, nxgstudio.com.
Sconces: Heath & Co., 561/833-0880, heathlighting.net.
Wall covering (#W3038-112): Kravet, 888/457-2838, kravet.com.
Wall covering installation: Wallpaper by Wendy, 561/351-8707.
Ceiling and trim paint (“Designer White”): Pratt & Lambert, 800/289-7728, prattandlambert.com.

Melissa Ziober and Noe Guerra, Powder Room

A grass-cloth wall covering by Kravet adds texture but doesn’t compete with the room’s soft teal and coral undertones. Above the sink, a circular mirror lures eyes upward, drawing attention to the arched wall and making the small space seem larger.

Sink: Kohler, 800/456-4537, kohler.com.
Faucet: through Miller’s Fine Decorative Hardware, 561/746-4800, millershardware.com.
Mirror over sink (“Cerchio Mirror” #402-007-456, custom painted to match wall covering): Ebanista, 800/570-1087, ebanista.com.

Powder Room

The powder room was designed by Melissa Ziober (above) & Noe Guerra.

Joseph Pubillones, Dining Room

“When you sit down at a dining table, you should be transported to a special place,” says designer Joseph Pubillones. This space does just that. With pieces from different decades—including a folk art metal bombé chest, Louis XVI reproduction chairs, and a Murano chandelier dating from the 1960s—the dining room is reminiscent of another era.

See more of this dining room on the following slides.

Interior design: Joseph Pubillones, Joseph Pubillones Interiors, 44 Cocoanut Row, Suite T-14, Palm Beach, FL 33480; 561/655-1717, jp-interiors.com.

Table (by Pedro Friedeberg): collection of Joseph Pubillones Interiors, 561/655-1717, jp-interiors.com.
Wing chairs (custom): New Design Furniture, 954/733-9840, newdesignfurniture.net.
Wing-chair fabric (“Symphony”/Pewter): Beacon Hill, 800/333-3777, beaconhildesign.com.
Side chairs and armchairs (Louis XVI reproduction): collection of Joseph Pubillones Interiors, 561/655-1717, jp-interiors.com.
Side-chair fabric (“Key Maze”/Coin): Beacon Hill, 800/333-3777, beaconhilldesign.com.
Wine glasses with amber stems (from Murano, Italy); wine glasses (from Murano, Italy); tall-stemmed glasses (from Murano, Italy); flatware; china (by Meissen): Mary Mahoney, 561/655-8288.
Red vases (Japanese Kutani): Hillcrest Antiques Ltd., 561/833-1980, hillcrestantiques.com.
Bombé chest (folk art): designer’s collection.
Oriental rug: Stark Carpet, 212/752-9000, starkcarpet.com.
Art over bombé chest (by Tony Arruza); sculpture on bombé chest (by Lia Jimenez): Mary Woerner Fine Arts, 561/832-3233, marywoernerfinearts.com.
Framing: JF Gallery, 561/478-8281, jfgallery.com.
Lamps on bombé chest (“Stacked Crystal Lamps”): Ralph Lauren Home, 888/475-7674, ralphlaurenhome.com.
Wall sconces; chandelier (Degli Albizzi, Florence, Italy, c. 1960s); tall plant stands: collection of Joseph Pubillones Interiors, 561/655-1717, jp-interiors.com.
Drapery (“Havre”/Frost); sheers (“Rocky Hill”/Frost): Beacon Hill, 800/333-3777, beaconhilldesign.com.
Drapery trim (“Greek Key Braid”/Silver): Robert Allen, 800/333-3777, robertallendesign.com.
Drapery hardware (forged iron): Pottery Barn, 800/922-5507, potterybarn.com.
Wall and trim paint (“Chiswell Gray” #CW701); ceiling paint (“Salmon Light” #CW205): Pratt & Lambert, 800/289-7728, prattandlambert.com.  
Silver chair: Decorations of Palm Beach, 561/655-9727, decorationspb.com.
Art above chair, top (by Pieter Keil); art above chair, bottom (by Paul Hirokawa): Mary Woerner Fine Arts, 561/832-3233, marywoernerfinearts.com.
Framing: JF Gallery, 561/478-8281, jfgallery.com.

Dining Room

Walls painted Pratt & Lambert gray accentuate intense orange accents like the Oriental patchwork rug. Side chairs are covered in the high-contrast “Key Maze” fabric from Beacon Hill, which strikes a more modern note.

Joseph Pubillones, Dining Room

Feminine-looking legs on the table add a bit of whimsy to the formal room.

Joseph Pubillones, Dining Room

Designer Joseph Pubillones.

Joseph Cortes and Kevin Marnell, Den

Playful patterns, punches of color, and a retro rug from Stark Carpet set the bold style of the den designed by Joseph Cortes and Kevin Marnell. Silver-leaf wall panels frame a colorful Francesco Clemente painting, and screens hiding built-in cabinets transform the once-predictable space. The HomeLife Interiors stylists used metallic grass cloth and horn sconces to decorate walls, while linen-upholstered chairs coax guests to relax.

See more of this cozy den on the following slides.

Interior design: Joseph Cortes and Kevin Marnell, HomeLife Interiors, 3506 S. Dixie Hwy, West Palm Beach, FL 33405; 561/659-2404, hlinteriors.com.

Pair of chairs (custom): HomeLife Interiors, 561/659-2404, hlinteriors.com.
Chair fabric (#30628-106): Kravet, 888/457-2838, kravet.com.
Pillows on chairs, back (crocodile stamped leather); vintage.
Striped pillows on chairs, front (#7160-06): Romo, 800/338-2783. romo.com.
Round table between chairs (vintage); sculpture on round table (plaster Roman torso); leaf bowl on table (vintage): designer’s collection.
Painting behind chairs (Pendant, by Clemente): Palm Beach Art, palmbeachart.com.
Wall covering behind art (“Golden Age Foil”); wall covering (“Metalium”); area rug (“Hexagon House” by David Hicks): Stark Carpet, 212/752-9000, starkcarpet.com.
Screens (custom, white lacquer with Ultrasuede): HomeLife Interiors, 561/659-2404, hlinteriors.com.
Wall sconce (“Horn Sconce”): Barbara Cosgrove Lamps, 816/221-3461, barbaracosgrovelamps.com.
Statue at doorway (antique temple statue): Asian Accents, 561/671-9977, asianaccentspb.com.
Console (custom, rifted oak, iron, reclaimed wood); accessories: HomeLife Interiors, 561/659-2404, hlinteriors.com.  

Joseph Cortes and Kevin Marnell, Den

The sleek lines of the furniture mingle with abundant texture in the grass cloth wall covering, retro rug, and faux-fur pillows for a one-of-a-kind effect. “We wanted to make a modern, graphic statement,” Cortes says.

Sofa (“Tuxedo Sofa”): Donghia, 800/366-4442, donghia.com.
Sofa fabric, bolster-pillow fabric (“Soft Croc”/Marshmallow #7): Maxwell Fabrics, 800/663-1159, maxwellfabrics.com.
Bolster-pillow trim (tribal wood beads): vintage.
Fur pillows (faux coyote): Walfab, 800/329-0188, walfab.net.
Striped pillow and trim: Mac Fabrics, 855/622-3227. macfabrics.net.
Coffee table (“Kelton”): Arteriors Home, 877/488-8866, arteriorshome.com
Vase on coffee table (vintage ceramic column vase): designer’s collection.
End table (“Langham Side Table” #LAN-100-94): Bungalow 5, 212/947-1500, bungalow5.com.
Art above end table (Abstracts 1,2,3,4, by Clemente): Palm Beach Art, palmbeachart.com.
Drapery (“Fleming”/Natural #03, Sheer Bliss Collection): Norbar Fabrics, 800/645-8501, norbarfabrics.com.
Drapery lining (“Stout,” discontinued): Maxwell Fabrics, 800/663-1159, maxwellfabrics.com.
Drapery hardware (Estate Collection): Restoration Hardware, 800/910-9836, restorationhardware.com.
Blinds: original to home.

Joseph Cortes and Kevin Marnell, Den

Artwork hangs above a second side table in the corner for symmetry. The contemporary table lamp is from Global Views.

Table lamp (“Fortune Teller Lamp” #8.81272): Global Views, 888/956-0030, globalviews.com.

Joseph Cortes and Kevin Marnell, Den

Designers Joseph Cortes & Kevin Marnell.

Melody Smith, Kitchen

Designer Melody Smith refreshed the kitchen while keeping it consistent with the age of the home. Antique furnishings like a Belgian butcher block that shows cuts from years of use offset the modern, white-on-white tile backsplash and brushed-nickel hardware.

See more of this kitchen on the following slide.

Interior design: Melody Smith, Melody Smith Interiors, 561/309-5440, melodysmithinteriors.com.

Cabinetry; hardware: existing. 
Backsplash under perimeter cabinetry ((120 mm/40 mm, color, “Breeze”): Elementile, 855/791-7688, elementile.net.
Cooktop: existing.
Copper pot: Inocuivre, debuyer.com.
Hanging light over island: vintage.
Wall ovens; microwave; refrigerator: existing.
Faucets (#7560CSL): Moen, 800/289-6636, moen.com.
Sinks (Corian): existing.
Wood server (Belgian butcher block); mirror over server: vintage.
Wall covering (“Bankun Rafia”/Straw): Thibaut, 800/523-0704, thibautdesign.com.
Ceiling paint (“Ceiling white”): Behr, 877/237-6158, behr.com.

Melody Smith, Kitchen

White appliances, cabinetry, and countertops contrast with sunny yellow vinyl grass-cloth wall covering. “My challenge was to refresh the room while keeping it consistent with the age of the home,” Smith explains.

China cabinet; cabinet finish; cabinet curtains: existing.
Green paint inside cabinet: custom color-match to the pear.
Dinnerware: vintage.
Pear sculpture; glass canisters: designer’s collection.

Melody Smith, Kitchen

Sunny window shades from Norbar Fabrics tame the abundant Florida sunshine, which is bounced around the kitchen with help from the all-white cabinetry, countertops, and backsplash.

Faucet (#7560CSL): Moen, 800/289-6636, moen.com.
Sink (Corian); countertop (Corian): existing.
Window shades: Norbar Fabrics, 800/645-8501, norbarfabrics.com.

Melody Smith, Kitchen

Designer Melody Smith.

Allan Reyes, Library

Chartreuse walls, shots of yellow, and graphic black-and-white carpet from Stark ensure that Allen Reyes’s library leaves a lasting impression. “I wanted guests to see how good design can make an ordinary room come to life,” Reyes says. A matching taffeta fabric conceals an elevator shaft.

See more of this zesty library on the following slides.

Interior design: Allan Reyes, Allan Reyes Interior Design, 3632 S. Dixie Hwy, West Palm Beach, FL 33405; 561/655-9727, allanreyesinteriors.com. Decorations of Palm Beach, 561/655-9727, decorationspb.com.

Sofa (custom, “Provence Sectional”): Allan Reyes Interiors, 561/655-9727, allanreyesinteriors.com.
Sofa fabric (“Nixon”/Snow #002): Norbar Fabrics, 800/645-8501, norbarfabrics.com.
Pillow-front fabric (“Lime Silk Wave”): Britex Fabrics, 415/392-2910, britexfabrics.com.
Pillow-back fabric (“Tosca”/Peridot): Norbar Fabrics, 800/645-8501, norbarfabrics.com.
Table lamps (19th-century female figure lamps): Decorations of Palm Beach, 561/655-9727, decorationspb.com.
Horse photo (Spirit of the Horse, by Bob Langrish): Bob Langrish, 011 44 145 277 0140, boblangrish.com.
Wall fabric behind photograph (“Tosca”/Granny Smith): Norbar Fabrics, 800/645-8501, norbarfabrics.com.
Striped rug  (“Venezia”/Ebony, Missoni Collection): Stark Carpet, 212/752-9000, starkcarpet.com.
Rug in foreground (American 20th-century rug): Decorations of Palm Beach, 561/655-9727, decorationspb.com.
Bench in front of sofa (Louis XVI-style bench): Allan Reyes Interiors, 561/655-9727, allanreyesinteriors.com.
Bench fabric (“Supersoft”/Fog #SS01): Edelman Leather, 800/886-8339, edelmanleather.com. Cashmere throw (custom): Pratesi, 212/288-2315, pratesi.com.
Small ceramic stool: Mandarin Antiques, 404/467-1577.

Allan Reyes, Library

The punchy palette was inspired by Queen Charlotte’s drawing room in Buckingham Palace.

Chairs (vintage McGuire, for similar, “Barbara Barry Lunette Lounge Chair” #A-65): McGuire Furniture, 415/241-1228, mcguirefurniture.com.
Slipcover fabric (“Nixon”/Snow #002); blue trim on slipcovers (“Tosca”/Teal, colorway discontinued): Norbar Fabrics, 800/645-8501, norbarfabrics.com.
Pillows on chairs (“Tangerine Silk Oriental”): Britex Fabrics, 415/392-2910, britexfabrics.com.
Trim and backing on pillows (“Tosca”/Peridot): Norbar Fabrics, 800/645-8501, norbarfabrics.com.
Table between chairs (custom, “Stephanie Table”): Allan Reyes Interiors, 561/655-9727, allanreyesinteriors.com.
Wall lights flanking fireplace (“Swing Arm Lamps #HL-1260): Hinson Lighting, 914/881-1473, hinsonlighting.com.
Art over mantel (by Kenneth Noland): Decorations of Palm Beach, 561/655-9727, decorationspb.com.
Accessories on mantel (custom perspex stands with 19th-century vermeil dolphin figures): Allan Reyes Interiors, 561/655-9727, allanreyesinteriors.com.
Wall paint (“Lime Rickey” #SW6717): Sherwin-Williams, 800/474-3794, sherwin-williams.com.
Ceiling paint (custom, gilded silver leaf): Don LaBadie Painting, 561/860-4313.
Shade fabric (“Tosca”/Granny Smith): Norbar Fabrics, 800/645-8501, norbarfabrics.com.

Allan Reyes, Library

Shelves filled with domestic objects—the antique chargers were used by monks as food bowls—and artwork like the horse photograph above the linen sofa create a calming atmosphere.

Pottery (Ming ceramics): Mandarin Antiques, 404/467-1577.

Allan Reyes, Library

Designer Allan Reyes.

Jobe Lopez, Front Entrance

Intriguing lanterns, terra-cotta pots overflowing with Cyperus papyrus, and jasmine climbing the walls soften the architecture of the home’s exterior. “We wanted the entrance to serve as an invitation to experience all the beautiful things the showhouse has to offer,” notes designer Jobe Lopez.

See more of this entrance on the following slide.

Interior design: Jobe Lopez, Lopez Group Inc. of Palm Beach, P.O. Box 2065, Palm Beach, FL 33480; 561/514-8440, lopezgroupofpalmbeach.com.
 
Large containers (“Greek Jars”); blue containers (“French Anduze Urns”); small covered urns (concrete castings of French glazed terra-cotta lanterns): Lauren & Co. Inc., 561/310-4485.
Plantings: Cottage Garden Shop, 561/514-8813.
Exterior lighting: original to house.

Jobe Lopez, Front Entrance

The portico, with its white steps, also plays host to aloes, kalanchoes, and Bougainvillea glabra plants. A variety of containers—we love the bright blue urns by Lauren & Co.—creates a memorable welcome.

Jobe Lopez, Front Entrance

Designer Jobe Lopez.

Danielle Wolf, Covered Pool Area

Designed by Danielle Wolf, the distinguished outdoor loggia is a magical getaway. Pretty blue-and-green outdoor fabrics by P. Kaufmann and Waverly pop on the sumptuous settee with prime pool views.

See more of this beautiful loggia on the following slides.

Interior design: Danielle Wolf, D. Wolf Interior Design, 1232 Raintree Lane, Wellington, FL 33414; 239/682-9782.

Pagoda: original to house. Settee (wrought-iron, heirloom): vintage.
Striped settee cushions (“Irving”/Pool); floral settee cushions (“Fishbowl”/Aquamarine #673951, by Waverly): P/Kaufmann, 877/292-8375, pkcontract.com
Toss pillow on settee (“Bistro Stripe”/Turquoise #7037): Outdura Fabric, 866/688-3872, outdura.com.
Ceramic stools (“Lattice Ceramic Stool”/White): The Well Appointed House, LLC, amazon.com.
Tall lantern by ceramic stool; small lantern on stool; hanging lanterns; area rug: for similar, Pottery Barn, 800/922-5507, potterybarn.com.
Hanging lanterns: Amazon.com.

Danielle Wolf, Covered Pool Area

The series of hanging lanterns—Wolf’s favorite design element—was inspired by the homeowner’s own pieces. “There were a few hanging from beams, but I thought the impact should be multiplied,” Wolf explains. “Thirty-two lanterns, numerous programmable outdoor ‘candles,’ and many bags of moss later, the desired effect was achieved.”

Danielle Wolf, Covered Pool Area

Many of the thirty-two lanterns used to decorate the loggia were scooped up on Amazon.com; the rest are from Pottery Barn.

Danielle Wolf, Covered Pool Area

Designer Danielle Wolf.

Daryl McCann, Living Wall

This luscious living wall is a twist on the typical backyard. Designed by landscape architect Daryl McCann, the unexpectedly vertical garden creates a stunning and decidedly modern effect. “It’s a different approach to what a garden is and where it’s supposed to go,” McCann explains.

See more from this garden wall on the following slide.

Landscape architect: Daryl McCann, Gregory Lombardi Design Inc., 44 Cocoanut Row, #T-6, Palm Beach, FL 33480; 561/228-1467, lombardidesign.com.

Interlocking pavers: Ricardo Vasquez, Artistic Paver Mfg. Inc., 305/653-7283, artisticpavers.com.
Paver installation: John Mantis, TMS Construction Services, 954/292-2956. 
Wall installation: Jim Shelhamer, J. Shelhamer Landscape Inc., 561/798-2807.
Irrigation services: Craig Lewis, Be Green Outdoor Services, LLC, 561/951-0986.
Furniture: Gloster, gloster.com

Daryl McCann, Living Wall

The three-panel planted wall features flowering beach perennials—all sun-, wind-, and salt-tolerant. Bright blue urns add pops of vibrant color to the green scene.

Daryl McCann, Living Wall

Designer Daryl McCann.

Jacqueline Armour, Sun Deck

Surrounded by palm trees and overlooking the pool, Jackie Armour’s sun deck is Palm Beach at its best. The spacious outdoor sofa with canopy by Lee Industries isn’t just inviting, it also offers protection from the Florida sun.

See more from this sun deck on the following slides.

Interior design: Jacqueline Armour, JMA Interior Decoration Inc., 1935 Commerce Lane, Suite 10, Jupiter, FL 33458; 561/743-9668, jmainteriordecoration.com.

Sofa (“Oleander Outdoor Sofa with Canopy” #U101-03); fabric (“Spinnaker”/Salt): Lee Industries, 800/892-7150, leeindustries.com. ” #7700-20K.
Toss-pillow fabrics, from left (“Loop de Loop Print”/Azure #174700, by Trina Turk; “Carmel Coastline”/Sulfur #174692, by Trina Turk; “Soleil L.A. Print”/Aqua #174730, by Trina Turk): Schumacher, 800/523-1200, fschumacher.com.
Coffee table (“Strike Coffee Table,” by Actona): Home Koncepts, 713/266-8992, dihomefurniture.com.
Chair (“Sunset Outdoor Slipcovered Chair” #US103-01); fabric (“Spinnaker”/Salt): Lee Industries, 800/892-7150, leeindustries.com.
Toss-pillow fabric on chair (“Trellis Print”/Citron #174233, by Trina Turk): Schumacher, 800/523-1200, fschumacher.com.
Turf: Synthetic Turf International, 800/405-7455, synthetic-turf.com

Jacqueline Armour, Sun Deck

“I wanted to incorporate the colors of the sun, sky, and water within a modern interpretation,” Armour says. “Trina Turk’s fabric on the toss pillows captures this feeling.”

Jacqueline Armour, Sun Deck

A pair of chartreuse butler trays create a colorful wet bar below a framed square of beachy blue fabric by Trina Turk.

Tall “Butler” tray stand (with custom painted chartreuse tray); side table by chair (“Martini Side Table”/Silver): West Elm, 888/922-4119, westelm.com.
Wall art fabric (“Zig Zag Weae”/Laguna #65330, by Trina Turk): Schumacher, 800/523-1200, fschumacher.com.

Jacqueline Armour, Sun Deck

Designer Jackie Armour.

Keith Williams, Garden Entrance

Designed by Keith Williams, this tiny, whimsical garden offers the perfect view. “I want guests to feel surprised, as if they’ve stumbled across a garden no one knows about,” Williams says.

See more from this garden on the following slide.

Interior design: Keith Williams, Nievera Williams Design, 223 Sunset Ave., Suite 150, Palm Beach, FL 33408; 561/659-2820, nieverawilliams.com

Planters: Casa Ceramica, 561/659-7909, casaceramica.com.
Plants and installation: Botanica Landscaping, LLC, 561/688-7336, botanicallc.com.

Keith Williams, Garden Entrance

Pretty pots by Casa Ceramica are planted with philodendrons and succulents to add definition and structure but stay true to the simple space. Blooming bougainvillea drapes the windows.

Keith Williams, Garden Entrance

Designer Keith Williams.

Stephen Mooney, North Terrace

The fireplace is the focal point for Stephen Mooney’s outdoor entertaining space. A sapphire fabric by Sunbrella covers the chairs and sofa, showing the influence of Monet’s famous gardens.

Interior design: Stephen Mooney, Stephen Mooney Interiors, 6 Via Parigi, Palm Beach, FL 33480; 561/659-1862, stephenmooneyinteriors.com.
Landscape architect: Nievera Williams Design, 561/659-2820, nieverawilliams.com.
Landscaping: Lopez Group Inc. of Palm Beach, 561/514-8440, lopezgroupofpalmbeach.com.

Sofa; chairs: vintage Brown Jordan.
Sofa and chair fabric (“Sapphire Blue” #4641-0000): Sunbrella, 336/221-2211, sunbrella.com.
Pillow fabric (“Oceanside Stripe”/Day Lily, Nautica Collection): Robert Allen, 800/333-3777, robertallendesign.com.
Upholstering (by Interior Crafts); fireplace painting (by Brad Risser): through Stephen Mooney Interiors, 561/659-1862, stephenmooneyinteriors.com.
Cocktail table: Circa Who, 561/655-5224, circawho.com.
Orchids: The Stalk Market, 561/790-4158.
Glazed ceramic stools beside sofa; Italian pottery over fireplace: Maryanna Suzanna, 561/833-0204.
Outdoor rug (“Indout”/Nutmeg, Wide Collection): Stark Carpet, 212/752-9000, starkcarpet.com.

Stephen Mooney, North Terrace

Yellow-and-blue-striped pillows and lemon accents serve as eye candy. Beyond the sitting area is a classic cabana, all set for entertaining.

Cabana tenting: John Gonsman, Gonsman Custom Draperies, 561/732-8841, gonsmancustomdraperies.com.
Exterior cabana drapery (“Courtside Twill”/Paper White, Nautica Collection): Robert Allen, 800/333-3777, robertallendesign.com.

Stephen Mooney, North Terrace

The pavilion played host to a dining table dressed for an intimate evening feast. Vibrant blue glassware complements the citric centerpiece in this casually colorful tabletop scheme.

Striped cabana drapery (“Club Stripe”/Day Lily, Nautica Collection): Robert Allen, 800/333-3777, robertallendesign.com.
Fabrication: Gonsman Custom Draperies, 561/732-8841, gonsmancustomdraperies.com.
Dining chairs: vintage Brown Jordan.
Table (vintage): Circa Who, 561/655-5224, circawho.com.
Water goblets; wine glasses; dinnerware; flatware; blue glasses; napkins; table cover; ceramic bowl and lemons: Maryanna Suzanna, 561/833-0204. 

Stephen Mooney, North Terrace

Tableware and accessories by Maryanna Suzanna keep to the zesty ­­color palette.

Stephen Mooney, North Terrace

Designer Stephen Mooney.

Jennifer Garrigues, Sunroom

Venetian-plaster walls stenciled with off-white Indian-inspired motifs trim the sunroom’s windows, dressed in sheer draperies. Such delicate details are what distinguish this showhouse space, created by designers Jenny Garrigues and Diana El-Daher. Simple white furniture is accented by vintage Chinese silk floral pillows in fiery hues. Gorgeous views enhance relaxation and contribute to the exotic aura.

See more of this sunroom on the following slides.

Interior design: Jennifer Garrigues and Diana El-Daher, Jennifer Garrigues Interior Design, 308 Peruvian Ave., Palm Beach, FL 33480; 561/659-7085, jennifergarrigues.com.

Sofa; throw; lounge chairs; pillows; area rugs: Jennifer Garrigues Interior Design, 561/659-7085, jennifergarrigues.com.
Carpet (“Oswego”/Champagne,with Khaki cotton Binging): Stark Carpet, 212/752-9000, starkcarpet.com.
Coffee table (“Barossa White-Washed Coffee Table” #2685): Mr. Brown, 336/886-2400, mrbrownhome.com.
Side tables (“Lisette”): Frontgate, 888/263-9850, frontgate.com.
Ottoman; table lamp; accessories: Jennifer Garrigues Interior Design, 561/659-7085, jennifergarrigues.com.
Hanging pendant (“Portico Pendant” #9106): Currey & Co., 877/768-6428, curreyco.com.
Game table at end of room by window (“Inlaid Game table”): Wunderley, 720/850-9616, wunderley.com.
Chairs at game table: Jennifer Garrigues Interior Design, 561/659-7085, jennifergarrigues.com.
Roman shades (“Darby”/Off White): Norbar Fabrics, 800/645-8501, norbarfabrics.com.
Shade trim (“Ajoutee Tiered Glass Fringe”/Ivory): Samuel & Sons, 212/704-8000, samuelandsons.com.
Chest with inlay; mirror; lamp; chairs; accesories: Jennifer Garrigues Interior Design, 561/659-7085, jennifergarrigues.com.
Drapery (“Darby”/Off White): Norbar Fabrics, 800/645-8501, norbarfabrics.com.  
Wall paint (custom color): Benjamin Moore & Co., 888/236-6667, benjaminmoore.com.
Gold trim and border (Stucco Veneziano); medallion on column (stencil): Biggs Art Studio, 917/207-3745, biggsartstudio.com.

Jennifer Garrigues, Sunroom

A game table from Wunderley sits below a large picture window, illuminating the gorgeous, intricately carved chairs.

Game table at end of room by window (“Inlaid Game table”): Wunderley, 720/850-9616, wunderley.com.
Chairs at game table; accessories: Jennifer Garrigues Interior Design, 561/659-7085, jennifergarrigues.com.

Jennifer Garrigues, Sunroom

“Man in Turban,” a sculpture by Denis Lamarsh, serves as the curious focal point atop this impressive inlaid cabinet. Bursts of orange and cherry red add interest to the space.

Cabinet: designer’s collection.
Art on cabinet (“Man in Turban” by Denis Lamarsh); stools at end of coffee table; accessories: Jennifer Garrigues Interior Design, 561/659-7085, jennifergarrigues.com.  

Jennifer Garrigues, Sunroom

The off-white stenciling which trims the windows and ceiling add a touch of delicacy with a mystical Far-East feel.

Jennifer Garrigues, Sunroom

Designers Jenny Garrigues and Diana El-Daher.

Joe Fava, Master Bedroom

Welcome to a master suite where Hollywood glamour meets midcentury chic. “The room lacked drama,” says designer Joseph Fava. “I wanted to make it unexpected.” Metallic vinyl wallpaperits texture reads like Thai silkteams with lacquered trim and high-gloss vinyl on the ceiling to add height.

See more from this master bedroom on the following slides.

Interior design: Joe Fava, Fava Design Group, LLC, 3556 N.E. 12th Ave., Ft. lauderdale, FL 33334; 954/568-3732, favadesigngroup.com.

Love seat (custom): Xtreme Custom Group, 305/883-0925.
Love seat fabric (“Velours Deluxe”/Platinum): Stark Fabrics, 212/752-9000, starkcarpet.com.
Fur pillow: Neiman Marcus, 800/937-9146, neimanmarcus.com.
Navy pillow (“Duchess”/Navy) Arabel Fabrics, 800/759-9808, arabelfabrics.com.
Fabrication: Drapery Castle, 561/752-5585.
Coffee table (“Trestle Cocktail Table”); candleholders on coffee table (vintage white Murano glass): Niba Home, 305/573-1939, nibahome.com.
Chandelier (“Sophie,” by Hector Finch Lighting): Jerry Pair, 954/923-3330, jerrypair.com.
Area rug (“New Oriental Tibetan,” wool with silk accents): Stark Carpet, 212/752-9000, starkcarpet.com.
Chairs (vintage Sapporiti): designer’s collection.
Chair fabric (“Flash”/Quartz): Stark Fabric, 212/752-9000, starkcarpet.com.
Upholstering:Gino’s Upholstery, 954/771-0309.
Table between Sapporiti chairs (“Lac Sotto”): Ironies, 510/644-2100, ironies.com.
Drapery (“Duchess”/Platinum): Arabel Fabrics, 800/759-9808, arabelfabrics.com.
Drapery hardware:Drapery Castle, 561/752-5585.
Wall covering (“Duo Metal Silk”/Silver); ceiling wallpaper (“Pearl Luster”/Silver Lightning): Stark, 212/752-9000, starkcarpet.com.
Wallpapering: KC Wallpapering Inc., 954/421-4818.
Trim paint (“Sailor Suite” #27-16): Pratt & Lambert, 800/289-7728, prattandlambert.com.
Round suitcase (vintage suitcase boom box, from Retrocase, Miami Beach): Fava Design Group, LLC, 954/568-3732, favadesigngroup.com.
Flowers: Mystique Flowers, 786/512-6472, mystiqueflowers.com.

Joe Fava, Master Bedroom

The pair of vintage Saporiti chairs covered in silvery velvet with sequins in the sitting room are Fava’s favorite. The nickel-and-glass chandelier, acrylic cocktail table, and platinum settee stay true to the sophisticated theme.

Pedestal to right of love seat (“Narcissus Molten Glass Pedestal,” by Nicholas Phan); sculpture on pedestal (vintage bronze sculpture, by Chavallier); art over love seat (Untitled, custom collage by Lisa Ariotti): Niba Home, 305/573-1939, ibahome.com.

Joe Fava, Master Bedroom

“I also love the John Lyle chrome consoles and Jan Showers lamps; they are works of art,” Fava says.

Console (“Butler Console”): John Lyle Design, 646/344-1964, johnlyledesign.com.
Lamp on console (“Lowell” #818): Jan Showers Collection, 214/747-5252, janshowerscollection.com.
Sculpture on console (“Jaxs"): Niba Home, 305/573-1939, nibahome.com.
Mirror (“Folie Mirror” #3614, by Barbara Bary): Baker, 800/592-2537, bakerfurniture.com.
Ottomans under console (custom): Gino’s Upholstery, 954/771-0309.
Ottoman fabric (“Zen”/Shingle): Romo, 800/338-2783, romo.com.
Art on wall to right of console (Edifice Complex, by Adam Davis): Azake Art Gallery, 305/972-2212.

 

Joe Fava, Master Bedroom

A white, silver, and purple palette make the master bedroom a serene retreat.

Bed (custom): New Design Furniture, 954/733-9840, newdesignfurniture.net.
Bed fabric (“Chapka”/Gris): Stark, 212/752-9000, starkcarpet.com.
Duvet (“Cloe” white Egyptian cotton sateen); black pillow shams (“Minerva”/Charcoal Grey); sheets and pillowcases (“Minerva Embroidery”): Dea Linens, 561/366-1203, dea-italy.it.
Area rug (“New Oriental Tibetan,” wool with silk accents): Stark Carpet, 212/752-9000, starkcarpet.com.
Bedside tables (vintage lacquer chests); art over bed (Miami Betts II, by William Betts); accessories: Niba Home, 305/573-1939, nibahome.com.
Sconces: designer’s collection.
Chandelier: designer’s collection.
Ottoman fabric (“Reso”/Arget): Stark, 212/752-9000, starkcarpet.com.
Drapery (“Duchess”/Platinum): Arabel Fabrics, 800/759-9808, arabelfabrics.com.
Drapery hardware: Drapery Castle, 561/752-5585.
Wall treatment above window behind drapery: Weydel Cruz, Wall Design Faux Finish, 561/945-3119.
Wall covering (“Duo Metal Silk”/Silver): Stark, 212/752-9000, starkcarpet.com.
Flowers: Mystique Flowers, 786/512-6472, mystiqueflowers.com.

 

Joe Fava, Master Bedroom

Designer Joseph Fava.

 

Nancy Pearson, Northeast Bedroom

Designer Nancy Pearson envisioned a modern-day Zelda Fitzgerald occupying this lavish bedroom. Fluffy pillows, luxe bedding, and a plush down comforter from Pioneer Linens decorate the bed’s parchment-covered head and footboard with pearwood side rails, guaranteeing a good—and glamorous—night’s sleep.

See more from this bedroom on the following slides.

Interior design: Nancy Pearson, Nancy Pearson Ltd., 215 E. 68th St., Suite 12U, New York, NY 10035; 212/213-3133, nancypearsonltd.com.

Bed (1950s parchment and pearwood bed, by Borsani): Gary Rubenstein Antiques, 305/891-7580, garyrubensteinantiques.com.
Duvet and pillow shams (“Giardino”/Verde); sheets (“Montreal”); pillow shams (“Vanity”/Marine): Nancy Koltes, 800/643-1755, nancykoltes.com.
Bedside tables (“B-Carlo G Table,” gold leaf with mirrored inserts): Smith & Watson, 212/686-6444, smithandwatsonfurniture.com.
Table lamps (vintage hand-blown Murano glass lamps, c. 1950, with Silver Murine); lampshades: Heath & Co., 561/833-0880, heathlighting.com.
Accessories on table (glass-cut boxes; Hermès box, silver frames): Brass Scale Antiques, 561/832-8410.
Wallpaper behind bed (#SY-234, with antique silver leaf ground): Gracie, 212/924-6816, graciestudiio.com.
Wall covering on remaining walls (“Classic Silk”’ #TCS-05, Kanpur silk, with peelable crepe paper backing): Tri/Kes, 800/200-8120, tri-kes.com.
Drapery (“Silk Taffeta”/Salmon): Scalamandré, 800/932-4361, scalamandre.com.
Drapery hardware (Select Wood Hardware Reeded Wood/Parchment): United Supply Co., 800/334-1207, unitedsupplyco.com.
Ceiling paint (“Snowbound” #SW7004); trim paint (“Linen White”): Sherwin-Williams, 800/474-3794, sherwin-williams.com.
Chandelier (“Bubbles” 4-light wrought iron frame, finished in gold and silver leaf with hand-blown glass bubbles): Heath & Co., 561/833-0880, heathlighting.net. Corbels on walls by window (vintage, shell and plaster of Paris, hand painted): Brass Scale Antiques, 561/832-8410.
Carpet (“Chevron”/Ivory): Stark Carpet, 212/752-9000, starkcarpet.com.  

 

Nancy Pearson, Northeast Bedroom

“It was fun to do a strictly feminine space for a change,” says Pearson. A limestone bust graces the gray Rococo Swedish commode below a Louis XVI trumeau mirror.

Commode (grey-painted Rococo Swedish commode); trumeau (painted Louis XVI trumeau); bust on commode (carved limestone bust of Diana): Côté Jardin Antiques, 561/805-7571, cotejardinantiques.com.
Crystal candlesticks: Floral Emporium, 561/659-6684. 

Nancy Pearson, Northeast Bedroom

A floral wall covering provides texture, while yards of salmon silk taffeta from Scalamandré decorate the windows. Pretty pink lamps perched on top of gilded end tables with crystal inserts and mirrored tops flank the low-profile bed.

Drapery (“Silk Taffeta”/Salmon): Scalamandré, 800/932-4361, scalamandre.com.
Bedside tables (“B-Carlo G Table,” gold leaf with mirrored inserts): Smith & Watson, 212/686-6444, smithandwatsonfurniture.com.
Table lamps (vintage hand-blown Murano glass lamps, c. 1950, with Silver Murine); lampshades (pearl silk in quartz colorway): Heath & Co., 561/833-0880, heathlighting.com.
Wallpaper on wall behind bed (handpainted Chinese wallpapr with antique silver leaf ground #SY-234): Gracie, 212/924-6816, graciestudio.com.
Accessories on table (glass-cut boxes; Hermès box): Brass Scale Antiques, 561/832-8410. 

Nancy Pearson, Northeast Bedroom

Designer Nancy Pearson.

Mimi Masri, Child’s Nursery

This nursery doesn’t just foster imagination, it’s functional, too. “I designed the room to grow with a child from birth through the early teenage years, needing only minimal changes,” designer Mimi Masri explains.

See more of this nursery on the following slides.

Interior design: Mimi Masri, MM Designs, LLC, P.O. Box 3167, Palm Beach, FL 33480; 561/671-1958, mmdesignsllc.com.

Crib (custom): MM Designs, LLC, 561/671-1958, mmdesignsllc.com.
Crib mattress and bumper fabric (“Chunnel”/Alabaster #7100-21): Chella Textiles, 805/560-8400, chellatextiles.com.
Crib drapery (“Mosquito Net Bed Canopy,” cotton, Temple 2-door): Mosquitonets, 800/655-5739, mosquitonets.com.
Chest beside rocking chair (antique); small chest in front of crib (antique): Paula Roemer Inc., 561/602-1250, paularoemer.com.
Rocking chair (antique): Asian Accents of Palm Beach, 561/671-9977, asianaccentspb.com.
Rocking-chair fabric (#34354-17): Clarence House, 800/221-4704, clarencehouse.com.
Lamp by rocking chair (discontinued): Arteriors Home, 877/488-8866, arteriorshome.com.
Lampshade: Heath & Co., 561/833-0880.
Carpet: Crystal Tree Carpets, 561/622-6333, crystaltreecarpets.com.
Drapery (“Lorton”/Blue, Yellow, Teal, Orange #LORTON.415): Kravet, 888/457-2838, kravet.com.
Blinds (“Bamboo Tortoise Shade” by Solar Shading Systems): through MM Designs, 561/671-1958, mmdesignsllc.com.
Wall covering (“Raw Jute Woven” #YNW-338, Yaghi Collection): Roos Int’l, 800/888-2776, roosintl.com.
Ceiling paint (“Balmy” #SW6512): Sherwin-Williams, 800/474-3794, sherwinwiliams.com.
Toy train: Melissa & Doug, 800/284-3948, melissaanddoug.com.  

Mimi Masri, Child’s Nursery

The custom hanging crib is suspended from the ceiling by copper-and-brass lotus chains and easily converts to an early-childhood bed.

Hanging crib (custom): MM Designs, LLC, 561/671-1958, mmdesignsllc.com.
Crib drapery (“Mosquito Net Bed Canopy,” cotton, Temple 2-door): Mosquitonets, 800/655-5739, mosquitonets.com
Wall covering (“Raw Jute Woven” #YNW-338, Yaghi Collection): Roos Int’l, 800/888-2776, roosintl.com.

Mimi Masri, Child’s Nursery

Framed Good Housekeeping prints over the sofa, which doubles as a daybed, portray youthful moments that stimulate curiosity and exude innocence. Lighthearted accessories like the giraffe floor lamp add personality.

Sofa (#3903): Lee Industries, 800/892-7150, leeindustries.com.
Sofa fabric (“Chunnel”/Alabaster #7100-21): Chella Textiles, 805/560-8400, chellatextiles.com.
Sofa throw-pillow fabric (“White Dove”/Coral Red #4002/03): Victoria Hagan Home, 212/888-3241, victoriahaganhome.com.
Throw-pillow fringe (“Jute Brush Fringe”/Natural Jute #983-23529): Samuel &Sons, 212/704-8000, samuelandsons.com.
Coffee table: Paula Roemer Inc., 561/602-1250, paularoemer.com.
Blocks and wooden toys on coffee table: Melissa & Doug, 800/284-3948, melissaanddoug.com.
Floor-cushion fabric (#34354-17): Clarence House, 800/221-4704, clarencehouse.com.
Floor-cushion fabric (#1764/09. by Summer Hill): discontinued.
Floor-cushion trim (#981-33517, discontinued): Samuel & Sons, 212/704-8000, samuelandsons.com.
Good housekeeping prints: One King’s Lane, onekingslane.com.
Floor lamp (“Giraffe Floor lamp” #FL9810B): Shades of Light, 800/262-6612, shadesoflight.com.  

Mimi Masri, Child’s Nursery

Designer Mimi Masri.

Katherine Shenaman, Southwest Bedroom

Katherine Shenaman used color and pattern to establish a unique palette for this bedroom. In the sitting area, a bright lavender wall covering is background for saffron-yellow leather wing chairs and a brass sunburst mirror.

See more from this bedroom on the following slides.

Interior design: Katherine Shenaman, Katherine Shenaman Interiors, 277 Royal Poinciana Way, Suite 113, Palm Beach, FL 33480; 561/833-4181, katherineshenaman.com.

Leather wing chairs: Mecox Gardens, 800/487-4854, mecoxgardens.com.
Green pillows on wing chairs (“Nolan”/Moss): Norbar Fabrics, 800/645-8501, norbarfabrics.com.
Patterned pillows on chairs (discontinued): John Robshaw Textiles, 212/594-6006, johnrobshaw.com
Pedestal table between chairs: Pottery Barn, 800/922-5507, potterybarn.com.
Lantern/vase on pedestal table: Z Gallerie, 800/908-6748, zgallerie.com
Ceramic stool between chairs (lime green ceramic garden stool): Mecox Gardens, 800/487-4854, mecoxgardens.com.
Throw on chair: Pioneer Linens, 561/655-8553, pioneerlinens.com.
Wall mirror (“Large Round Fiona Mirror”): Mecox Gardens, 800/487-4854, mecoxgardens.com.
Floor lamp; coffee table: Heath & Co., 561/833-0880.
Seagrass carpet (“Chinese Sea Grass”/Stock); area rug (“New Oriental Tibetan” #269900A-CH4408): Stark Carpet, 212/752-9000, starkcarpet.com.
Wall covering (Glitter Glass/Lilac by Jeffrey Michaels): Thibaut, 800/223-0704, thibautdesign.com.
Trim and ceiling paint (“Dove White”): Benjamin Moore & Co., 888/236-6667, benjaminmoore.com

Katherine Shenaman, Southwest Bedroom

Colorful John Robshaw bedding from Pioneer Linens motivated Shenaman to think outside the box when designing this bedroom. “The carved bed complemented the character and feel of the linens, each evoking something old-world and soulful,” she says. Her layered look overlaps two patterned area rugs atop wall-to-wall sea-grass floor covering, all from Stark Carpet. An iron bench offers seating with great outdoor views.

Bed (“Italian Bed” #0401/F): Michael Taylor Designs, 854/922-8141, michaeltlaylordesigns.com.
Green-patterned cover at end of bed; thistle-patterned coverlet (“Thistle Quilt”); striped sheet (discontinued): John Robshaw Textiles, 212/594-6006, johnrobshaw.com.
Small stool by bed (discontinued): Z Gallerie, 800/908-6748, zgallerie.com.
Area rug (“New Oriental” #89792-M1593/258): Stark Carpet, 212/752-9000, starkcarpet.com.
Wall paint (“Creamy White”); ceiling and trim paint (“Dove White”): Benjamin Moore & Co., 888/236-6667, benjaminmoore.com.
Crown chandelier; bench: Mecox Gardens, 800/487-4854, mecoxgarens.com.
Green pillow on bench (“Nolan”/Moss): Norbar Fabrics, 800/645-8501, norbarfabrics.com.
Patterned pillow on bench (discontinued): John Robshaw Textiles, 212/594-6006, johnrobshaw.com.
Plant (“Fiddly Fig”); pot: Amelias Smarty Plants, 561/540-6296.
Drapery (“Remy” in color 56, Book J3621): J.F. Fabrics Inc., 800/461-1349, joannefabrics.com.
Drapery hardware (Portfolio Collection): Paris Texas Hardware, 800/540-7637, paristexashardware.com.
Bench (“Gold Leaf Metal Stool”): Mecox Gardens, 800/487-4854, ecoxgardens.com.

Katherine Shenaman, Southwest Bedroom

Colorful pillows exude personality on the bed.

Pillow, back row (“Sap Bolster Pillow,” Uzbek Collection); pillows, middle row (discontinued); pillow, front (discontinued): John Robshaw Textiles, 212/594-6006, johnrobshaw.com.

Katherine Shenaman, Southwest Bedroom

Designer Katherine Shenaman.

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Robert Brantley

Red Cross Palm Beach Showhouse

With its wide variety of furnishings, wall treatments, and textures, the American Red Cross Designers’ Showhouse in West Palm Beach, Florida, sets the tone for the rest of the showhouse season. For this reason and many more, Traditional Home is proud to again be the event’s national sponsor. This year, we celebrate the showhouse’s 37th anniversary at a new venue with breathtaking intracoastal water views.

In 2012, 22 designers worked tirelessly to transform 18 spaces in a stunning Mediterranean-style home. The sunny setting and luscious scenery warmed up the cold winter months by inspiring the use of bright colors and fun patterns on pillows, windows, and floors.

The 2013 American Red Cross Designers’ Showhouse is located at 123 Santa Lucia Drive in West Palm Beach. It is open daily now through February 23. For more information, call 561/650-9133 or visit redcrossshowhouse.com.

Photography: Robert Brantley