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| Southwest Florida | 2013 Design

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A home redesigned with the calming influence of symmetry in mind, by Lisa Kahn of Kahn Design Group; Photography by Giovanni Photography.

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Fine Art

This home was designed as a backdrop for the owner’s one-of-a-kind art collection.

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Light, airy, tall, and majestic. This home has breathtaking views of the Gulf.

A penthouse condominium with floorto-ceiling windows allows its occupants to become one with the water.

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Restyled Ranch Before and After — A traditional ranchstyle home is brought into the 21st century with reinterpreted architecture.

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The entryway captures the essence of the home’s design. The new home retained elements of the previous home, like hexagon patterns. A stone water feature adds a dramatic design element to the front portico.

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Smart and beautiful When one Old Naples residence was replaced for structural considerations,

The kitchen seamlessly connects to a more casual dining room and a

homeowners requested that several of its features remain, including beautiful

large vaulted family room. The spacious 10,500-square-foot home delivers

views of a lake and recurring patterns in the shape of a hexagon. The design

desirable privacy as well. The master bedroom is set apart from the more

team was given the challenge of opening the home to the outdoors. The

public courtyard, and a very private guest wing of the home features two

homeowners, a couple with a large family who enjoy entertaining, felt their

bedrooms that enjoy living and kitchen space.

existing home was not quite up to par with their lifestyle.

“This residence is definitely a memory of the home that came before because

Herscoe Hajjar Architects was called upon to create a residence that takes

the previous home had concepts that the owners loved,” said Robert Herscoe,

full advantage of an expansive courtyard. Instead of smaller, more defined

architect and co-owner of Herscoe Hajjar Architects. “With new construction,

spaces, a great room floor plan would open settings to views of both the

we were able to do away with aesthetic and structural flaws, improve on the

lake and the courtyard’s resort-style pool. In addition to the living room and

function of the courtyard, and enhance the water views. The home even has

formal dining room, open spaces contain comfortable seating arrangements.

Gulf views now because we put an observation deck on its roof,” adds Herscoe.

A comfortable seating area with bookshelves provides a warm welcome in the open living/dining great room setting.

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Kahn Design Group captured the full flavor of the tropical setting with a focus on nature. The color palette consists of crisp, refreshing blues and greens with neutrals. Woods are a pattern play of sturdy strand bamboo on floors, dark wenge on kitchen cabinets, honey-toned anigre, and energetic, multitoned zebra wood. Much like hexagons, squares give a space dynamic energy. Focal elements such as bookcases in the open living area lend warmth to a contemporary style. In addition to an arrangement of books, the

Repeating squares continue the theme of balance and symmetry.

shelves present an opportunity to display treasured personal objects. “Squares are a really strong design element, and the alcove with bookshelves adds so much character to the home’s great room,” describes Lisa Kahn, ASID, owner of Kahn Design Group. “We thought it was lovely to tuck two comfortable chairs with ottomans next to bookshelves for a reading corner. To me, a beautiful room always has a place where you can curl up and read a book, have a cup of tea, sip a glass of wine, or just relax.” Custom decorative finishes by Florian Spahiu, owner of Ancient Modern Finishes, add finesse to the focal centers of the home. The dining room’s coffered ceiling is green Venetian plaster with a metallic gloss finish and embellished with a custom stencil borrowed from an historic architectural motif. When combined with an antique table and a contemporary chandelier, the striking surface delivers a fresh twist on traditional design. The home’s study enjoys a generous courtyard view and has been designated into an inspired workspace for the man of the home. To instill the

The coffered ceiling is green Venetian plaster with a metallic gloss finish. It is a custom stencil borrowed from a historic architectural motif. Combined with an antique table and a contemporary light fixture, the technique masterfully creates a fresh twist on traditional design.

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The open kitchen features multiple preparation stations for a gourmet cook, and is ideal for entertaining guests on any occasion. The adjacent dining area is casual enough for breakfast, yet ideally suited for dinner on most evenings.

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appropriate ambiance, Kahn and Spahiu put their heads together and decided that calligraphy would not only be magnificent, but would also capture the essence of a home office. The stencil design on the Venetian plaster ceiling is painstakingly applied by brush and brings to mind the fountain pen and ink of yesteryear. “Spahiu is an artist,” explains Kahn. “We use these unique decorative finishes sparingly in a design, but when we do they are memorable.” The master bedroom suite is a soothing retreat. Away from courtyard views, it favors privacy. The backdrop for the upholstered bed with wood night tables is hand-woven birch wallpaper. The custom Tai Ping carpet uses a carefree leaf pattern of blues and greens found throughout the home. The master bathroom is a getaway that blends cool white marble, sleek contemporary cabinetry, a magnificent antique chandelier and lush tropical views.

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Above ­— The master bathroom is a soothing getaway blending cool white marble, sleek contemporary cabinetry, a magnificent antique chandelier, and lush tropical views. Opposite ­ — The master bedroom suite is a private retreat away from the courtyard. The backdrop for the upholstered bed with flanking wood night tables is a delicate hand-woven birch wallpaper. The custom Tai Ping carpet uses a carefree leaf pattern to incorporate the lovely blues and greens found throughout the interior and in the tropical landscape.


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A second great room is the open setting that encompasses the kitchen, dining room space, and a family room. Featuring multiple preparation and storage areas, a large island flanked by bookshelves, and state-of-the-art appliances, the kitchen is a fantastic place for creating gourmet meals. With a large island and bar seating, it is also a desirable setting for casual entertainment at any time. The adjacent dining room is larger than a traditional morning kitchen. The family room has windows open to the lake on one side and the courtyard on the other. In addition to the dramatic wood-lined vaulted ceiling, clerestory windows add light to the setting. The family room draws the colors of the home in with a second Tai Ping custom carpet in a geometric pattern. Complementing the tropical views are a generous ottoman upholstered in cork and soft white linen draperies embroidered with a bamboo design. “There is natural flow to this home in the way that the spaces open to each other and the views and the design elements meld,” says Kahn. “On the heels of the Mediterranean movement in Naples, it felt wonderful to create something that is very sophisticated, and almost a bit urban.”

The study is a focal point in the home embellished with a custom ceiling stencil in the form of calligraphy on Venetian plaster, painstakingly applied by brush.

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A guest retreat should be an oasis.

Fresh and crisp with white vaulted ceilings and soft aqua walls, a guest bedroom overlooks the expansive, tropical courtyard.

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Written by Mary Lou Smart Photography by Giovanni Photography Kahn Design Group 1025 1st Ave South Naples, FL 34102 239.261.2412 kahndesigngroup.com Herscoe Hajjar Architects 22 Tenth Streeet South Naples, FL 34102 239.643.4010 hharch.com Ancient Modern Finishes 26950 Nicki J. Court Bonita Springs, FL 34135 239.398.2176 ancientmodernfinishes.com

Scan to view video or go to: homeanddesign.net/smart The family room is an open and welcome space with views of the courtyard and the lake. Just below the vaulted ceiling, clerestory windows contribute visual interest and natural light.

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Allison C. Fenn, ASID FL License #4794 acfenn1@aol.com

We created an atmosphere that makes guests feel comfortable, tranquil, and relaxed using soothing hues of soft, ocean blue-greens for the medium toned color on the walls. I wanted to keep the feel of the room very soft and clean lined with more texture than pattern, so I started with finding one pattern that I wanted to use. The Jim Thompson fabric was the inspiration for the headboard wall; It is creatively painted as a subtle pattern repeat of this fabric. The other fabrics are complimentary in neutral supple textures. I also wanted to add a touch of whimsy and femininity. A simple ivory walnut writing desk with a clear acrylic chair completes the look.

Mickey Dickson, Allied ASID mickey@elliott-interiors.com


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is the ultimate sophistication.” The minimalism of this design, sans all fussiness, lends itself to i d e n c e 1 9 0 3 rest and relaxation. The entire R e spalette i d e n cof e this 1904 spectacular residence is azure blues and crystal whites mimicking our incredible Southwest Florida sky. The transparency of the frosted glass and the elegant lines of the white lacquer headboard Residence 1904 juxtaposed against the undulating waves of the “wall headboard” provide a stunning and memorable focal Showcasing 12 of the top interior designers in Southwest Florida at The High-Rises at Bonita Bay. point for the entire space.239.495.1105 An uplifting, light, and or bonitabayhighrises.com airy tone is readily apparent. All elements of this DEBUTING FEBRUARY 2013 bedroom and bathroom totally enhance the special ambiance of this ethereal space.

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Eileen “Irish” Hafke, Allied ASID irish@designmattersstudio.com

A light color palette was chosen to allow the overall feeling of the spaces to instill calm. Adding a variety of textures and finishes combined with splashes of color further enhances the experience in this space. The design intent in the den was to create a functional space that could also be used as a place of relaxation. A comfortable sitting space combined with a custom built-in wall unit help to achieve this.

Tina Margrander, ASID FL License #ID5479 tina@kvsinteriordesign.com


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The bright sunroom capitalizes on the breathtaking view and was the inspiration for the fun and dynamic atmosphere. The color scheme of taupe, cream,Rwhite, e s i d e and n c e aqua 1 9 0 4offers a serene and inviting place to relax, read, or entertain friends. This collaborative effort among all sixteen Skyhome designers culminated in a successful showcase of their personalities and talents.

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The guest bedroom in the Earth, Wind & Fire home embraces a Geo design influence. Honed metals, woven reeds, rustic woods, and cotton fabrics all come together in a warm and arresting palette of steel grays, neutrals, and hot orange. Unique accessories are placed throughout for dramatic effect. Many of the furniture selections are custom, including the Queen-size headboard and the metal night table. The focal feature is a headboard wall that combines two wall coverings and painted applied moldings.

Peggy Oberlin, ASID FL License #4986 peggy@peggyoberlininteriors.com


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the den, painted in Sherwin Williams Copan Blue. This soft shade reflects the color of the Gulf. Details and accessories were selected R e sto i dmake e n c e both 1 9 0 a3 man Residence 1904 and a woman feel the space is inviting. Organic elements are presented with the oak floors, the raffia wall sconces, a rattan desk chair, and the dramatic wood grained desk. The spectacular art canvas by Residence 1903 Residence 1904 Jackie Morelisse is brought to life with a sand and shell application. I designed the wall system in an Showcasing 12 of the top interior designers in Southwest Florida at The High-Rises at Bonita Bay. asymmetrical arrangement with storage, display 239.495.1105 or bonitabayhighrises.com space, and art lighting. The polished java and pearl DEBUTING FEBRUARY 2013 finishes are stunning, and the faceted glass hardware adds a jewelry touch.

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Joie Wilson, ASID joie@joiewilson.com

Design inspiration comes from many different places like travel, fine art, treasured items, and nature. The inspiration for this project comes from the word fire. Fire is warm and relaxing, and has a reddish orange tone. This space reflects a soothing and relaxing atmosphere with a punch of warm orange. The family room and kitchen is always the heart of the home. This is where you relax after a long day or entertain your friends. This sofa invites you to relax while the fun, stacking, colorful cocktail tables will make you smile. The whimsical chandelier will always be a conversation piece.

Aniko Brittingham, ASID abrittingham@susanmullerdesign.com


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The heart of this room is the fireplace. The cascading travertine is complemented by a row of copper tiles and is flanked by canvases of the Bonita Bay sunset by RRLe Caron. s i d e n cThis e 1 space 9 0 3 envelopes the visitor in theR e s i d e n c e 1 luxurious cognac leather of the sofa. Organic elements were added to the room including petrified wood, woven leather, wool, burlap, mother-of-pearl, and wrought iron. We wanted the homeowners’ visual Residence 1904 and tactile senses to be awakened by all the natural elements gathered in this space.

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Diane Torrisi, Allied ASID Sandra Rosenthal, AlliedNOASID OBTAIN THE PROPERTY REPORT REQUIRED BY FEDERAL LAW AND READ IT BEFORE SIGNING ANYTHING. FEDERAL AGENCY HAS JUDGED THE MERITS OR VALUE, IF ANY, OF THIS PROPERTY. ORAL REPRESENTATION CANNOT BE RELIED UPON AS CORRECTLY STATING REPRESENTATIONS OF THE DEVELOPER. FOR CORRECT REPRESENTATIONS, REFERENCE TO THISASID BROCHURE AND TO and ClaudiaMAKE Galeano, Allied THE DOCUMENTS REQUIRED BY SECTION 718.503, FLORIDA STATUTES, TO BE FURNISHED BY A DEVELOPER TO A BUYER OR LESSEE. info@dianetorrisidesigns.com sandsations217@aol.com c8galeano@yahoo.com INTERIOR

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Transitional, clean lines, and one-of-a-kind furniture pieces were our design inspirations for the dining room. Featured here is an exclusively designed dining table that is comprised of a solid piece of American Cherry. A barked edge is accentuated by a hand formed metal base. The custom ‘host’ chairs feature rich bronze leather. Three-dimensional, metallic wall panels and the surrounding décor was individually selected to enhance the theme. First growth, hard pine harvested pre-1900s and reclaimed from old barns in the midwest was used to create our unique exterior dining space.

Denise Ward, ASID and Lori Christy FL License #0004040 denise@deniseward.com lori@deniseward.com


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sub-tropical, master suite with a sophisticated contemporary flair. A predominantly neutral palette was developed as a quiet backdrop R e s i d eto n caccentuate e 1 9 0 3 the Residence 1904 beautiful, coastal estuary views beyond. A gauzycream fabric was used liberally to achieve a tropical ambiance. A woven, leopard fabric was used to a lesser degree to integrate the dark wood tones of Residence 1903 Residence 1904 furnishings in the room. Lively coral accents were used to compliment the overall conceptual color scheme in Showcasing 12 of the top interior designers in Southwest Florida at The High-Rises at Bonita Bay. accents, such as pillows, artwork, and florals. 239.495.1105 or bonitabayhighrises.com

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This foyer is an artful space for the homeowner and their guests. As you step off the elevator, you are immediately given the sense that you have arrived in an art gallery. Interesting pieces chosen for their pleasing shapes are used throughout the space. Reflective material in the upper wall panels add sparkle and allows light to bounce. Glass tile is inset in the floor to mimic the ceiling and draw attention to the unique shape of the space. Three pendant lights are an interesting take on the typical foyer chandelier. I wanted this space to be functional, but also unique.

Pamela Durkin, ASID FL License #4923 pam@pamela-durkin.com


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Above — The wood on the walls was 100-year-old reclaimed hickory. A color palette that features cream and gray tones was chosen. The flooring in the living area is natural stone set in an Ashler pattern. A coffered ceiling treatment with a gunmetal gray finish completes the look. The striking horse photograph is by Roberto Dutesco. Susan Petril, www.clivedaniel.com Opposite Above Left — The flooring pattern is a unique combination of wood planks and light travertine stone. A hexagon double-coffered ceiling features a whitewashed metal chandelier with seashells and crystal. Kelli Interior Design, www.kelliinteriordesign.com Opposite Above Right — The leather swivel chair came from the Baker Showroom, and all other upholstery is from the Henredon Showroom at the Miromar Design Center. The La Barge cocktail table and the Holtkotter floor lamp complete the room. Pure Design of Naples, Inc., www.puredesignofnaples.com Opposite Below — A circle motif can be found in the rug, trim detail, ceiling detail, and the built-ins. A velvet cocktail ottoman with a floral nail head pattern anchors the space. A color palette of grey, peacock, and lime was used. Soco Interiors, www.socointeriors.com Photography by Giovanni Photography

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Above — The dining room design includes pocket niches with lighting for special items and sculptures. A neutral color palette features shades of white with jade green, deep sea blue and grey accents in the accessories and furnishings. The palette plays beautifully against the 24” polished White Isos Marble flooring. Kelli Interior Design, www.kelliinteriordesign.com

Opposite Below Left— The theme of this dining room is rustic elegance. The orchid floral arrangements along with the place settings on the table bring a sense of formality, while the driftwood finish on the table and chair legs offer a sense of rustic intrigue. KVS Interior Design, www.kvsinteriordesign.com; McGarvey Custom Homes, www.mcgarveycustomhomes.com

Opposite Above — Soothing neutrals create an intimate dining oasis by Cinnabar Design. Warm wood tones on the table and chairs contrast with the room’s focal point, the organic woven pendant. Soft silver accents draw in light to showcase custom shelving. Faux bois fabric on the chairs hints at the exotic while the overall ambiance is elegant. Cinnabar Design, www.cinnabardesign.net

Opposite Below Right — This dining room is a natural, coastal space with a seaside inspired color palette in a transitional style and detailing. Throughout the space you can find warm woods and natural linens accented by sea glass and water tones. The ceiling detail mimics the oval dining table below and is highlighted by a rustic metal chandelier. Collins & DuPont, www.collins-dupont.com

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{ } “Carrying a backsplash up to the ceiling adds height to the space.” - Amanda Giles Collins & Dupont

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Left — A large, open floor plan gives this transitional style kitchen an airy feel. The professional grade appliances by Subzero/Wolf and the beautiful, clean lines of the cabinets by Elmwood Fine Custom Cabinetry take center stage. A farm house sink and brushed nickel finishes throughout the kitchen complete the cohesive look. Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery, www.ferguson.com; Frey & Sons Homes.

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Below Left — Custom cabinetry with seeded glass doors were finished in crisp white to incorporate a coastal feel. The professional grade Wolf range is surrounded by glass tile reminiscent of sea glass. The theme provides a clean crisp look. Kitchens by Clay, www.kitchensbyclay.com; Little Palm Design Group, www.littlepalmdesigngroup.com

Above Right — This glass mosaic kitchen wall is composed of a neutral color palate inspired by the various wood tones in the home and the soft sands of the beach. The open globe style chandelier is composed of antique glass with a metal detail. Collins & DuPont, www.collins-dupont.com

Opposite Bottom Left — This kitchen features warm cherry cabinetry and a full wall height glass tile backsplash in multiple shades of jade and white. A whimsical chandelier is positioned over the island, and custom white quartz countertops are used throughout the space. Kelli Interior Design, www.kelliinteriordesign.com

Opposite Top — The soft palette of sand, surf, and sky was created to relax the senses. Elements of color, texture, and pattern were used to add excitement and contrast. A stunning custom bubble chandelier brings the whole look together. Lovetto Design, www.lovettodesign.com; Lighting First, www.lightingfirst.us; Window Wear Design, www.windowweardesign.com

Opposite Bottom Right — This casual coastal kitchen has the natural atmosphere of a home located on the beach. The cabinetry includes a knotty pine island with tongue and groove paneling and contrasting shaker doors both unified with white granite. The space is accented with nautical inspired metal and glass pendant lighting. Collins & DuPont, www.collins-dupont.com; Kukk Architecture & Design, www.kukkarchitecture.com; Harwick Homes, www. harwickhomes.com

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{ } “Accent a monochromatic room with pops of color to create drama.” - MERCEDES COURLAND

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Left — Charcoal shades of classic wallpaper were used in this master bath suite. A magenta textured chaise adds a dramatic pop of color. A custom carpet and window treatments ground the look. A pink glass mosaic shelf with classic corbels was designed to add eclectic relief. The overall look is one of refined casual elegance. Mercedes Courland, www.mercedescourlandinteriors.com Bottom — This Euro-style bathroom elegantly combines both modern and traditional styles. The light color palette and clean lines give the bathroom a fresh, timeless look. The cabinetry by Kitchen Craft is a beautiful driftwood finish, which adds a natural element to the design. Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery, www.ferguson.com; Frey & Sons Homes.

Photograph by Michael McVay

Opposite Top Left — This crisp and modern bath features a stacked stone wall behind the built-in tub. Nickel fixtures include a contemporary chandelier with crystal beads and high arched faucets. A touch of whimsy is added with white antlers over his and hers entrances to the shower. Freestyle Interiors, www.freestyleinteriors.com

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Photograph by Daniel Newcomb Photograph by Ken Siebenhar

Above Right — Polished marble, rich wood tones, clean lines, and spa colors make this a classic and elegant space with a modern flair. The refined crystal chandelier adds the perfect amount of sparkle. Harwick Homes, www.harwickhomes.com; Denise Ward Interior Design, Inc., www.denisewardinteriors.com

Photograph by Lori Hamilton

Below Left — To create a modern, boutique-hotel vibe, the bathroom was designed with a palette of whites, off-whites, soft grays and high-contrast black accents. Elements, like the sleek high-end plumbing fixtures, white cabinetry, rain-inspired mosaic-tiled wall and dark quartz countertops all work together to create a spa-worthy bathroom retreat. Mackenzie & Co. Interiors, mandcointeriors.com Below Right — This powder room is the essence of coastal elegance. With a refreshing blue and white color palette, this space highlights its white cabinetry. Ann Sacks mosaic tile is showcased in a contrasting indigo, sky blue, and white design combining geometric shapes and an abstract floral pattern. Collins & DuPont, www.collins-dupont.com; Kukk Architecture & Design, www.kukkarchitecture.com; Harwick Homes, www.harwickhomes.com

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Design BEDROOMS Left— This bedroom was inspired by the beach. A crushed velvet upholstered bed mimics the color of sand, and the custom bedding is a combination of sea salt blues. Shell encrusted lamps, mirrored tables, and hand painted nightstands bring this “beach chic” look together. Soco Interiors, www.socointeriors.com

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Right — Glamour sets the tone for this haute Naples boudoir. Chic coastal elements, such as a metallic-linen and cream-leather custom upholstered headboard, combine with elegant, modern décor, like the crystal-trimmed accent pillow. Kira Krümm International Design, www.kirakrumm.com

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{ } “Design with symmetry, balance, and texture to create a sense of formality.” - kelli smith

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Right — The master bedroom is done in vapor blue and features a glass sculpture chandelier in gray blue glass. The bed has a fabric pagoda feature incorporated in the headboard. Susan Petril, www.clivedaniel.com

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Opposite Below — The master bedroom detail incorporates mirrored elements and soffit lighting with a wall-mounted upholstered headboard. Floating champagne-toned nightstands are positioned on each corner of the headboard wall with pendant lighting fixtures suspended above. An overall color palette that includes champagne and gold tones with deep jade accents plays beautifully against the room’s water and sunset views. Kelli Interior Design, www.kelliinteriordesign.com

Above Left — A cool spa blue wall color was chosen for its soothing properties. The shiny teal and green shag area rug is a throwback to the 70s, but reinvented. When the lighting is above the nightstands, guests have more useable space, and interesting sconces make a design statement. Wright Interior Group, www.wrightinterior.com Above Right — The space is filled with fresh cool colors that reflect the land and sea. White beams dramatically contrast with the driftwood finish of the tongue-and-groove coffers, and provide a detailed backdrop for the polished nickel chandeliers. Collins & DuPont, www.collins-dupont.com

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Design Studies Left — A feature wall was created in this space with floor-to-ceiling bookshelves. A partner’s desk and natural cherry flooring — designed in a wide range of light and dark planks — make the room feel organic and contemporary. Susan Petril, www.clivedaniel.com Above Right ­­— The design for this room all began with the area rug. The pattern was echoed on the ceiling to give the room a bright calm feeling with a touch of whimsy. Susan Petril, www.clivedaniel.com Below Left — This monochromatic study boasts a variation of grays including metallic pewter wallpaper, charcoal upholstery, and platinum silk window treatments. A whimsical light fixture of twisted stainless steel is the “jewelry” of the room. Soco Interiors, www.socointeriors.com Below Right — The office design embraces the exterior elements that surround us in Southwest Florida. Soft, subtle colors give the home a sophisticated but relaxed elegance with warm walnut undertones mixed with natural fibers, stone, and textures. Kelli Interior Design, www.kelliinteriordesign.com Photography by Giovanni Photography

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{ } “Remember when designing in a small space, less is more.” - Jill Cotton Soco Interiors

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Top Right— This design is grounded by a stone entry that is transparent to the bay and has pragmatic elements. The maximum view, as well as functional modern living, are at the forefront of this plan. New Architectura, Inc. www.newarchitectura.com Bottom Left — This handmade backlit shadowbox creates a tranquil and quiet oasis. Busk & Associates, Inc. www.cbusk.com

Opposite Top — This screened pool area was once a kidney shaped swimming pool. Today it is a water garden for water lilies and koi fish. The fireplace and granite water plinth create a Zen ambience for the new garden space. Busk & Associates, Inc. www.cbusk.com Opposite Below Left — The cabana provides a shaded breezy space for entertaining. New marble was used as a contrast to the Saturina decking. Busk & Associates, Inc. www.cbusk.com

Photograph by Tom Harper

Bottom Right — Stone and glass mosaic tiles accent the water’s edge. Water panels and spitters provide an interesting background effect at night. Busk & Associates, Inc. www.cbusk.com

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Photograph by Ed Chappell

Opposite Below Right — The double fireplace is the centerpiece for this outdoor pavilion. Busk & Associates, Inc. www.cbusk.com

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Design bonus rooms Left — The space is finished with wood floors, a natural grasscloth wall application, and a wet bar that is set between two closets. The room gets its warmth and weight from a dark wood floor balanced with a colorful detailed ceiling. Kelli Interior Design, www.kelliinteriordesign.com Right — The striking, custom-designed light fixture was the inspiration for this space. A complimentary color scheme, custom cabinetry, and black and white stills from the Golden Age of Hollywood complete the immersive theatre experience. Soft seating and a high bar behind provide a place to enjoy a glass of wine and hors d’ourves. Kahn Design Group, www.kahndesigngroup.com Bottom — Hardwood flooring and mirrors framed by a woodwork detail are featured in the exercise room and contribute to the spa-like feeling of the space. The room opens to a covered lanai and outdoor fireplace. Kelli Interior Design, www.kelliinteriordesign.com Photography by Giovanni Photography

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Design Decorative Art

Above Left — A harmony of colors on this barrel ceiling adorned with Trompe-l’oeil (French for deceiving the eye) using highlights and shadows, imitation molding, ornamentation of style, and Grisaille work and patinas. Above Right — Detail of acanthus leaves and palmette painted on a decorative panel using Trompel’oeil to imitate molding and stone. Moldings can be rendered in trompe-l’oeil thanks to the effect of the stripes.

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© Michel Nadaï

Below Right — A subtle, yet elegant way to dress up bare walls and columns. Each individual ornamental panel was glazed with a tri-color combination of earth tones and off-white. Veined marble was painted on all 18 columns throughout the residence and champagne color metallic paint was brushed on at the base to enhance the architecture.

Photograph by Giovanni Photography

Below Left — This painted mural by Master Artisan Michel Nadaï is the application of a profound understanding of the laws of perspectives, the distribution of space, the harmony of colors, and the basics of drawing.

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Photograph by Giovanni Photography

Top Left — Den walls were finished with multiple layers of colored metallic plasters using a vertical application over the pre-existing texture. The coffered ceiling incorporates a more random application and darker tones for contrast. The ethnic inspired medallion was carefully laid out and accented using silver leaf, colored foils, and glazes.

Photograph by Giovanni Photography

Top Right — The bronze statue was rubbed using metallic glazes and paint so the folds in the fabric would stand out and bring more volume and contrast. Below Left — Study room ceiling executed with a brushed Venetian plaster over metallic glazes and adorned with a hand painted, bronze, custom-made scroll pattern. Workmanship by: Noëlle Dubié - www.opusfocus.co Florian Spahiu - www.ancientmodernfinishes.com Michel Nadaï - “Best Craftsman of France” - Master Artisan

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Design Built-ins Left — Hand carved walnut columns and frames detail a coastal contemporary style. The white painted shelves with frosted glass panels allow for up lighting. The unit features white painted doors with carved walnut inserts. This cabinet functions as a wet bar, and the countertop is layered recycled glass. Textured silver back panels add luminescence. Interior design by Renee Gaddis of Renee Gaddis Interiors, www.reneegaddis.com

Right — This striking Zen wall captures the Orinoco Flow out of custom cast glass. The glass is lit with a dual controlled, LED light system that allows the user to dial in any color of the light spectrum. The countertop is a chestnut burl that simulates a topographical look. The ceiling of the piece has a fiber optic light system that is a replica of the constellation Aries, complete with shooting stars. The back panel and lower cabinetry are ebonized wenge.

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Photograph by Giovanni Photography

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Bottom Left — Wet bar with radius board and baton knee wall and concave storage cabinets. The back bar houses an under-counter wine storage and refrigerator. The upper section features lighted glass display cabinetry. The entire bar is constructed of American walnut, and is hand distressed and finished with a wood bleach and glaze. Interior design by Kathleen McGovern Studio of Interior Design, www. kathleenmcgovernstudio.com


Bottom Left — Suspended radius wall panel constructed of dyed Macassar ebony with inlayed nickel bands. The panels are suspended with metal standoffs and are back lit. Inset radius niche with metallic back panel is back lit and highlights the art glass sculpture. Bottom Right — Suspended vanity base with onyx countertop and wooden vessel sink. A circular wood mirror is inset into a stacked stone backsplash wood frame and creates a stunning powder room. Interior design by Wendy Berry of W Design, www.wdesign.com

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All projects handcrafted by Hyland Custom Cabinetry, a Thomas Riley Company. www.hylandcabinetry.com

Photograph by Giovanni Photography

Right — Floating credenza with a bleached, mitered walnut surround. Inset leather wrapped doors with hammered nail heads. A custom TV surround positioned above with materials and style to match the floating credenza. Custom through carved walnut wall grills. Interior design by Renee Gaddis of Renee Gaddis Interiors, www.reneegaddis.com

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Design Built-ins Left — Suspended radius wet bar with quartered figured English sycamore door panels. Blue dyed inlaid pear wood and layered recycled glass countertops complete the look. Braided cables hold suspended starfire glass shelves. Bottom Left — A dyed wenge vanity base with curved doors and drawer fronts marries form and function. Hand polished, metallic, automotive painted mirror frame with vanishing TV and hand crafted Murano glass vessel sink. Interior design by Roland Wyss, www.rrinteriordesign.ch Bottom Right — For the princess… floating dyed wenge bank of drawers with honed white Thassos marble countertop and starfire glass overlay. The unit features custom-dyed leather-wrapped makeup drawers. A Swarovski crystal light fixture is mounted in a leatherwrapped and arched mirror surround. Interior design by Roland Wyss, www.rrinteriordesign.ch These beautiful homes are located in Moraya Bay, www.morayabay.com

Photography this page by Giovanni Photography

All projects handcrafted by Hyland Custom Cabinetry, a Thomas Riley Company. www.hylandcabinetry.com.

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This Page — If it weren’t for the view of the golf course, you would think you were in the bedroom of an Italian Palazzo. The limed beams were sourced from barns in New England. The Gothic reproduction chandelier from Niermann Weeks was inspired by one found in a convent in France in the 17th century. Opposite — Simonsen-Hickok with her beloved Henry at ease on the lanai.

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joan simonsen-hickok

A designer’s most difficult client is often herself.

Being invited into an interior designer’s own home is a privileged experience. Typically, when we see an artist’s finished product, it’s a vision of perfection that was created with a client’s taste and objective in mind. By seeing a designer’s own home, we gain a much different perspective. Much like going backstage in a Broadway play; it’s the opportunity to pull back the veil of the professional façade and see into a master craftsman’s soul. We can see the true root of inspiration — the personal history, design styles and travel influences — from which she pulls her enthusiasm while working with others. Two of the major influences for Joan Simonsen-Hickok are the timeless icons, Sister Parish and Elsie de Wolfe. Known for her genteel, comfortable rooms, Parish rose to fame in the ‘50s as the first interior designer brought in to decorate the Kennedy White House. It was de Wolfe, earlier in the 20th century, whose spunky stripes were America’s first introduction to the rationality of modernism. Since her youth was spent perusing antique shops on Madison Avenue with her Uncle Henry, Simonsen-Hickok will always relate to the classic, while updating a room to current function.

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Designer at home Simonsen-Hickok’s home reflects her personal style of beautifully appointed relaxed elegance. Creating interesting combinations and unexpected juxtapositions with accents of varying quality and provenance has become her standard for a balanced composition. “I strive to provide clients with service and style that I would expect for myself,” says SimonsenHickok. A seemingly effortless dialogue between classicism and contemporary, drawn from her European travel, is evident throughout her home, and her clients’ homes. At the end, there is a style that will prove enduring. Photography by Gionvanni Photography

Above Top — A beautiful dining room table is set for an elegant brunch. The place settings are Juliska, and the soup tureens are antique. Above Bottom — The pumpkin walls and the pale ochre ceiling in the dining room are typical to Florence, Italy. The 18th century antique engravings are of the Parisian State Buildings, the large plein air painting is by Frank Corso, and the smaller paintings are by Norton Bush. The dining room incorporates a chandelier from Dennis & Leen, and the buffet and Georgian dining table are from Neirmann Weeks. Above Right — The entrance is a very personal expression, one built on an erudite assemblage of antique dog paintings, reflecting Joan’s love of dogs and good design.

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The rustic character is echoed in the weathered beams and planked ceiling in the kitchen. All of the beams in this home were reclaimed from barns in the New England area made from trees dating back two to three hundred years.

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Fine Art While this home’s stately, traditional appearance is obvious for all to see — something surprising awaits those who enter its doors. Careful attention has been paid to each detail of the home’s design — allowing it to serve as the perfect canvas for the homeowner’s extensive modern art collection. This blending of the traditional and the contemporary was a challenge that Architect John Cooney was more than happy to tackle. “My goal was to design a sophisticated piece of architecture that would nestle into a community that was traditional in nature, serve as a backdrop to the homeowner’s art collection, and deliver phenomenal water views from every room in the house,” says Cooney from Stofft Cooney Architects. While the home’s exterior architecture is old Florida style, upon closer inspection one can notice subtleties that lend a more contemporary countenance. “The smooth precast, precisely built metal roof, thin fascia, soffit details, and clean corbels all give the Old Florida style a cleaner look to tie into the interiors.” says Chuck Rainey, Vice President of BCB Homes. Inside, the home’s monochromatic pallet allows the art to take center stage — with the extra punch of unique architectural detailing. An awe inspiring, multiple-reverse coffered ceiling with indirect lighting ignites the imagination, enhancing the homeowner’s desire to immerse himself into the artistic landscape that brings him joy. Aesthetic pieces, such as the rich and tactile stainless sculpture “Looking Down” by Tony Cragg and a beautifully luminous multi-color painting by Peter Zimmerman delight the senses.

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Clean, contemporary finishes, such as the piano finish on the kitchen cabinets and crown moldings, can be challenging to implement but offer huge rewards.

The clean white kitchen is minimalistic in nature. The cabinetry is an abstract version of a bead board shaker cabinet but with a modern twist. Due to a lack of ornate detail in the kitchen, lighting both the ceiling and cabinetry accents was an important consideration in design. Two perfectly placed kitchen sculptures by Bill Thompson add a pop of color to the otherwise monochrome space. Another elaborate piece of artwork in the hallway, entitled “Wham” by Beverly Fishman, gives the homeowner a true conversation piece with which to enthrall guests. The striking dining nook features floor-to-ceiling glass windows that emphasize the panoramic water views. High gloss, white enamel wood floors combine with an impressive chandelier from Barovier & Toso to create an inviting space. The fun, outdoor living room with fireplace denotes an air of whimsy. Brightly colored furniture and spacious water vistas present a relaxed atmosphere, ideal for guests to Photograph by Giovanni Photography

gather and converse. Bi-fold doors by NanaWall allow for an open space floor plan. This relationship with the outdoors is what Cooney is the most pleased with, “whether it’s the living room, kitchen or outdoor living room, the house flows very well,” adds Cooney. Colorful and dramatic, the master bedroom comes to life with the addition of a large Marcus Weggenmann Carpet in tones of orange, rust, yellow and green. Another unique, woodplanked ceiling crowns the room and adds texture. A large balcony, spanning the entire A dramatically lit hallway serves as the perfect runway for the wall art Wham by Beverly Fishman.

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length of the master bedroom, highlights the serene beauty of Naples Bay. Above the bed, a series of paintings by Beverly Fishman entitled “Dividose” lend luminosity to the space.

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Above — The homeowner’s love of saturated color, light and luminosity are evident in this beautiful master bedroom by the bay. Below — Pure and pristine, the whitetiled master bath boasts an indoor and outdoor shower. Oppsite Above — The outdoor living room provides the perfect place to light a fire, entertain guests, or simply enjoy the panoramic water views.

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Oppsite Below — In the study, each piece of artwork has been carefully lit in order to fully accentuate its unique beauty.

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Written by Marci Wise Stofft Cooney Architects 633 Ninth Street North Naples, Florida 34102 239.262.7677 www.stofftcooney.com BCB Homes 3696 Enterprise Ave. #100 Naples, Florida 34104 www.bcbhomes.com 239.643.1004

The dark wood flooring of the study brings an element of contrast to the home. Minimal detailing in the ceiling and indirect lighting bring full attention to the homeowner’s beloved art. “Wood man” by Stephan Balkanhol and a Busan shipyard photo by Thomas Struth amuse and delight — while a Paul Smith rug enlivens the area. The bright, white master bath with freestanding tub serves to further accentuate the home’s remarkable waterfront location. A Glassos countertop provides shine and durability. A hand-painted skateboard by Peter Zimmermann adorns the wall, continuing the artistic theme. In the dining room, windows opening to the south side of the property allow plenty of natural light to illuminate the portrait of Mademoiselle de Pompadour by Ken Aptekar which elegantly wraps itself around two walls. White tiled floors and another impressive garnet colored chandelier from Barovier & Toso place an exclamation mark on the room. The home’s black mosaic pool is designed with a 360-degree infinity edge, creating the illusion that it’s one with the Bay. While the all glass tile sun shelf with chaise lounges may give the false appearance of shallowness, this waveless pool actually provides depths of up to six feet, enabling it to be used for both lounging and swimming laps. The detached spa, located off the outdoor living room, also boasts an infinity edge with water flowing over all four sides. Multiple planters lead down to the dock below, blending the elements of indoor and outdoor living seamlessly. The homeowner is pleased with his artistic oasis, “I always tell people, ‘if you’re going to build a

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house, Naples, Florida is the place,’” he says. “It was such a satisfying process that I could have started the next day and done it all again.”

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The glass-tiled spa features a disappearing edge on all four sides, leading one’s gaze naturally to the Bay beyond.

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Beachside Beauty

Light, bright, and airy, this Barefoot Beach home communes seamlessly within the lush landscape upon which it sits. While the lot itself is cozy, architect Jon Kukk has positioned the home in such a way that one could hardly imagine a more perfect placement. “We tried to rotate the entry so the house presents itself from the street, while also giving the home a sense of privacy, all without sacrificing the priceless Gulf of Mexico views,” says Kukk, Principal at Kukk Architecture & Design. A joint creative effort between Kukk, Windover Construction, Inc, Potter Homes, and Collins & DuPont Interior Design, the home incorporates design applications that make a huge impression on the psyche without stealing away one’s awareness of the awe-inspiring natural beauty of the property. It’s a collaboration that works. “It makes for a better home because everyone has a different perspective and viewpoint. So once they’re all collected and refined, you’ve got a very special project,” adds Kim Collins, Vice President of Collins & DuPont.

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The charming dining room comes to life with the addition of a handmade lighting fixture reminiscent of old gas lanterns.

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In the home’s open living area, muted accent colors of gray, blue, and white combine with natural textures to bring the essence of the seascape inside. This allows the room’s occupants to effortlessly commune with the restorative qualities of the water. A mixture of metals, textured silver and darker iron, adds an element of shine without sacrificing the home’s natural, earthy appeal. The open floor plan, comfortable furniture and scenic balcony create the perfect place for guests to gather, allowing the homeowner to take seaside entertaining to a new level. A cast stone table and gas grill with colorful stained-glass backsplash are both fun and functional. The charm of the dining area is accentuated by the addition of a custom wood dining table in weathered driftwood finish with ribbed metal apron and decorative base. Traditional dining chairs with complementing his and her upholstered backs add a modern and playful twist to the room. Finally, a hand-made iron and glass lighting fixture by Low Country reinforces the relaxed and inviting atmosphere. State-of-the-art Wolf appliances and natural quartzite countertops create a kitchen sure to please even the finest of chefs. Rustic bar stools by Stanley with an antiqued painted finish serve to further infuse the area with coastal elegance. Rich, multi-toned, natural walnut floors add a touch of warmth to the space.

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This sitting area provides a quiet place for reading and morning coffee.


Traditional silhouettes are updated with light woods and metallic finishes found in both the furniture and textiles.

A sitting area adjacent to the VIP Suite offers the perfect place to rest, relax, or read. A charming, weathered cypress knee and touches of metallic combined with light and transparent window treatments offer a cozy, natural appeal. The VIP Suite with stately Noir sleigh bed instills the impression of a restorative retreat. The color palette of brushed bronze, warm cotton and subtle blush tones is highlighted by antique mirror accents. Custom vaulted ceilings with applied panel moldings add height and volume to this serene setting. Silver port-hole inspired accents above the bed add a touch of the nautical. The guest bedroom creates a romantic setting with subtle Parisian undertones. Saturated colors — ­ rich mineral gray combined with fresh, clean whites and accents of bright blueberry — work together to create a whimsical flair. Another striking Low Country lighting fixture, hung on a rope instead of a chain, along with a Swedish driftwood chair, further incorporate natural elements into this quaint bedroom. The recessed ceiling with alternating color pattern draws the eye upward and accentuates the flat crown molding trim detail. Marble flooring, granite countertops and a simple chandelier add elegance to the master bath, while sconces and decorative mirrors provide warmth. Kohler faucets and a free-standing soaking tub finish the design.

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Above — A spacious shower and soaking tub creating a relaxing oasis in the master bathroom. Opposite — The playful Parisian themed guest room combines traditional roots with contemporary accents.

The stunning second story Gulf views from the master bedroom are guaranteed to delight the senses. The room’s scenic sensibilities are complimented by a neutral backdrop of colors in dove gray and rich taupe mixed with vibrant pops of citron green and ocean blue. Soft, gauzy sheers frame the picturesque view, while custom tray ceilings add height and interest. A light-filled nook off the bedroom offers a personal desk area. Multiple balconies and an abundance of windows allow this home to take full advantage of the lot’s greatest attributes. Intricate details such as decorative cypress rafter tails and Bahamian shutters bring this labor of love to life. “Building a home with many details only magnifies our opportunities to exceed expectations, and we embrace the challenge,” describes Tom Potter of Potter Homes. “It’s so rewarding to get to experience the creative process and to take it through to the end,” adds Kukk. “It’s still a surprise when you get to see the ensemble all put together. It’s powerful.”

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Fun metallic accents combined with natural feeling fabrics and woods complete a welcoming guest suite.

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Written by Marci Wise Photography by Lori Hamilton Collins & DuPont 8911 Brighton Lane Bonita Springs, Florida 34135 239.948.2400 www.collins-dupont.com Kukk Architecture & Design 1300 3rd Street South, Suite 203E Naples, Florida 34102 239.263.9996 www.kukkarchitecture.com Potter Homes 809 Walkerbilt Road #4 Naples, Florida 34110 239.254.9319 www.potterhomesinc.com

Balanced transoms and expansive windows maximize the million dollar view from this remarkable waterfront property.

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Located on the top floor of an ultramodern building, this penthouse’s skylight welcomes guests with a flux of natural light from the first moments they arrive.

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Simply Modern An inviting and comfortable home can make us feel on top of the world — and this penthouse condominium with sweeping Gulf of Mexico views certainly delivers. Floor-to-ceiling windows bring each room to life with natural beauty and allow its occupants to become one with the water, aquamarine hues, and orange-colored sunsets. Originally in a smaller apartment, the owners loved the very organic, curving shape of this modern designed Bay Colony building. When the penthouse became available, they turned to the talents of licensed Interior Designer Janet Bilotti to help them create the perfect waterfront oasis. “They wanted a contemporary feel with clean lines and changes of texture,” describes Bilotti, President of Janet Bilotti Interiors. Light and bright, a skylight in the foyer provides a pleasing mass of natural light upon entering. Simple glass accents and beach oriented lifestyle photography greet guests arriving via the private elevator. Twin life-sized Tom Corbin bronze sculptures entitled “Woman Walking Tall” flank the entrances to the home adding a touch of the dramatic. Teak wood flooring throughout lends warmth and richness to the space. The casual elegance of the family room offers the perfect place for entertaining. An oversized L-shaped white leather sofa invites the couple’s children and their friends to comfortably enjoy the large flat screen TV with surround sound. “This particular American Leather sofa is from the Venice collection and incorporates contemporary beauty and comfort,” says Emilio Sadez, owner of International Design Source. Subtle pops of natural color — in blue, gray, green, and taupe — bring the essence of the water inside, accentuating the

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Walls of windows, comfortable seating and a light, bright dĂŠcor reinforce the laid-back beach lifestyle.

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panoramic gulf views. Bilotti designed the one-of-a-kind cocktail table herself using large, fabricated pieces of stone that are stacked irregularly. “I like to add something that’s a little unexpected,” says Bilotti. To find the perfect travertine for the project, Bilotti brought in United Materials, Inc. “There is amazing beauty in Mother Nature’s works of art — color, pattern, texture, and reflective qualities — and it’s always exciting to pull together a unique look,” adds Susan Stewart, Marketing Manager of UMI. The European inspired eat-in kitchen features a hydraulic countertop that can be lowered for dining or elevated for use as a serving counter. Everything is exposed in this user-friendly kitchen. Metal shelving under the cooktop allows for easy accessibility to pots and pans. The high quality German kitchen appliances were already there, enabling Bilotti to easily update the space with new chairs, artwork, and a few additional upgrades. The gray Italian dining chairs are made from the ecologically friendly material ecopelle. “It’s a very soft and supple material that feels like leather, but at the same time is very cleanable and low maintenance in every way,” explains Ozzie Pancaro from Casa Italia. Black granite countertops, a glass-front refrigerator, and a dramatic steel hood with lighting complete the look. The impressive formal dining room features a striking, aqua colored glass table — its rectangular top so large that it had to be placed into the home pre-construction. The new owners added their own feel to the room by adorning the area with glass accent pieces in greens, turquoise, and yellows to further evoke thoughts of the sea. This organic shaped artwork, along with Knoll chairs and a stately European lighting fixture, offer a polished ambiance to the setting. Luxurious and theatrical, the steel paneled walls and flush fireplace in the formal living room create an area of distinction. Two tubular-framed, black leather Bibendum chairs by Eileen Gray combined with a Mies van de Rohe daybed bring an air of classic sophistication to the room. FlowDecor lamps add a bit of bling to pick up the chrome of the chairs while

Right — The inclusion of colorful glass accents, many from the Czech Republic, brings the dining room to life with the reflection of the liquid landscape. Left — A Mondrian inspired low profile storage cabinet defines the kitchen from the formal dining area, continuing the expansive feel of the home.

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Signature Knoll pieces in the formal living room add a classic flair to this otherwise contemporary setting.

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The home’s curved, open-air balconies, five in all, allow its occupants to “experience” the seascape as well as see it.

adding sparkle and shine. The glass cocktail table, also from the collection of artist Tom Corbin, has been accentuated by the addition of three reclaimed glass sculptures in vibrant blue. The white 105-inch Desiree sofa is covered with a comfortable fabric and filled with down feathers. A hand-knotted rug adds coziness, warmth, and texture to the space. One of the most spectacular aspects of this particular building is the organic, curving shape of its open-air balconies. Bilotti has provided the homeowners multiple ways to enjoy this feature, while either relaxing in the conversation seating area, or dining outside beneath a breathtaking sunset. “I try to respect what is given in terms of the construction while giving the client what they want in terms of the quality, design, and serviceability,” adds Bilotti. This plush penthouse playground emphasizes the best of the Florida lifestyle, gifting its occupants with magnificent water views from almost every angle.

Written by Marci Wise Photography by Giovanni Photography Janet Bilotti Interiors 1786 Trade Center Way Suite 5 Naples, Florida 34109 239.597.3636 www.janetbilotti.com International Design Source 1939 Trade Center Way Naples, Florida 34109 239.591.1114 www.ids1.com United Materials, Inc. 1998 Trade Center Way Naples, Florida 34109 239.593.6995 www.umistone.com Casa Italia 10800 Corkscrew Rd. No. 250 Estero, Florida 33928 239.390.0643 www.casaitaliaonline.com

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Restyled Ranch Bringing a 1971 Florida home into the 21st century is an endeavor calling for fresh ideas and a talented design team. When one Park Shore home was renovated, its traditional ranch-style architecture was reinterpreted. Dan and Mary D’Alessandro, a Canadian couple with young children, bought their residence with the understanding that major changes would be required. The ho-hum exterior had little in the way of detail. The interior featured dated design and small rooms. They wanted to go about a renovation the right way, but knew that the architectural modifications would be many because the room design was awkward. Something seemed wrong about walking through the front door into a tiny kitchen, for instance, and low ceilings gave the entire home a boxy, claustrophobic feel. Fortunately, the early-Rutenberg home was well built and came with a great deal of potential. The most dramatic challenge of the renovation, vaulting the living room ceiling and leaving the heavy wooden trusses and connecting metal plates exposed, was Mary D’Alessandro’s idea. “She was very hands-on, and involved in every aspect of this project,” explains Matthew Kragh, AIA, owner, MHK Architecture & Planning. “She’d seen a magazine picture of this technique years earlier and had always wanted to try it. The exposed truss work was an incredible design element that transformed the interior,” adds Kragh. When a ceiling is vaulted and trusses become part of the design, mechanical systems and ductwork are rerouted. The slim cavity created between the existing roof and the new tongueand-groove ceiling was filled with Icynene, an expanding foam insulation. To create the open living area, space was taken from a covered outdoor room by the pool. Clerestory windows in between the trusses add more natural light to the liberated setting. To be an integral part of a great room, the kitchen had to be relocated. The new culinary command center features a large island for food preparation and informal dining. Rooms were reconfigured throughout the home. The only addition to the existing home was a new master bedroom suite. The former master bedroom wing was turned into two children’s bedrooms sharing the former master bath. Beefing up the exterior with a gabled entryway flanked by fieldstone created curb appeal. “We met the owner back when she was considering buying the property, so we worked with her throughout the design process, putting together a budget and completing all of the construction,” describes Mike Assaad, Owner, Waterside Builders. “There were a lot of moving parts to this project, but there is no question that the result is gorgeous. We are very proud of it.”

Enhancing the roofline of a 70s-era residence with an entryway addition flanked by fieldstone-lined columns creates curb appeal.

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A Realtor who specializes in design, Linda Sonders found this house, then helped D’Alessandro create the interior. The look is Florida chic with white walls, white oak floors in living areas and the master bedroom, vibrant colors and natural fibers for carpets and fabrics. The kitchen backsplash is a raised, rectangular mosaic glass tile. “The process was wonderfully collaborative with my client,” explains Sonders. “Mary knew she wanted a coastal contemporary interior with pops of color. She also knew that she wanted it to be a comfortable and welcoming home for her children and guests. We shared ideas via email for months and are thrilled with the fun, fresh result.” The home had one guest bedroom. As part of the extensive makeover, an office became flexible space with a sofa containing a pull-out queen-sized bed for a second guest bedroom. “Now we’ve got five bedrooms, which is great because this allows us to welcome both family and friends,” says D’Alessandro. A formal dining room close to the front entrance establishes the new home’s aesthetic with durable molded Eames chairs, a chandelier embellished with delicate capiz shells, and a vibrant painting by

Below — Chic touches in the dining room include a painting from Toronto artist Sharon Barr, iconic molded Eames chairs and a chandelier embellished with delicate capiz shells. Opposite — Open to the living room, with an island large enough for food preparation and countertop dining, the kitchen is designed for casual family living.

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By incorporating space from the pool pavilion, boosting the ceiling with exposed trusses and adding clerestory windows, the entire footprint of the home was dramatically transformed.

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Above — The home’s only addition was a master bedroom suite, an inviting space with wood floors and a tongue-and-groove ceiling. Below — To accommodate children, the former home’s entire master bedroom wing was transformed into two bedrooms with a shared full bathroom. Opposite Above — The home’s casual interior is defined by natural fabrics, earth tones and tropical views. Opposite Below — To accommodate children, the former home’s entire master bedroom wing was transformed into two bedrooms with a shared full bathroom.

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Toronto artist Sharon Barr. “I was walking down a cold Toronto street one day, and that painting was in the window,” remembers D’Alessandro. “It has all the colors of the rainbow and was not suited at all to Toronto tastes, and so the store owners were almost surprised by my interest in it. I knew that it belonged in Naples. That painting made everything come together, really,” adds D’Alessandro. The finished home includes a covered outdoor kitchen with a grilling station and sturdy all-weather wicker furniture for yearround al fresco dining. The inviting pool pavilion can be seen from most rooms in

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the home. Adding to the Florida experience, the previous owners had green thumbs, and the home is surrounded by mature tropical fruit trees. The entire project was technically complicated. Because of strict guidelines established by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), not more than 25% of the existing roof structure could be removed, and the cost of the project could not cost more than 50% of the appraised value of the home. “About 25% of the projects that come into our office have FEMA issues,” says Kragh. “In my opinion, this is a model example of a successful FEMA renovation.” This is a happy ending. “Matthew Kragh, Mike Assaad, and Linda Sonders are a dream team,” says D’Alessandro. “We love the home. That is for sure.” Written by Mary Lou Smart Photography by Michael McVay Waterside Builders 790 Harbour Drive Naples, Florida 34103 239.430.3883 www.watersidebuildersinc.com MHK Architecture & Planning 975 6th Avenue South Naples, Florida 34102 239.919.0786 www.mhkap.com Linda Sonders Design 4081 Tamiami Trail North C-104, Naples, Florida 34103 239.860.0119 www.lindasonders.com

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Urban chic Robert Kleinschmidt takes particular pride in the work he recently completed for the owners of a 2,500-square-foot high rise overlooking Naples’ Pelican Bay. The home displays careful reflection of Southwest Florida’s regional design characteristics while still confirming the enduring relevance of Modernist design. Most of the classic Modern furnishings Kleinschmidt chose for this project were designed more than half a century ago. Yet set against a canvas of Minimalist architecture, the entire installation looks as fresh and contemporary as anything on the market today.

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Luckily, this client — Toronto-based empty-nesters — had no existing design baggage, because what looks great in Columbus, Kansas City, or even New York City, often doesn’t travel well. These snowbirds gave Kleinschmidt free rein to create a residential environment that was appropriate to the setting. The apartment they purchased was essentially in its original state, and needed substantial upgrades, including a new kitchen and baths. But the owners were ready for a completely new living experience and brought nothing from their previous Naples residence; they purchased all the other furnishings specifically for this apartment. They did buy the Steinway grand piano from the previous owner of the apartment, and brought one treasure of a light fixture designed by Philippe Starck from their Canadian home. Certainly qualities like its vibrant color palette in the context of its white backdrop, the informality of its furniture placement, and its overall emphasis on comfort speak to the apartment’s semi-tropical/ coastal paradise locale. The abstract artwork in the home — all done by the owner — creates a perfect compliment to the furnishings. While the quality of the project would suggest a substantial budget, Kleinschmidt points out that it cost less than you’d think, primarily because of his ingenious strategies for purchasing the furnishings. He was able to call on his longtime association with Knoll International to obtain attractive pricing on major pieces like the Noguchi table, the Saarinen dining ensemble, and three different sizes of Bertoia wire chairs. Kleinschmidt mixed these with custom pieces of his own design: the glass slab desk in the master bedroom; the glass cocktail table and “Rockefeller” sofa, manufactured by Interior Crafts and originally designed for David Rockefeller’s Chase Manhattan

An off-white pebbly carpet defines the space while a resin frosted bookcase extends beyond the wall plane creating a sense of enclosure. A custom 10-foot-long storage unit is composed of original parts from the Charles and Ray Eames 1947 storage system and is opposite a pair of Eero Saarinen womb chairs. This storage unit represents a tour de force of scale. HomeAndDesign.net

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Above — The kitchen is composed of custom, Italian, matte, white lacquer cabinets evoking a very serene feeling. A circular high breakfast table sits in the foreground and offers a comfortable space as sunlight bathes the entire room. Below — A detail of the white, frosted resin bookcase demonstrates the luminosity of translucency. The bookcase glows as the TV area behind is flooded with sunlight. It is a highlight at the opposite end of the entry corridor. Above Opposite — The dining space, composed of a classic Saarinen Tulip Table and 6 armless Tulip Chairs, is enclosed and defined by a white lacquered Knoll credenza with a white marble top and the window wall facing South. A classic Philippe Starck hanging lamp graces the dining table while the whites and multiple tones of gray are highlighted beautifully by the orange, red, and magenta upholstery. Below Opposite — The owner’s study provides a minimal and clean working environment with beautiful views of Naples. A large Corian built-in work surface with under-desk lateral files is situated along the large window. Opposite the desk and view is a sofa that opens into a double bed for guests accompanied by a custom designed rug by Anni Albers.

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office, in the living room — as well as pieces from CB2 [the master bedroom dressers and nightstands] and Design Within Reach [the Anni Albers rug and Panton chairs]. Still other pieces are the result of particularly innovative sourcing, like having Modernica construct a 10-foot long cabinet, custom built out of components from Charles & Ray Eames’ classic 1947 storage system. Kleinschmidt, whose architecture school classmate David Zeunert completed the base building architecture for the project, says that his innovative approach to this project also speaks to enormous changes in his field, particularly since the economic downturn of the last decade. “It’s never been harder to practice design,” says Kleinschmidt. “I’ve really had to re-invent myself,” he adds reflectively. That may be true, but it definitely seems here as if he’s effortlessly synthesized so much of the work he’s done in his prior career; this residence is a logical outgrowth of decades of experience designing interiors at Powell/Kleinschmidt, the Chicago-based interior architecture firm he and Donald Powell founded in 1976 after many years A peaceful, serene space of warm gray tones takes full advantage of the spectacular view of the Gulf of Mexico. Two identical white lacquer dressers are placed end to end along with a custom glass desktop for the Mrs. of the household. The master bed has a base and headboard upholstered in an oatmeal wool fabric. A classic armless Mies van der Rohe chaise longue sits in the sole bay window of the residence.

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working at Skidmore Owings & Merrill. When Powell decided to retire in 2009, Kleinschmidt established his own design consultancy, and has since completed a number of office, hospitality, and residential projects. All reflect his devotion to the tenets of Miesian Modernism. If Mies van der Rohe and his colleagues created something called the International Style in the mid-20th century, the design approach that Kleinschmidt, and the generation of designers who spread the Miesian aesthetic, practices today is an example of a highly refined interpretation of the core principles of Modernism. It’s beyond “international” because its timeless sophistication would make it appropriate anywhere today. A better appellation for it might be “cosmopolitan.” Written by Philip Berger Photography by Mike Schwartz RDK Design LTD 57 West Grand Avenue, Suite 300 Chicago, IL 60654 312.224.0005 www.rdkdesignltd.com

Scan to view video or go to: homeanddesign.net/urban-chic The living room is the centerpiece of the residence. The space is defined by an area rug hand woven in 4 shades of gray and white to contrast the white porcelain tile flooring. Surrounding a 3/4 circle glass coffee table designed by the architect are three different sized classic Bertoia chairs and tuxedo sofa. Most evident in this space are the orange, red, and magenta highlights within the gray and white color palette.

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The front elevation is a perfect example of Old Florida architecture. The generous porch and balcony allow the indoor and outdoor spaces to flow seamlessly.

Quiet Sophistication There is much to be said about the calming effects of simple and beautiful design. It takes a skillful eye and an attention to detail to design a space that puts the mind at ease and relaxes the senses. Interior Designer Debra Lysy and Architect John Cooney created an interior and exterior that flow seamlessly together to achieve a calm, quiet, and sophisticated look. Feelings of comfort and warmth can be drawn from the glowing exterior of this 5,800-squarefoot residence in the heart of downtown Olde Naples. John Cooney wanted the home to exude authentic Old Florida character and charm. “To reinforce simplicity and the casual mood of an Old Florida home, I used some of the most identifiable architectural elements from this vernacular. Historic Old Florida cottages predated air conditioning so the incorporation of high ceilings, porches and numerous windows was common. These essential elements provide relief from Florida’s sunlight and enhance indoor air circulation. The most familiar Old Florida architectural elements included in this home are wood siding, high-peaked metal gable roofs, shutters, and double–hung windows,” explains Cooney.

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The formal living room was meant to be elegant while remaining casual and inviting. It is a place where you’d love to read a book or entertain guests in a comfortable atmosphere. “It’s all about a balance of the wood tones and painted finishes, which I have carefully woven together throughout the entire space,” describes Lysy. The whites, creams, butter yellows, and sprinkles of coral are all strategically placed to compliment one another. Moving into the dining room you are quietly greeted by the same soft and creamy colors and textures from the living area. A large round table anchors the space underneath a David Iatesta chandelier. The study follows suit with a neutral and inviting color palette. Floor-to-ceiling window treatments draw your eye up to view some of the impressive coffered ceiling details, which were painted to create contrast and visual interest. A cream and celery palette was chosen to create a restful, peaceful, and serene setting in the master suite. The oversized chair and ottoman are intended for reading the morning paper and having a cup of coffee with a poolside view. A special dressing area was created for the homeowner with the idea of a dual-purpose space. Not only does the room accommodate all of her clothing, there is a television, writing desk, siting area, and makeup vanity.

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Above — Watercolor botanical prints and a custom painted breakfront mimic the theme and color scheme of the formal living room to unify the spaces. The watercolor prints were sourced from Webster & Co. Below — The walls of the study are a unique faux finish process that creates the look of a grass cloth wall covering. Opposite — The custom plate display cabinet designed in lieu of artwork features a spectacular 180-year old antique plate collection and was the perfect finishing touch to the room.

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Top Left — A television was added to the homeowner’s dressing room so she could watch TV late at night without disturbing her husband. Bottom — The David Iatesta chandelier was the inspiration for this room; it brings a hint of formality to the space. The bath accessories and hardware are from Ferguson Bath, Kitchen and Lighting Gallery. Right — The custom bedding is comfortable and luxurious. All of the linens in the home were sourced from Gattle’s.

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A cream and celery palette was chosen to create a serene setting.

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The focal point of the master bathroom is a beautiful Swedish crystal chandelier, which rests above an elegant soaking tub. The backdrop for the entire space is a floral wallpaper accented with tile wainscoting. A mixture of brass, chrome, and crystal finishes were used throughout the space to dress it up and compliment the range of materials found in the chandelier. Tucked away in the back left corner of the home, you will find a staircase that leads you to a spacious and private guest retreat. “The inspiration for this room was the view of the swimming pool,� expresses Lysy. This space has a more tropical and playful look than the rest of the home. The color palette is more saturated, and the wall covering is a vibrant and captivating shade of turquoise. The bold color choices are balanced with mocha accessories and natural linens.

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This private guest retreat stands apart from the rest of the home with its bright and saturated color scheme. Many of the accessories and furniture in this room were found at Angela Fine Furnishings.


This guest room is thought of as a second master. It features a balcony with views overlooking the lanai.

“Lysy’s creative talents invite you to view each room and experience the application of textures, colors, fabrics, and mixed finishes,” says Vivian Armenti of Henredon. On the opposite side of the home, the second story is inviting, expansive, and boasts three more guest suites. In comparison to the private guest retreat, the color schemes chosen are more refined and subdued. A four-poster bed accented with sheer drapery is the centerpiece for one of the guest bedrooms. The cream and sage green color palette creates a tranquil setting for this “second master.” A smaller guest room across the hall was designed to have a clean and crisp feeling. Bright whites were used to create a sharp contrast with the periwinkle blue color scheme.

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“Homes designed in the Old Florida style often have a unique connection to nature, and throughout history have promoted the indoor/outdoor lifestyle of Southwest Florida,” says Cooney. The outdoor living area is an extension of the home that is perfect for entertaining. “It was always our vision to have an outdoor sectional sofa to define the space,” explains Lysy. This is a space where everyone just wants to relax, watch TV, barbecue, and dine. “The fireplace wall was originally plain stucco, and we redesigned it. We found a walling stone from the Bourgogne region of France, and I thought it was a perfect complement to the architecture,“ describes Lysy. “A true designer blends the essence of a project with the personality of its clients. Debra Lysy captured the sophisticated coastal look of the Southwest Florida lifestyle,” adds Armenti. Every detail of this Olde Naples home works in harmony to create a feeling of casual elegance. From the expansive outdoor living spaces, to the open-style floor plan, this residence is a calming retreat that reflects the homeowner’s upscale style.

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The delft blue and white porcelain mosaic table lamps are the perfecting finishing touch to the space. They were sourced from Bay Design Store in Naples.


Above — Lysy collaborated with Grace Lakes Florist, Inc. to create the living succulent wall art. Her aim was to keep the decorations in the outdoor space related to nature. Below — Enjoying the custom pool and spa is a favorite pastime for family members and friends.

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Drapery was added to the outdoor living area to soften the architectural details and frame the room. Decorative latticework is a natural backdrop for the ample outdoor living space.

Written by Kelsey Miklavcic Photography by Giovanni Photography Lysy Interior Designs, LLC 10800 Corkscrew Road Estero, FL 33928 239.269.0361 www.lysydesigns.com Stofft Cooney Architects 633 Ninth Street North Naples, Florida 34102 239.262.7677 www.stofftcooney.com Henredon Interior Design Showroom Miromar Design Center 10800 Corkscrew Road Estero, FL 33928 239.390.0041 www.henredon.com

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Stone Age Selecting Natural Stone for Your Home When designing or renovating a home today, selecting natural stone for surfaces comes with abundant choice. With today’s exquisite options, the design possibilities are endless when you factor in the varieties, colors, and textures of natural stone. The most frequently selected stone is granite, with its timeless beauty and elegance. It is both prestigious and practical. No two slabs of granite are exactly the same, which means yours will be completely unique. In addition, granite is one of the hardest materials on earth, so it is not likely to scratch. Granite is also porous, so it should be sealed with a good quality sealer. Sealing will give you time to clean up spills before they are absorbed into the stone to create a stain. On occasion, you may want to spruce up the shine and add a little extra protection from fingerprints on your granite countertops by using a stone polish. Another popular choice is marble. It is commercially defined as any limestone that will take a polish. Marble in its purest state is white; colored marbles are the result of other minerals being mixed with the calcite or dolomite. Marble, no matter what the color, will usually have some type of veining running through it; the veins are usually different in color than the main color of the stone. Marble is relatively soft when compared to other stones, such as granite, so care should be taken because it can scratch easily and is sensitive to acidic chemicals.

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Onyx is a type of marble, which is characteristically translucent,

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with many beautiful veins running concentrically to one another.

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his role is chief stone buyer for UMI. His natural curiosity and

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unbridled passion for unearthing new stone has earned him a

Travertine is a type of limestone that differs from other forms in that it is created in hot springs called a karst. The water movement in the karst erodes the travertine, creating holes in the stone. Polished travertine will usually have its holes filled in with coloredmatched cement. Unfilled travertine, which does display these holes, is widely used on walls, floors, and commercial exteriors. Travertine is commonly tan or beige in color, but can also be found in gorgeous silver, gold, reds and browns.

you could possibly need for a design project is United Materials Design Center (UMI) in Naples. Recently expanded into a chic new space, UMI is the premier importer and wholesaler in Florida and quite possibly in the entire country. The spectacular new design showroom is nothing short of an elegant New York City art gallery. The accompanying slab warehouse, perfectly ventilated and meticulously organized, features one of the finest

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the most discerning eye for unique and rare stone products. Suppliers seek him out when they locate the unusual, knowing that Donnie intuitively can determine a winning natural stone product. He shares, “UMI is definitively ‘The Source’ (hence our trademark slogan) for natural stone projects in Southwest Florida. Our years of experience paired with a legacy of success have elevated our status. We are known as one of the finest stone sources in the natural stone supply industry.”

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Touring a natural stone showroom like UMI is an impressive first look at actual raw stone and the wonderful first step when designing a home. Clients are quite often amazed by the breathtaking beauty, textures, and colors on display, never before imagining the extensive natural beauty of stone. The myriad of color combinations and other unique texture variations naturally provide “movement” within the individual slabs offering a dramatic range. The variety in stone selection is absolutely astounding with

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bathroom vanity surface, UMI is the place to go,” concludes

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A response to our contemporary world embracing more ‘green’ options, there is an edgy, American-made recycled glass selection that provides a sparkling new look for surfaces. Vetrazzo is made of 85% recycled glass from repurposed bottles. “Since UMI is a specialized supplier for Vetrazzo, there are more than twenty stunning colors available here,” adds Di Norcia.

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Outside the Box Today’s kitchen design goes beyond the kitchen Today’s kitchens are no longer isolated rooms created to prep the essential ‘three squares’ each day. They have morphed into the hub of the home –the center of household activity. Kitchen design has had to evolve as well, requiring a whole-home point of view. “We’ve gone from simply designing kitchens that work well, to making sure they work with our client’s lifestyles and all the spaces which surround the kitchen that are part of everyday life,” says Jamie Lawrence of Elite Cabinetry in Naples, Florida. Working closely with his wife Carol, Jamie begins the process by spending time with clients to get a true feel for how they live life, and how the kitchen and adjoining spaces will be used as part of that lifestyle. It’s no longer just about preparing food, but who’s preparing what type of food and with whom. Today, function dictates form. How will the meal be served? Where will it be eaten? Is the family formal or informal? “We take time to talk to our clients about how they enjoy life at home. Are they gourmet cooks spending a large amount of time preparing and cooking, or is the kitchen more of a social hub? What kind of

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entertaining do they do – how often and for how many? Are the

the working and guest gathering areas. All of the peripheral rooms

kids still at home or occasional visitors? These are just some of

should relate intuitively to the hub of the kitchen. Careful attention

the questions we typically ask,” describes Lawrence.

should be paid that the adjacent rooms support this harmony.

Once the homeowners’ lifestyle is defined, the kitchen can be

Another important consideration is whether there is a butler’s

designed to incorporate the proper cabinetry and appliances

pantry or if food will be taken directly to the dining area for more

to meet their specific cooking and lifestyle needs. For example,

formal gatherings. The cabinetry should be designed to function

will valuable space be used for an island big enough for two

accordingly. “We view these conjoined rooms as integrated

gourmet cooks, or would that space be better used creating a

spaces that need to function together. Otherwise, homeowners

large sit-down counter for guests to gather? Appliance choices

will be making compromises to the way they live their lives,”

must be based on how the kitchen will be used; how big a

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refrigerator; how many ovens; how important is wine; are there special electronics needs? Then the cabinetry can be designed to accommodate these functions.

and finishes have to be determined. “We work closely with our clients and their interior designer to make sure the kitchen

Once the core needs of the kitchen are satisfied, the surrounding

cabinets and all the built-in cabinetry are in harmony with the

rooms need to integrate with the kitchen to function in harmony.

overall look the homeowners desire,” shares Lawrence. “Nothing

Since most kitchens are open to a family room or great room, the

we design should steal the show.”

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When looking for a cabinetry design professional, look for one that will take the time to understand your lifestyle, so your kitchen and surrounding areas will function well and look beautiful. These careful considerations will maximize your enjoyment for years to come. Written by Channing Spano Elite Cabinetry 5435 Jaeger Road., Naples, FL 34109 239 262-1144 www.downsviewnaples.com

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Lighting The Way Top Lighting Questions Answered By A Lighting Expert It is a top design secret — ­ nothing can improve the look and feel of a room better than fantastic lighting. Perfectly placed pools of light and shadow can influence your moods, showcase your color scheme, and accentuate unique areas of beauty in your home. Yet, this valuable element of décor is often overlooked and misunderstood. Professional Lighting Designer Lynne Stambouly, referred to within the design community as, “The Light Lady,” has been illuminating clients on the benefits of ideal lighting for years. Here are the areas of the home where questions arise most, along with Stambouly’s solutions. Home Office Today, more and more people are working from a home office. So, what are the top lighting tips for designing a space which is both functional and attractive within your home? It can be a challenge to provide adequate light on a computer keyboard without glare on the screen. “I recommend first lighting the space with some general lighting — and then adding an additional task light on the desk. A nice desk lamp, placed between the monitor and your hands will reduce glare,” shares Stambouly. “I find that the low-voltage smaller halogens, or some of the new LED technology, work very well in that environment. Please note that everything must be dimmable. Buying a light without a dimmer is like buying a radio without any volume control. You do not want your music on maximum volume all the time, so why would you want your lights on a fixed setting of full brightness?” continues Stambouly.

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sculptural, or glass with translucence? Is it highly reflective? Does

How can you create ideal lighting for entertaining family and friends

it have texture to it? You will also need to take into consideration

at the dining table? The most flattering light is a warm, incandescent

the size of the art, the ceiling height, and how to best run power to

where everything looks very inviting — not only the food, but your

that area. Stambouly stresses, “The short answer is that a lighting

guests as well. “When we dine, we typically prefer a lower light

consultation truly is essential to evaluating those elements and

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difficulty seeing. One solution is to place a task light on the table (on a dimmer, of course) in addition to your overhead chandelier. This can give you more control of the lighting where you need it — and also highlight your food in a pleasing way,” shares Stambouly. In addition to entertaining and dining, people are using their dining room table as spillover workspaces, as well as spaces to indulge in hobbies and games. By having both a chandelier and some additional task lighting, you can easily create a functional and beautiful multi-purpose space.

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Kitchen When building a new home, how can you create just the right lighting in the kitchen? The right selection, location, and layering of light can be implemented during a new construction — or even in a remodel process — in order to provide the perfect light for your kitchen. You will need adequate lighting over your cooking space, but you will also need to make certain you have the correct bulbs for the high-ceiling environments which are prevalent in Southwest Florida. In addition,

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What is the best way to properly showcase your home art collection?

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Home Entrance It is important to greet guests with an entrance that is welcoming and attractive. Tackling this challenge requires great skill and thought. When lighting an entrance, your choices should offer you a greater sense of safety while entering and exiting your home, while also focusing on creating depth and interest. Stambouly suggests, “Outdoor living doesn’t stop at the lanai, it stops at your property line. By adding landscape lighting and lanterns you can really make a huge

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Safe Harbor Today’s Most Effective Storm Protection A happy home is filled with life, laughter, and cherished belongings. It is a safe harbor, loved as much for the way it looks, as for the way it makes you feel — at ease, relaxed, and protected. Creating a safe home and keeping your loved ones out of harm’s way requires a skillful combination of both form and function. In Southwest Florida, that means integrating effective hurricane protection into your home design. Happily, homeowners looking to retrofit their properties have a myriad of options from which to choose when designing for safety. “Securing your home against the elements is important to the safety and well-being of your property and your family,” explains Mark Schwartz of the Naples-based firm, Storm Force. “There are many ways to do it, and they don’t need to compromise your home’s appearance to be effective.” The most important thing, stresses Schwartz, is to have an emergency plan and code-compliant hurricane protection in place. Wind and water damage can leave a home uninhabitable with cherished belongings destroyed. Having the right hurricane protection can also make a significant difference to

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insurance premiums, as well as to peace of mind. “With all the

There are additional benefits to high-impact protection: energy-

care and attention people put into their homes, protecting

efficiency, thwarting crime with virtual burglar-proof design,

against hurricane damage just makes sense. It’s not a question

blocking out 99% of damaging UV rays, and significant noise

of ‘if’ we’ll get a storm here in Southwest Florida, but ‘when’ it will

reduction. The doors and windows are available in a variety of

happen,” cautions Schwartz.

colors and custom shapes.

There have been many recent advances in the design and

Roll-down and accordion shutters are another popular form of

technology of storm doors and windows, and the materials and

protection. Made of high strength aluminum, they are a series of

colors available are more varied than ever before. The first step

horizontal slats linked together, and are permanently installed in

in the selection process is to first understand the plethora of

a box above or beside the window or door. Opened and lowered

options available for protection.

electrically or manually by a crank, switch, or remote control,

High-impact doors and windows offer the highest level of defense and also blend easily and attractively into a home’s

Armor Screen® is a transparent, lightweight, and strong

exterior design. They are an expensive option, in part, because

hurricane-resistant fabric that comes in detachable sections for

they are designed from the ground up as a whole system

homeowners to put up as needed. It is easy to handle and store

including the window and door frames. However, as compared

and blocks 97% of wind and water penetration. There are several

to other protection solutions that require manual installation

attachment systems available.

or deployment, high-impact doors and windows are always at work, whether the homeowner is on the premises or not.

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they are quick and easy to operate and maintenance-free.

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Lastly, storm panels are the most basic hurricane protection.

Schwartz concludes, “Think of the peace of mind that storm

Comparable to plywood in price, these removable panels are cut-

protection provides. There’s nothing like owning a beautiful

to-fit and provide a solid barrier over window and door surfaces.

home and knowing that you have protected it against the most

The panels can be made from Lexan, which is a clear plastic,

unexpected and severe weather. And, that you have done what

or from aluminum, white aluminum, or steel. This is a fantastic

you need to do to keep your family and your favorite possessions

option for arched windows especially those with custom bend

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headers. Although they are easy to stack, they must be properly stored when not in use, and the homeowner must put them up and take them down. Consulting with storm protection professionals best determines which hurricane protection to choose for your home. An expert

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Climbing Higher In search of the perfect fabric There is an immediate sense of satisfaction one gets upon entering the front door of a Boca Bargoons fabric store. You can’t help feeling you’re in the right place as you look for the perfect fabric for your home. Perfection is defined as the highest degree of proficiency, skill, or excellence, and being the best at decorative fabric isn’t easy. It requires a well-choreographed effort by highly trained and talented people. The staff at Boca Bargoons is exactly that… aisle upon aisle, rolls of decorative fabric are meticulously paired in stories of coordinated vignettes synchronized by colors and patterns that make the visual experience of Boca Bargoons extraordinary. This process is repeated continually as new fabrics from the world’s finest weavers arrive. Name brands like Brunschwig & Fils, Clarence House, Scalamandre, Lee Jofa, and many more fill the Naples store from ceiling to floor. The daily arrival of these impressive name brands coupled with the meticulous efforts of displaying them are only half the story of success in this renowned fabric company. The other half and perhaps the most memorable of the Boca Bargoons experience would be the price you pay for the fabric itself. The premium fabrics this company carries also command an equally premium price, however, their heavily discounted pricing — coupled with weekly sales events — makes shopping for fabric more of an adrenaline rush than a job. On any given day, scores of decorators are hard at work at Boca Bargoons cutting samples of fabrics for clients’ approval, as Boca Bargoons carries hard-to-find, rare fabrics, as well as current patterns and colors.


Linens

Linens, for example, are one of the fastest growing groups of fabric sections in the store. Cottons and hemps are also quite popular. These yarns have been around longer than almost any other type of fabric and are among the strongest vegetable fibers on the planet. They are forever in style and are used to achieve a light, airy, earthy feel. Great for the Feng Shui home.

Textures Really Stack Up

Especially the heavy ones that are woven with yarns of chenille or bouclé. Considered by professionals as a luxurious safe bet to upholster big-scale arm chairs and sectionals. They are among the workhorse cloths of the industry and preform very well in high-traffic conditions.

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Solids

Solids are safe and make a decorating project a breeze compared to the bolder statementmaking fabrics. Boca Bargoons has thousands of colors and constructions from velvets to linens, cottons to silks. You will be on solid ground with more selection than you would ever dream of.

The Blues

Blues for nautical themes are sought after, especially for homes perched along the water’s edge. And don’t forget about the mariner in the family. Boats and yacht owners love the color blue.

The Trendy

The bright and loud or the big and soft can come in many shapes and sizes. These color schemes are fun, and they might have traditional decorators scratching their heads.

Outdoor Fabrics

Outdoor fabrics like Sunbrella are fashioned with highly-engineered technology to withstand 2,400 hours of direct sunlight before showing any signs of fading. Hundreds of patterns and colors of beautiful outdoor fabrics fill the outdoor section at Boca Bargoons. If you want to replace the cushions on your lanai or pool deck, all you have to do is point and new cushions can be made for you. The on-site design center is The Hemming-Way, and their direct line is: 239.417.0259

Tropicals

Tropicals have been a long time favorite for many a snow bird looking to bring the lush exotic plants of Florida into the decorating scheme of their home.


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Home to The Ritz-Carlton® Golf Resort, Naples, Tiburón features 36 holes of Greg Norman-designed championship golf, a golf club with fine and casual dining and a fitness and health club. From classes and spa treatments to private beach transportation with concierge services to coordinate it all, Tiburón is resort style living at its finest. Tiburón offers Mediterranean-inspired architecture in a distinctive collection of luxury condominiums and single-family golf estates that are spacious and elegant. Resort to the Extraordinary

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Tiburón Resort, Oasis, and Home (Sweet Home) Tiburón—it’s everything you expect and more. An oasis of

Mercato. However, you need not leave Tiburón for an entertaining

unmatched beauty, 36-holes of Greg Norman-designed golf,

evening. In addition to the award-winning Tiburón Golf Club, you

thoughtful country club conveniences and elegant classic

can enjoy the opportunities afforded by The Ritz-Carlton® Golf

residences await you within Tiburón’s resort ambiance. Privacy

Resort, Naples. Named one of the “Best Golf Resorts” in North

and style reign in this renowned community, which is home to the

America and the highest-ranking resort in Florida by Golf Digest

nationally acclaimed Shark Shootout®, drawing an elite field of

and Condé Nast Traveler, this casual yet sophisticated resort

PGA TOUR® players each fall. Residents also bask in the diverse

offers multiple venues for dining and cocktails.

cultural, shopping, and dining opportunities offered by Tiburón’s extraordinary North Naples location.

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Tiburón’s relaxed resort-style ambiance is further enhanced by a distinctive collection of luxury condominiums and single-family

Tiburón is within three miles of the area’s best beaches, charming

homes. Taking cue from elegant Spanish and Italian villas, the

boutiques, galleries, the chic restaurants of Fifth Avenue and

classic architecture celebrates the outdoors with courtyards,

Third Street South, The Philharmonic Center for the Arts, and

expansive lanais, balconies with views of fairways, native Florida

upscale shopping and dining at The Waterside Shops and

vegetation and sparkling lakes. Inside, each thoughtfully designed

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residence offers spacious floorplans with features such as state-

beach chairs. At the 7,000-square-foot Fitness & Health Club,

of-the-art appliances and finishes. Comfortable and elegant —

residents enjoy state-of-the-art equipment and a full schedule of

this is Tiburón.

classes, personal training, and spa treatment rooms.

Greg Norman has unleashed his flair for course design in Tiburón’s

Tiburón’s Marsala neighborhood, offering 56 oversized homesites

36 holes of championship golf. As beautiful as it is challenging,

nestled against nature preserves, lakes, and nine Greg Norman-

this renowned golf environment showcases Florida’s natural

designed golf holes offers four bedroom single-family estate

scenery. Players also have the opportunity to perfect their game

homes. The one- and two-story floor plans offer four bedrooms

on-site at the PGA TOURAcademy as well as the TaylorMade

and 3,407 to 4,412 square feet of living space with prices starting

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in the mid $700,000s.

In addition to golf, Tiburón boasts other exceptional amenities.

WCI offers four home designs at Marsala, The Cortez is a four-

The 27,000-square-foot Golf Club offers a comfortable respite

bedroom, three-car home that offers 3,822 square feet of living

with Sydney’s Restaurant and Pub, a nationally ranked golf shop,

space. The four-bedroom Treviso offers formal living and dining

locker rooms and Member Concierge Services. The Luxury Beach

rooms, a den, three full baths, a powder room and an adjoining

Transport offers frequent daily roundtrips to the Gulf of Mexico

kitchen and great room within 3,526 square feet. It also offers

with complimentary towel service, sunscreen, bottled water, and

separate one- and two-car garages. The two-story Estrella,

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WCI’s largest floor plan in Marsala, has four bedrooms within

and interiors by Kay Green Design of Orlando. Scheduled for

4,412-square-feet. The home features three al fresco spaces

completion in January 2013, the model will feature a watercolor

– two lanais and a second-floor covered balcony – designed

palette of soft and soothing creamy whites, grays and blue-

to showcase the neighborhood’s nature preserves, lakes and

greens throughout its 3,407-square-feet of living space.

nine Greg Norman-designed golf holes. Estrella has separate one- and two-car garages and 6,410 total square feet. Marsala has a private gated entrance on Livingston Road, just north of Vanderbilt Beach Road. The Palacio, the newest single-family estate model home at Tiburón, offers three bedrooms, three-and-a-half-baths

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areas, a fully-equipped golf shop, and the PGA TOURAcademy;

For more information, visit the Tiburón sales center, which is

plus use of the Fitness and Health Club.

open daily at the community’s Airport Pulling Road entrance

WCI Communities, the builder and developer of Tiburón, offers amenity-rich lifestyle communities throughout Florida. WCI

just north of Vanderbilt Beach Road; call 239-593-9199; or visit www.TiburonWCI.com.

turns the most striking landscapes into luxuriously appointed communities with unrivaled golf, boating, beach, and luxury club amenities. WCI offers its residents one-stop shopping with mortgage, title, customer care and warranty, plus Prudential Florida Realty to assist you in selling your home. Scan to view video or go to: homeanddesign.net/wci

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The Colony Golf & Bay Club Every Element for the Perfect Life Experience spectacular sunsets over tranquil Estero Bay; with

The Colony Bay Club overlooks the natural beauty of Estero Bay;

more than 800 flawless acres, The Colony Golf & Bay Club is

this romantic three-story private club is reserved exclusively for

nestled between Fort Myers and Naples in charming Bonita

the dining enjoyment of The Colony residents and their guests.

Springs. Residents enjoy close proximity to magnificent beaches,

The 28,000-square-foot Tuscan-inspired clubhouse is the focal

restaurants, boutiques, galleries, performing arts, and sports

point for members who enjoy formal and casual dining and a

venues. The new Coconut Point Mall, located less than one

cocktail lounge. The second floor presents formal dining with

mile away, presents 1.2 million square feet of upscale shopping,

multi-level seating for unforgettable water views from every

dining and nightlife. And with Florida Gulf Coast University and

table. The third floor offers a casual lounge and private dining

Southwest Florida International Airport less than 15 miles away,

room. For the ultimate bayfront experience and sweeping sunset

worlds of learning and travel are within easy reach.

vistas, outdoor seating is offered on the balcony.

The Community’s Beach Park, located on approximately 34

The Colony Sports Club provides a state-of-the-art fitness center

acres at the northern tip of Big Hickory Island, provides almost

with cardio and weight-training equipment, an aerobics room,

a mile of pristine white sand along the Gulf of Mexico. A private

golf pro shop, men’s and women’s lounges and locker rooms

boat shuttle transports residents to the park seven days a week.

and three spa treatment rooms for a day – or an hour or two – of

Features include chaise lounges, a social pavilion with serving

pampering. Outdoor amenities include a 65-foot swimming pool,

kitchen and shower and bathroom facilities. The canoe park

jetted spa and a tennis pavilion with six Har-Tru courts.

presents exciting canoeing and kayaking options for those who prefer to experience the water close up.

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The Colony’s 18-hole, par-72 championship golf course will

and luxury features and finishes, including wet bars, granite

present both competitive challenge and rewards around

kitchen countertops and tray ceilings. The luxury condominium

every corner. Designed by renowned architect and U.S. Open

residences also have living and dining rooms, two full baths, a

champion Jerry Pate, members enjoy approximately 6,802

powder room plus a two-car garage, elevator and stairway

yards of emerald paspalum fairways with sweeping water and

access and multiple al fresco areas. Each three-story building

preserve vistas. Equity membership opportunities are available

features just one home per floor.

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WCI Communities has commenced construction on the first

incomparable lifestyle. WCI has selected award-winning Beasley

luxury penthouse condominium buildings in Terzetto, the

and Henley Interior Design to create inspired interiors for each of

newest neighborhood within The Colony Golf & Bay Club. WCI

Terzetto’s floor plans, located in building one. The models are

has released three of Terzetto’s planned buildings, giving priority

expected to be completed in February 2013. The first-floor model

status to eager homebuyers who have pre-registered for VIP

will feature a transitional coastal-chic design rendered in shades

status and will soon enjoy the amenity-rich lifestyle offered at

of grey, beige and cream with blue-grey and marigold accents

The Colony in a location close to the area’s famed Gulf of Mexico

throughout its 2,100 total square feet of living space. Textured

beaches, shopping and restaurants.

driftwood furnishings, a hand-scraped wood floor, seascapes

Located along nature preserves, sparkling lakes and the 11th

and sparkling quartz vanity countertops will reference the theme.

hole of The Colony’s Jerry Pate-designed championship golf

For the second-floor model, the design firm will create a

course, Terzetto offers two three-bedroom floor plans with

contemporary design inspired by a big-city loft space which will

2,100 and 2,624-square-feet of air-conditioned living space

feature colorful artwork, fabrics and draperies boasting oversized

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graphic elements and soft tans, crisp whites and rich browns

“The open living-dining-kitchen space appeals to the modern

punctuated by pops of ocean blue and bright citron. Dark furniture

buyer who wants to emphasize comfort and easy entertaining.”

pieces with modern, clean lines will heighten the theme.

The models will provide inspiration for homebuyers who can

Terzetto’s larger floor plans are located on the second and third floors and offer 2,624 square feet of living area with a study, walkin closet and private lanai. The second-floor penthouse residence also has a sundeck. Luxury penthouse residences at Terzetto are

the company’s nearby Bonita Springs headquarters. The studio provides a comprehensive selection of cabinetry, countertops, bath and kitchen fixtures and flooring.

priced from the mid-$400,000s and also feature spacious master

WCI created Terzetto to meet buyer demand for luxury

retreats with walk-in closets and emphasize an open floor plan

penthouse condominium residences in low-rise buildings and a

between living and dining areas and kitchens, which have pantries

maintenance-free lifestyle. The neighborhood will offer 10 three-

and oversized center islands with breakfast bars.

story buildings as an intimate alternative to the high-rise tower

“Terzetto’s floor plans are very livable and the centrally located

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personalize their home through WCI’s Design Studio, located at

and have an onsite swimming pool.

kitchen makes it the heart of the home,” said Doug Schwartz,

In addition to the 34-acre beach park, residents of Terzetto will

senior vice president of homebuilding for WCI Communities.

also enjoy a lifestyle that takes advantage of onsite amenities

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and a location close to Southwest Florida’s best shopping and

WCI Communities, Inc., the builder and developer of The

dining destinations and world-renowned beaches. Amenities at

Colony, offers amenity-rich lifestyle communities throughout

The Colony fulfill just about every imaginable scenario.

Florida. WCI turns the most striking landscapes into luxuriously

Residents of The Colony Golf & Bay Club also have access to Pelican Landing amenities, including a canoe park, tennis courts, fitness center and community center. The community’s concierge program will arrange everything from key-holding

appointed communities with unrivaled golf, boating, beach and club amenities. WCI offers its residents one-stop shopping with mortgage, title, customer care and warranty, plus Prudential Florida Realty to assist you in selling your home.

and housekeeping services to dry cleaning, domestic and international travel and at-home massages or yoga instruction. For more information about Terzetto and The Colony, visit www. TheColonyWCI.com or call 239-495-1300. Additional information about Terzetto is available at the new on-site sales office open at The Colony entrance on Coconut Road, south of Corkscrew Scan to view video or go to: homeanddesign.net/wci

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Bay Colony is Naples’ only oceanfront and golf club community. Renowned for exclusivity, Bay Colony is a private, gated collection of luxury residences surrounded by a natural environment of Gulf, lakes, bays, preserves, and wildlife habitats. Residents enjoy a myriad of dining and entertainment options, miles of beach, resort style pool, fitness center, world-class tennis, as well as included membership to the Bay Colony Beach Club, offering open-air casual and more formal indoor dining, along with pool and beach-side attended services. Residents are also invited to join one the of the most exclusive golf clubs in Florida, The Bay Colony Golf Club, limited to just 300 members. Bay Colony offers oceanfront estates, beachfront luxury tower condominiums, bay/preserve condominiums, luxury villas, and single family custom golf estate homes at The Estates of Bay Colony Golf Club. Bay Colony is at the heart of Naples’ finest dining, shopping, and entertainment. Prices range from low the $1M to $16M. For more information, call the Bay Colony expert:

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| The Colony Golf & Bay Club |

Nestled in the scenic beauty of Estero Bay, The Colony Golf & Bay Club is a Tuscaninspired luxury community situated on 809 acres of lush landscaping. With just over 800 residences including spacious custom estate homes, villas and luxury towers, The Colony residents enjoy dining at the exclusive Bay Club, offering casual and formal dining with breathtaking views of the bay and sunsets, and a 34-acre private island beach park with boat shuttle access. Membership is available at the private Jerry Pate designed 18-hole, par-72 championship golf course. The course is nearly 6,800 yards and features paspalum fairways that wind through the brick-paved streets of the community. The Club offers tennis with on-site pro, spa & fitness center, aerobics studio and resort-style swimming pool. The Colony is superbly located between Naples and Fort Myers in Bonita Springs. Residents have convenient access to I75, Coconut Point Mall, Miromar Outlets, Florida Gulf Coast University, and Southwest Florida International Airport. Prices range from the $300’s to over $3M. For more information, call The Colony Golf & Bay Club experts:

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| Estuary at Grey Oaks |

As part of the award-winning Grey Oaks Country Club, Estuary is a 350-acre gated enclave of intimate neighborhoods reminiscent of old-world Mediterranean villages. Comprised of only 179 exclusive home sites interwoven among beautiful lakes, manicured fairways, and meticulously maintained landscaping, life at Estuary is limited to a discriminating few. Two world-class clubhouses offer an incredible assortment of fine- and casual-dining options, full-service golf and tennis shops, state-of-the-art fitness facilities, and resortstyle amenities such as the lagoon-style swimming pool. Club members are able to play three challenging golf courses and an 18-hole putting course. Facilities also include eight lighted tennis courts with exciting tennis programs specifically geared for all skill levels by USTA certified professionals. Located a short drive to downtown Naples, Gulf beaches, Naples Airport, Mercato, Third Street South, and Fifth Avenue. Estuary’s location offers the perfect combination of space, privacy, and convenience. Residences range from $1.5M to $6.5M. For more information, call the Estuary experts:

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| Fiddler’s Creek |

Nestled between Naples and Marco Island, Fiddler’s Creek is a resort-style community surrounded by nature. Two-thirds of the community’s approximate 4,000 acres are reserved for environmental and recreational uses. Living in Fiddler’s Creek, you will enjoy a world-class resort lifestyle including superb amenities that set Fiddler’s Creek apart from other communities in the area. Pamper yourself in the spa, revitalize at the state-of-the-art fitness facility, play a round of tennis, enjoy the fine dining restaurant and pool-side casual dining. You will appreciate the numerous theme parties, seminars, classes and activities, excursions and infinite opportunities to meet new friends. Two award-winning golf courses are located within the community, and offer outstanding optional golf memberships. Beach memberships also available. For more information, call the Fiddler’s Creek expert:

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| Grey Oaks |

Grey Oaks Country Club is an established Naples community with international acclaim attracting homebuyers worldwide to its full array of club amenities, reputation for worldclass service and collection of first-class homes. The 62,000 square-foot main clubhouse and the Estuary Clubhouse offer a wide range of amenities and a resort lifestyle. Choose among championship golf, gourmet dining, planned social events and activities for all ages, spa facilities, and a well-equipped fitness center. Grey Oaks offers three championship golf courses, meticulously maintained for play yearround, eight lighted tennis courts maintained in tournament condition, and programs for all ages and skill levels. Equity memberships are offered as a sports tier, including all social benefits, or as a full golf membership. Residences include coach homes, detached villas, and estate homes. Prices range from the $500s to over $6M. Grey Oaks has been named a Top 100 Golf Community by Travel & Leisure and a Platinum Award winner as a Top 35 Private Country Club in the US. For more information, call the Grey Oaks expert:

Carolyn Weinand

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| The High-Rises at Bonita Bay |

Tavira is the sixth high-rise in Bonita Bay developed by The Lutgert Companies, who have created nearly two-dozen luxury high-rises in Southwest Florida. The 26-story residential tower is positioned on a prime site to take full advantage of sweeping views of Estero Bay, preserve and the Gulf of Mexico. The estate-sized residences offer up to 4,100 square feet of living area. Conveniences and amenities in the luxury tower rival a five-star resort and include a rooftop sunset terrace, a heated swimming pool with lap lane, and an outdoor bar and fireplace nestled in a screened cabana. Among the indoor indulgences is an indoor golf simulator, a health club with a fully-equipped fitness center plus steam and massage rooms. Bonita Bay’s natural beauty spans 2,400-acres, with 1,400-acres dedicated to open space, including lakes, nature preserve areas and 12 miles of biking and walking paths. A private beach park is located along the Gulf of Mexico. The member-owned Bonita Bay Club offers two clubhouses, a marina, an 18-court tennis center, fitness center, and 90 holes of championship golf; three Arthur Hills-designed courses are within the community and two Tom Fazio courses are close by. Extraordinary values start at $1.2 million. For more information, call The High-Rises at Bonita Bay experts:

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| Kensington Golf and Country Club |

A master-planned community of premium luxury residences, Kensington Golf and Country Club features coach homes, villas, courtyard homes, golf cottages, and singlefamily homes nestled in quiet, smaller neighborhoods and enclaves. A short drive from downtown Naples and beaches, Kensington is beautifully situated on 370 acres that allows for less than 600 families. The par-71 championship golf course was designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr., an innovator in golf course design. The course follows a “core� design with virtually no intrusion of residential areas into course property. Golf membership is limited to 350. Kensington also offers a state-of-the-art day spa and fitness center with personal trainers and physical therapists offering fitness classes and boot camps. Water aerobics are offered at the Olympic-sized swimming pool. There is also a lighted tennis court complex featuring seven Hydrogrid clay tournament courts and tennis pro shop. Prices range from the low $300s to over $2M. For more information, call the Kensington expert:

Rae Wakelin

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| Lely Resort |

Just minutes from downtown and the Gulf beaches, the familiar Freedom Horse monument welcomes residents and visitors to Lely Resort, one of the premier active lifestyle communities in Naples. Lely Resort has won numerous “Best of” awards for its casual resort environment, unsurpassed lifestyle, and variety of living choices for every need. Amenities abound with four clubhouses, including the award-winning Player’s Club and Spa, 13 tennis courts, three resort-style pools and fitness pool, upscale fitness center with classes, card games, shopping trips, and more. There is truly something for everyone. Designed by Lee Trevino and William Graves, Gary Player and Robert Trent Jones, Lely Resort’s three championship golf courses, two public and one private, are surrounded by protected natural preserves and generous water features. Home choices include garden condominiums, carriage, coach, and town homes, attached and detached villas, single family, and custom designed estate homes. Prices range from the $200’s to over $1M. For more information, call the Lely Resort experts:

Lely Resort Sales Center 8020 Grand Lely Drive Naples, FL 34113 239.793.2100 866.392.2100 www.lely-resort.com

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| Marco Island |

A crescent shaped white sand beach and pristine Gulf waters await you in Marco Island, the largest of the famed 10,000 Islands. As you arrive on Marco, either by boat or over the newly expanded Judge S.S. Jolley Bridge, you enter a unique tropical paradise and can feel the intrinsic beauty of the island. Watching gorgeous sunsets and dolphins at play epitomize the South Florida experience. Every possible activity is found on Marco Island, from casual to fine dining, shopping, boating, golf, leisure and extreme water sports, and world-class fishing sure to please even the most esteemed angler. A short drive connects islanders with every amenity that Naples has to offer. Enjoy breathtaking views from an expansive selection of mid & high-rise luxury beachfront condominiums, beachfront homes in the private, gated community of Hideaway Beach, and Gulf access single-family homes available on Marco Island and neighboring Isles of Capri. Prices range from $400,000 to over $12,000,000. For more information, call the Marco Island expert:

Chris Sullivan

RE/MAX Affinity Plus 886 Park Avenue, Suite 103 Marco Island, FL 34145 239.393.2222 www.MarcoLuxuryHomes.com www.MadeiraMarcoIsland.com 254

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| Mediterra |

Since its inception, Mediterra has earned its position among the most elite and desirable communities in Southwest Florida by offering world-class homes, amenities and a luxury lifestyle set amidst the intimacy, charm and classical style of Europe’s Mediterranean region. Our residents enjoy an exclusive country club experience with 36 holes of Tom Fazio-designed championship golf, complemented by a casual outdoor dining and bar area, eight miles of fitness trails, bocce courts, fully equipped sports club and spa, fivecourt tennis complex, historically themed parks, and the ultimate private beach club on the nearby Gulf of Mexico. We invite you to visit Mediterra’s Sales Gallery – named 2012’s “Best Sales Center” by the Collier Building Industry Association – for complete community information, including your personal tour of the available resales and all-new luxury homes that await your Mediterra lifestyle. For more information, call the Mediterra experts:

Lawrence Middleton, Amy Nease, and Joni Albert

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| Miromar Lakes |

Rated #1 residential community in the US! 2011 National Association of Home Builders Gold Award for Community of the Year, the 1st Florida winner in 30 years! Discover a waterfront tropical paradise of luxury, elegance and perfection at Miromar Lakes. Over 700 acres of contiguous freshwater lakes, three miles of private beaches, an Arthur Hills “signature” championship golf course, all together in one magical setting. A world-collection of amenities includes the award-winning beach clubhouse, Blue Water Beach Grill, European-style spa with full-service beauty salon, state-of-the-art fitness center, 10,000-square-foot infinity pool, tennis club, theater, marine services, basketball court, concierge services, and a vibrant social scene. Miromar Lakes offers a variety of home choices including beachfront and waterfront residences, grand estate and estate homes, luxury villas, full floor residences, condominiums and coach homes. Nestled between Ft. Myers and Naples, and just minutes from SWFL International Airport and convenient shopping, dining, entertainment and more, Miromar Lakes is a unique, enchanting and remarkable waterfront community. Prices range from $500s to over $5M. For more information, call the Miromar Lakes expert:

Jennifer Springer, Realtor®, MBA

Keller Williams Elite Realty 24851 S. Tamiami Trail, Suite 1 Bonita Springs, FL 34134 239.849.2230 jenspringer@KW.com www. PropertySWFlorida.com 256

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| Moorings and Coquina Sands |

The Moorings and, sister community, Coquina Sands are classic examples of the early communities that ushered in Naples’ reputation for finely designed residential neighborhoods. Here quiet streets shaded with beautiful Banyan, Ficus and Palm trees, beautifully maintained homes, and perfect location have made these communities ‘prime’ real estate. Rich in history and old Naples charm, the Moorings and Coquina Sands are just minutes from downtown, Waterside Shops, Naples Philharmonic, and famous beaches that have made Naples a world-class destination. Moorings residents enjoy access to the private Moorings Country Club with fully renovated clubhouse, golf, and a guarded private beach. Residences include single-family homes and mid-rise condominiums. Originally built in the 60’s, most homes have been renovated to modern standards, or razed to make way for brand new custom homes. Homes on the water are plentiful and many enjoy docks and direct access the Gulf of Mexico. Prices range from the upper $100s to over $4M. For more information, call the Moorings & Coquina Sands expert:

Anita Colletti

John R. Wood Realtors 1185 Immokalee Road, Suite 305 Naples, FL 34110 239.250.0700 AColletti@JohnRWood.com www.AnitaRealtor.com

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| Naples Cay |

Situated on 33 acres of protected nature preserves, Naples Cay is a gated, beachfront, high-rise community. Surrounded by the Gulf of Mexico and Clam Bay, residents enjoy breathtaking water views in every direction. Six separate buildings offer 296 units ranging from 2-bedroom, 2-bath floor plans to expansive 11,000-square-foot penthouses. Each building is surrounded by lush landscaping and features a uniquely decorated lobby. Every resident at Naples Cay has access to private fitness facilities, Har-Tru tennis courts, resort-style swimming pools, sauna, meeting and entertainment rooms, and the boardwalk that meanders through the preserves to a private beach access. Located in the very heart of Naples, this secluded enclave is within walking distance of the Naples Philharmonic, Waterside Shops, and the Shops at the Village on Venetian Bay, home to the area’s finest shopping, dining, art, and live entertainment. Prices range from just under $900’s to over $11M. For more information, call the Naples Cay expert:

Paula Sims

John R. Wood Realtors 3255 Tamiami Trail North Naples, FL 34103 239.564.1900 psims@johnrwood.com 258

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| Old Naples |

It’s hard to imagine Naples as a small fishing village, obscure and only visited by the adventurous. But today, Old Naples is one of the most unique and sought-after neighborhoods in Naples, Florida, maybe in the world! The architecture is eclectic, with brightly painted Old Florida-style homes neighboring palatial Mediterranean-style estates, as well as a variety of condominium offerings.. Lush foliage, stately palms, and the scent of the Gulf in the breeze, give Old Naples its island, resort feel. The area teems with recreational opportunities, including an 18-hole championship golf course, a city park with 12-Har Tru tennis courts, and miles of white sand beaches for strolling, sunning & shelling. Naples Pier offers panoramic views of the Gulf and great fishing. Charter boats and rentals are available at the city dock. Old Naples is the very epicenter of all Naples has to offer. The dining, shopping, beaches and annual social galas on 5th Avenue South and 3rd Street South are located in the very heart of our beautiful town. For more information, call the Old Naples experts:

Chip Harris and Michele Peppe

Coldwell Banker Previews International 550 Fifth Avenue South Naples, FL 34102 239.370.0574 www.NaplesRealEstate.com

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| Park Shore Residences |

Residences in the Park Shore neighborhood of Naples offer home and condominium owners the same world-class amenities as beachfront owners but at a fraction of the cost. Nestled between The Moorings, Pelican Bay, U.S. 41 and Venetian Bay, and ten minutes from Olde Naples dining, shopping and art galleries, Park Shore’s residents maximize their Naples lifestyle through: Private beach parking at the Park Shore Beach Park with beach access; World-class shopping, art galleries, exquisite fine dining and tropical casual dining at The Village on Venetian Bay, Waterside Shops and Mercato; World-class performing arts at “The Phil”; Miles of walking and bike paths; Kayaking and boating on Venetian Bay, Moorings Bay and the Gulf of Mexico; and much more. Single family homes, villa homes as well as low-rise, mid-rise and high-rise condominiums are available in prices ranging from $120,000 to $5,500,000. For more information, call the Park Shore residences expert:

Bruce Miller, GRI, CREN

Realtor® John R. Wood Realtors® 800 5th Avenue S., Suite 200 Naples, FL 34102 C: 239-206-0868 Toll-free: 800-633-7161 F: 239-949-7410 Bruce@NaplesBeachesRealEstate.com www.NaplesBeachesRealEstate.com 260

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| Pelican Bay – High-Rise |

Pelican Bay is a vibrant 2,100-acre beachfront community of 6,700 property owners. Over 2,000 of them enjoy the high-rise luxury tower lifestyle. Three miles of pristine white-sand beaches make up the western boundary of Pelican Bay. Residents have access to two private beach clubs with a full range of beachfront facilities and services, casual and fine dining overlooking the Gulf of Mexico, and beachfront sunset bar. Many tower residents walk to the beach, others ride the tram. The high-rise towers of Pelican Bay offer the ultimate in convenience, amenities, and spectacular views of the Gulf of Mexico. In addition to the beach facilities, there is a 25,000 square-foot community center for total fitness, tennis, events, and classes. Golf memberships are now available at The Club. Pelican Bay is in the ultimate location for world-class entertainment and some of the best shopping and dining in Naples. Prices for these luxury high-rise condos range from $500’s to over $8M. For more information, call the Pelican Bay – High-Rise expert:

Jean Niles Tarkenton, LLC

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| Pelican Bay - Residences |

Designed with the aim of being environmentally conscious, Pelican Bay is one of Naples’ most unique and sought after communities. With over 2,100 acres directly on the Gulf of Mexico, Pelican Bay is a premier beachfront community at the very heart of Naples’ social life. Three miles of white sand beaches are accessible to Pelican Bay residents, either on foot or by solar powered tram. Elegant and casual dining options are available at the four private beachfront restaurants. Other amenities include boardwalks through the mangrove forests, miles of biking and walking trails, picnic areas, a state-of-the-art fitness center and two tennis facilities with 18 courts. Pelican Bay residences are built around three nine-hole golf courses, set among shimmering lakes and amazing nature preserves. The prestigious Club at Pelican Bay has a limited number of memberships currently available. Mid- and low-rise condominiums, single-family homes, coach homes and villas are available in a variety of distinct residential enclaves. Many have lake and golf course views and feature lush tropical landscaping. Prices range from the mid $300s to $12M. For more information, call the residences of Pelican Bay experts:

Sharon McKie & Lyn Reddy

Real Estate Consultants Downing-Frye Realty, Inc. 180 9th Street S. Suite 300 Naples, FL 34102 Sharon: 239.352.4945 www.NaplesCoastalLife.com Lyn: 239.216.6506 Sharon@NaplesCoastalLife.com Lyn@NaplesCoastalLife.com

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| Port Royal |

Bordered by the Gulf of Mexico, Naples Bay, and Gordon Pass, Port Royal is considered by many to be the crown jewel of Naples. Over 600 single-family homes, many the most distinctive in Naples, grace the lushly landscaped avenues. A yacht owners paradise, most homes in Port Royal are on deepwater, uninhibited by bridges with direct access to the Gulf of Mexico. Backyard docks graced by sleek yachts and luxury sport boats have made Port Royal one of the world’s foremost aquatic playgrounds. Owners of Port Royal property may have the opportunity to join the exclusive Port Royal Club, located directly on the Gulf of Mexico. Members enjoy private dining, a full calendar of entertainment and social events, renovated tennis facilities, Olympic-sized pool, and a spa and fitness center. Located just south of 3rd Street and 5th Avenue in Old Naples, fine dining, entertainment, galleries, and social events are just minutes away. Prices range from a little over $2M to $60M. For more information, call the Port Royal expert:

Philip N. Collins

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| Quail West |

Worthy to be showcased around the world, this residence offers the splendor of refined upgrades and sophisticated renovations. The home offers four bedrooms — one used as a media room, five full baths and one half baths, an elegantly finished study, an openplan family room and an artist’s studio. Detailed, beamed ceilings are showcased in the family room and kitchen. The kitchen now has new cabinetry, Mile appliances, two dishwashers, and a warming/confection oven—a treat for the entertaining. Situated on a lushly landscaped acre with views of the golf course, the home features an expansive lanai with splendid pool design, fountain and waterfalls. A full golf membership conveys with the sale of this home. The Quail West Grand Clubhouse offers a total resort experience with a full-service spa and beauty salon, full-equipped fitness center with on-staff trainers, a solarium pool and hydro tennis courts. The Quail on the Beach provides beach access and dining privileges. Prices range from $1M to $8M. For more information, call the Quail West expert:

Kathryn Hurvitz, P.A.

Premier Sotheby’s International Realty 4001 Tamiami Trail North, Suite 102 Naples, FL 34103 C: 239.290.0228 O: 239.659.5126 Kathryn.Hurvitz@sothebysrealty.com kathrynhurvitz.premiersothebysrealty.com 264

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