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Modernizing a Classic With a community as storied as John’s Island, it’s only natural that homes built decades ago are ready for a renovation. Many new homeowners today in this community are opting to purchase an older home for its location and views, and rebuild from the ground up. But the new owners of this charming home chose instead to remodel the existing layout. What started out as a one-room project, culminated into a whole-home renovation. Dated lattice walls, old ‘eyeball’ recessed lights, and oodles of Mexican tiles were still hanging around from the 1980’s as if time simply left them behind. With the Page 2 Design team’s creative vision and thoughtful guidance given to the homeowners, the transformation to today’s soothing, open living spaces gave this home beautiful new life. Thanks to a design team partnership with Jeff Ray, architect and Joe Foglia, general contractor, this ‘before’ and ‘after’ story is dramatic.

DESIGN PROJECT AT A GLANCE Location: John’s Island in Vero Beach, Florida Size: 3 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms Year Built: 1985 Year Remodeled: 2017 Design team:

Joe Foglia, general contractor Jeff Ray, architect Page Franzel, interior designer

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Kitchen From heavy black countertops and dated Mexican floor tiles, this kitchen is now cool and contemporary. The new Marble of the World counter top is Azul-Lennon granite, which the design team doubled to support the modern waterfall edge. The island countertop is now nearly 3� thick. Currey and Company oyster shell pendants complete the sleek design and were one of our design team’s favorite finds.

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Master Bedroom Take my blues away! These dramatic ‘before’ and ‘after’ images are worth a thousand words. The newly renovated Master bedroom is barely recognizable as the same space. A custom furniture package, calming earth tones, and a tranquil vista of the waterway is the perfect way to start the day.

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Dining Room What was once a sunroom, the new dining room is now a seamless transition from the kitchen and living room. Tongue and groove ceiling, large marble floor tiles, a gorgeous chandelier spanning the new table, and soft shades of fabric set the perfect dinner scene.


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Living Room Dark and divided, the main living area was begging for fresh light and room for the view. Builder Joe Foglia and Designer, Page Franzel collaborated to transform the foyer and living room. Mexican tile, a mirrored wall and lattice divider were the first features to go. “We basically stripped down the entrance,” Page said. “All of the materials were replaced with contemporary elements to maintain the integrity of the new design.” Walls were repainted a warm neutral. The tongue and groove ceiling with exposed beams was painted a fresh white. And the once tiny fireplace was given a hearth-to-ceiling stone treatment. Earthy and understated, the living room is now a welcoming retreat.

Our key chandelier suspended from the tongue and groove ceiling has a refreshing old world charm that perfectly complements the exposed beams.

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HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS

Cruelty-free designs Anyone who knows designer, Page Franzel knows that her love for animals runs deep. It shows in her love for pets, Ziggy and Ali and her longstanding support of the Humane Society and H.A.L.O. No-Kill Rescue as they strive to find safe and loving homes for all animals. But what most people may not realize is that Page and her design team also bring their love of animals into all of their design projects. As often as possible, Page 2 Design chooses cruelty-free materials for their clients’ interior design elements and furniture packages. Cruelty-free products do not use animal testing or animal products in its materials. Becoming an ethical consumer when it comes to avoiding animal cruelty is something most of us aspire to but few of us attempt. And that’s because the task can be difficult and confusing. “I have long been an advocate for animal rights and have tried to ensure that Page 2 Design’s community involvement supported my convictions. While we have always designed and purchased with pets in mind, our company made a conscience decision this year to start with cruelty-free products first in all of our design projects,” Page said.

“My goal is to take a responsible approach to our products and materials as we strive to create interior designs that are both beautiful and animal-friendly.” - Page Franzel

To help further their mission, Page 2 Design will survey their manufacturing vendors to help authorize which product lines are authentically cruelty-free.

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BREAK THROUGH DESIGN MOMENT

The World is Your Oyster The kitchen is the heart of the home — a place that family and friends gather to share a meal and make memories. In our featured John’s Island home renovation, our favorite design elements are the pendants illuminating the new kitchen island. Warm and inviting, the black veneer and natural oyster shells on the underside of these Currey and Company pendants are a surprising treat.

STAY CONNECTED We’ve Designed a Brand New Look! Homes aren’t the only thing getting a fresh new look these days. Beautiful images and design resources fill the pages of our newly renovated website. Easy to navigate, you’ll love our dramatic project galleries featuring whole-home interior designs and individual room portfolios. Archived issues of ‘elements’ are also available for your convenience. Take a peek at Page2Design.net

While visiting our new website, be sure and click through to our Houzz page. You can follow a community of design professionals from around the world and join more than 1,000 design enthusiasts who have downloaded our stunning photos and articles. Feel free to post a review while perusing the galleries. Follow us everywhere on Facebook for more up-to-the-minute announcements, special events, and interior design updates.

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DESIGN SERVICES

Custom Design Services At Page 2 Design, our assets include more than our core design strengths. It’s our turnkey design services from beginning to end of every project that makes the experience so much more satisfying for our clients. Renovation & New Build Services • Project management and coordination with Architects, General Contractors and Engineers • Space planning and preparation of conceptual drawings and elevations • Kitchen and bath design including cabinet and tile details • Custom millwork design • Selection of flooring, finishes, plumbing fixtures and appliances Interior Services • Develop design concept including color schemes and design styles • Furniture packages including window treatments, accessories and lighting • Preparation of detailed floor plans with furniture layouts • Complete installation and delivery of all products Staging Services • Full furniture and accessories staging for residential real estate • Rental packages for temporary living arrangements To schedule a personal consultation, contact Page Franzel, owner at 772.492.9220.

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Page 2 Design is proud to sponsor local non-profit organizations We’re thankful to be part of a strong, beautiful community. Our design firm believes in giving back in ways that enrich and improve the lives of many. • Cultural Council of Indian River County • Dogs for Life • H.A.L.O. No-Kill Rescue • Humane Society of Vero Beach • McKee Botanical Gardens • Riverside Theatre • Vero Beach Museum of Art L to R: Cynthia Pelaez, Allyson Bootes, and Page Franzel at the Vanilla Ice Project Open House in Melbourne Beach on June 24th. The big reveal project and party is featured on Season 7 of “The Vanilla Ice Project” on DIY Network.

Waterfront Designs Our team continues to lead the way for today’s interior designs. Visit Page2Design.net/waterfront-designs for more details about our new waterfront community projects in Vero Beach and Jupiter.

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44 Royal Palm Pointe | Vero Beach, FL | 772.492.9220 | page2design.net

Elements :: Fall 2017  
Elements :: Fall 2017