Vogue Interiors announced that award-winning designers Leslie Gebert, Allied Member ASID and Sheila Corasaniti, IDS have been selected to create the interior design for Harbourside Custom Homes’ furnished Villa Adriana II model in the Cassina neighborhood at Miromar Lakes. The home’s 2,593 square feet under air open-concept floor plan includes a wide foyer and gallery entry hallway, a great room with beamed ceiling details, an island kitchen and spacious dining area, three bedrooms, three baths plus a pool bath, a study, and a two-car garage. Both the great room and dining area open to an outdoor living area with a fireplace, summer kitchen, and a pool and spa.
The Villa Adriana will be a sophisticated coastal home incorporating natural design elements of crisp white linens, butterscotch raffia, honey toned rattans, and accents of pale seafoam blue-green and creamy whites. Coastal inspired bright white tongue-in-groove ceiling details and wood-look light ecru porcelain tile will echo the sophisticated beachy feel. With a calm color palette inspired by coastal breezes, sandy beaches, and tranquil cloud swept skies, it will be a true Tropical retreat with an elegant ambiance.
In the long and dramatic entry, the floor will feature the same pale wood porcelain as the main areas and will be punctuated with transition bands of inset 2-inch by 2-inch stone details to mark the foyer at each transom point in the long fourteen-foot high hall. Tall brushed chrome and driftwood wall sconces will be mounted on either side of the pale grasscloth covered walls inside a rectangular wall detail of flat stock molding. Across from the entry to the study, a large vibrant original abstract painting in gold, buttercream and ivory tones will hang above a mirrored console.
The same pale porcelain flooring will continue into the study where the walls will be papered in a basketweave textured ivory grasscloth behind two open étagères filled with coastal-inspired eclectic accessories. A graceful one-drawer oval writing desk and an open weave cream leather desk chair will float in front of the window and two small club chairs upholstered in a pale blue-green and cream fabric will sit in the corners on top of a heavily textured natural sisal area rug in subtle variations of pale seafoam and sandy beige. Custom open-weave sheer panels in an unusual abstract camel and cream linen fabric will frame the windows.
The great room will have a feature wall with a stunning statement console in a washed oak finish with brushed nickel hardware. Each of the four doors on the console will have a huge vertical brushed nickel leaf shape which will extend all the way down to become the console’s legs. A flat screen television will be mounted above the console on a neutral grasscloth clad wall and will be flanked by two columns mounted with large scaled driftwood wall sconces in a soft champagne color. Opposite the feature wall will be a clean-lined camel suede fabric sofa with four decorative pillows, two in seafoam textured linen and ivory and two in a playful seafoam and buttercream print fabric. Two club chairs upholstered in the same pillow fabrics will face the sofa. Completing the seating area, a light wood and natural rattan armchair will have soft ivory textured cushions and sit on a herringbone flat weave wool and sisal area rug. The slider will be detailed with a white linen cornice trimmed in natural jute cording.
Over the long rustic washed-oak dining table in the great room, three oversized glass pendants will hang at different heights to provide dimension and drama to the space. The table itself will have custom panels that can be inserted for additional diners. Surrounding the table will be custom upholstered dining chairs with front panels of pale seafoam fabric and back panels done in a textured warm butterscotch raffia fabric. Sheer crisp white linen draperies will be mounted with jute cord inventively laced through brushed chrome grommets.
In the bright and open chef’s kitchen, the large counter-height island will feature base cabinetry finished in natural washed red oak and all countertops will be finished in a striking cream granite with a dramatic icy blue and pale green vein pattern which will continue up as the backsplash. All the perimeter cabinets will be done in a dimensional creamy off-white finish with transitional brushed nickel hardware to match the three glass and nickel pendants hanging over the island. Four counter-height ivory wood barstools with low backs will have seat cushions upholstered in the same seafoam and cream fabrics as the dining room chairs.
The serene master bedroom will be a true private retreat realized in pure tones of rich heavy cream and frothy seafoam. The modified wingback king headboard will be upholstered in a soft taupe felted fabric and the bed will be dressed in variations of off-white, cream and muted seafoam fabrics in an array of textures. Fresh white tongue-in-groove details will line the ceiling tray where a sparkling champagne chandelier will provide a romantic glow. Two large nightstands done in a soft cream finish will flank the bed across from a classic dresser in a sophisticated washed oak finish with transitional champagne metal hardware. On either side of the dresser will be a clean-lined armchair upholstered in a pale seafoam linen. Custom white linen draperies will hang against the misty pale seafoam walls and dress the doors to the outdoor living area. A large soft cream area rug will provide warmth to the wood-look porcelain floors.
Two generously sized walk-in closets will flank the hallway to the master bath where the flooring will transition to an oversized neutral porcelain tile and crisp white tongue-in-groove ceiling panels will create a coastal feel. Featuring a double vanity with creamy off-white cabinetry and an equally subdued cream granite countertop, the serene master bath walls will have pale seafoam green grass cloth shot through with a subtle pattern of glittering silver threads. The pale neutral porcelain tile will extend under the free-standing spa tub and into the large shower, then continue up the shower walls contrasted by an inset band of taupe glass tile.
The spacious outdoor living area will feature a fireplace wall of pale honey-colored porcelain tile designed to look like a dramatic sculptural stacked stone. A flat screen television will be mounted above the horizontal ventless gas fireplace. The seating area will face the fireplace and will include a loveseat with a chaise done in a warm honey resin wicker with soft seafoam and light ivory upholstery and contrasting accent pillows. A swivel chair done in matching fabric and a metal and glass end table will sit on a textured natural rattan area rug to anchor the space beneath a 60-inch ceiling fan. The adjacent rectangular dining table will feature slip-covered host and hostess chairs and four honey wicker dining chairs with cream and pale seafoam patterned fabric seat cushions. All the outdoor kitchen cabinets will have shaker style doors finished in a muted camel color and all countertops and backsplash areas will be done in a pale granite with lively honey and camel striations.