Vogue Interiors’ Salvatore Giso Completes Interior for Stock’s Madison Model at Naples Reserve

Vogue Interiors’ Salvatore Giso, IDS has completed the interior design for Stock Signature Homes’ Madison model in the Parrot Cay neighborhood at Naples Reserve. The 2,947 square feet under air floor plan includes a great room and dining room with pocketing sliders that open to the lanai, a study, a spacious island kitchen, four bedrooms, four and a half baths, and a three-car garage. The lanai features a substantial conversation area, an outdoor kitchen, an outdoor dining area, and a pool and spa. The master bedroom opens to an additional outdoor space.

Salvatore’s cohesive design combines effortless ease with a sense of casual luxury. His neutral color palette presents creamy beige walls with white and grey accents. Layers of texture and organic finishes are found throughout the home. The furniture selections feature clean lines and neutral hues. Porcelain tile flooring replicates vein-cut Travertine. The outdoor living area lends itself to Salvatore’s neutral color palette to allow a free flow between the indoors and outdoors.

A basket weave tile inlay in the foyer mimics the space’s drop-down tray ceiling to create a powerful initial statement. A console table with a honed marble top and a steel base is positioned on one side of the foyer. The table features trim details that wrap around both ends and across the front. An art piece with a smoky layer of browns, greys, and blacks is displayed above the table. Two stacked mirrors are featured on the opposite wall.

Salvatore has divided the great room’s feature wall into three sections, two of which are recessed cutouts with textured wallpapered backgrounds. The cutouts flank a center section that accommodates a television against a different textured wallpaper background. A clean-lined entertainment credenza features handles with white and aluminum shading. Furnishings include four swivel chairs in a beige leather. Circular tables with grey toned concrete and ceramic finishes are placed between each pair of chairs. A sofa finished in an oatmeal colored linen fabric with nail head accents faces the entertainment wall and is flanked by circular end tables in a driftwood tone. Geometric embroidered accent pillows on the sofa are presented in beige and green. A square cocktail table with a beige and cream silt stone base, iron legs, and a glass top sits atop a neutral, low pile area rug in a taupe tone with cream stripes. Four square within a square coffered ceiling details are also featured. The inner squares drop down while the outer squares are recessed in an upward direction.

The kitchen’s island base and perimeter cabinetry are done in a taupe tone and topped by grey lagoon quartz counter surfaces. A contemporary chunky lighting fixture is suspended over the island. The backsplash features 2-inch by one-inch porcelain tile with a textural driftwood look. Four light grey leather counter-height stools with low legs provide seating at the island.

An earthy mural measuring twelve feet by twelve feet is presented on the back wall of the dining room. The mural inspired Salvatore’s design for the Madison model. It has the effect of laying on the ground in a field of flowers and virtually glows on the wall. Light taupe wildflowers are highlighted against a background in the beige and grey tones found throughout the home. A circular dining table with a driftwood finish and steel legs seats six. Traditional dining chairs with a loose skirt convey a laid-back look. A transitional chandelier provides a note of contrast to the room’s more organic elements. A pair of small vertical tables offer a bit of height in one corner of the space. Floor to ceiling drapes done in a heavy weight neutral pale cream fabric cast a slight sheen and bring a sense of elegance to the dining room.

The study also features a square within a square ceiling detail. Dark beige wall coverings, a desk and credenza finished in raw rustic wood, and a lighting fixture with a wrap-around wood look continue Salvatore’s use of organic elements. The desk features a driftwood top and three pull-out drawers while the desk chair has a tufted front and a cream-toned back with nail head details. A side chair also includes nail head details and a neutral textured fabric. A drum table next to the side chair is wrapped in a textural shagreen fabric. The room’s area rug is a textured pile with cream stripes.

The color palette in the master bedroom combines beige and taupe. Textured tile flooring conveys a bark-like look. The fully upholstered bed features a headboard with four vertical panels nearly eight feet tall. Nightstands flanking the bed are finished in a driftwood tone with a glaze that casts a mossy green and champagne sheen. A textural pattern on the doors has a lattice look. A dresser has a metal base with an antique gold and copper look. The background color of the top section is pale sage green. An organic metal twig shaped element serves as the pulls to open the dresser’s doors that accordion back to the sides of the top section. In the sitting area, a traditional side chair has dark-toned legs and a sandy toned soft woven fabric. A large transitional drum-shaped chandelier with crystal fixtures brings a bit of glitz to the otherwise monochromatic space. A grouping of seven pillows on the bed is presented in a diamond cut linen fabric and a shiny cream fabric with a wave pattern that goes left to right. To unify the look, a duvet also has the wave-like fabric.

The master bathroom features 12 by 24-inch alabaster-toned porcelain flooring that extends into the shower. The vanity cabinetry is also finished in alabaster with a beige counter surface. The walls feature 12 by 24-inch tile. In the shower, the walls include an octangular tile with glass, marble, and porcelain accents. The walls behind the vanities are done in a creamy beige tone.

The lanai’s conversation area includes a two-piece circular sectional sofa and two lounge chairs, all of which feature chocolate brown basket weave frames and taupe-on-taupe textured striped fabric cushions. Garden stools with an off-white checkerboard look are placed by each lounge chair. A drum-shaped cocktail table includes a darker brown basket weave base and a dark grey stone top. A sofa table is placed under a television. The outdoor kitchen features driftwood cabinetry with a fantasy brown countertop. A long aluminum dining table has a driftwood finish and six basket weave dining chairs with seat cushions matching the fabric on the sofa and lounge chairs. The patio off the master bedroom includes a double-chaise piece with the same pillow tones found elsewhere on the lanai.

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