Vogue Interior Design News

Vogue Interiors announced that award-winning interior designer Leslie Gebert, Allied Member, ASID, has completed the interior design of a luxury residence built by Artisan Associates in Marsala at Tiburon that features an architectural design by Stofft Cooney Architects. Gebert’s elegant design brings a sense of timelessness to the home’s 4,306 square feet under air two-story floor plan. The plan includes formal living and dining rooms, an expansive double-island kitchen and family room, a study, four bedrooms, five-and-a-half baths including a pool bath, a multi-purpose upstairs loft, a large covered lanai with a summer kitchen, bar, and fireplace, and a three-car garage that has been finished as a mechanic’s work space where the owner is free to pursue his passion for antique car restoration.

Gebert’s design incorporates various new and existing furniture pieces and the owner’s antique Oriental rug and Lladro porcelain figurine collections against a soft color palette that includes beiges, golds, and reds. Porcelain tile flooring is featured throughout the living areas while the study presents a dark-toned wood floor. A central staircase showcases painted risers contrasted by walnut-finished treads.

The grandness of the residence is evident upon entry to a soaring two-story foyer that is finished in a creamy white. A lightly distressed decorative chest with gold metallic accents is set in a niche painted a soft khaki color and bedecked with an attractive art piece. A circular Oriental rug from the owner’s collection provides an additional note of welcome.

The foyer leads to a spacious living room with a fireplace and a see-through view of the pool and Marsala’s hallmark natural setting. A pair of columns is used to distinguish the boundaries of the living room and an adjacent formal dining room. Nine ceiling coffers set in a 3 x 3 pattern are finished with crown molding and painted to match the khaki tone in the foyer niche. A large silver and gold chandelier contributes to the elegance of the space. A ten-by-thirteen-foot red, cream, and gold Oriental rug provides the basis for the living room’s color scheme. Built-in glass library-style display shelves showcasing the owner’s Lladro porcelain figurines are set in arched niches that flank a gas fireplace with a traditional stone mantle and a decorative mirror. The top-lighted shelving is presented against a metallic gold cork wallpaper. Furnishings include a slubby beige sofa with curved arms, a French chair and ottoman in a gold chenille fabric, a large swivel chair in a neutral chenille fabric that is placed next to a baby-grand piano, and a circular cocktail table with a wooden base accented by a gold band and a glass top. A mirrored console table is placed behind the sofa. Walnut end tables on either side of the sofa showcase gold specialty lamps with hand-painted silver and gold paper shades. Three sets of double French doors leading to the outside are framed by a tailored metallic gold pleated linen window treatment with red gussets.

A smaller version of the living room’s silver and gold chandelier combines with country-French furnishings and a red Oriental rug to create an elegant and very large formal dining space. Gebert brought additional elegance and visual appeal to the space by designing a hexagonal flat ceiling treatment finished to match the metallic gold cork wallpaper in the living room’s niches. Drapery fabrics that match those used in the living room are presented with a swag treatment.

The home’s massive double-island kitchen features cream-toned raised panel island bases and perimeter cabinetry with creamy Colonial Gold counter surfaces and a cream-toned rectangular subway tile backsplash. Black leather barstools are set at the counter-height outer island and offer a gathering place while entertaining. An adjacent breakfast nook includes a distressed country French circular table and seating for four.

The kitchen’s color scheme is continued in the family room where Gebert has chosen to incorporate various black elements to provide contrast. A twelve-foot ceiling contributes to the room’s spacious feeling. The feature wall showcases a cream-toned console, large television, and an attractive art piece. Linen draperies framing a pair of double French doors include a black linen leading edge and red and black eyelash fringe that creates character. A cream-toned linen sofa, red leather recliner, matching side chairs with beige and black tweed on the outside and beige chenille on the inside, and a square cocktail table are set against a red, black, and cream area rug. The family room opens to a covered lanai where there is a conversation area with a sofa, side chairs, and a card table as well as a dining area adjacent to the summer kitchen. The pool’s soft blue tile picks up the tones of the upholstery on the outdoor space’s furnishings.

The study’s dark hardwood flooring plays against a beamed ceiling detail with a coffer finished in the same color as the ceiling and creamy Navaho white backgrounds with white trim. A tall, narrow French display piece finished in black is set against a long wall and includes a television. On the opposite wall, a cream colored velvet sofa with salmon-red piping complements an area rug with similar cream and salmon-red tones. Off-white embroidered linen draperies include red fret work. A narrow desk and chair set in front of the windows provides a place for computer use.

The walls of the master suite’s substantial vestibule are accented with captivating art pieces. A dark gold cut-loop pattern rug plays against the bedroom’s dark beige wall and ceiling tone. Gebert has created an interesting applied molding detail to complement a tufted velvet, straight-lined upholstered headboard. The detail includes vertical pieces that extend from the floor to just below ceiling height, a chair rail dropped slightly from ceiling height, and two horizontal rows of molding that run all the way around the room. Distressed wood night stands featuring antique mirrored drawers with a fret work overlay are placed adjacent to the vertical applied moldings. The custom bedding is presented in cream and gold tones and includes a large decorative pillow that extends the width of the king-sized bed. Draperies divided into beige horizontal sections top and bottom and a gold horizontal section in the middle play against a large distressed wood dresser flanked by soft beige, gold and aqua blue art pieces. Matching upholstered skirted chairs with a beige tone-on-tone fabric provide seating at a window overlooking the outdoor living area that can be accessed by a French door.

The master bath’s soft cream and gold Travertine flooring is also used on the tub deck and complements the room’s muted ivory backgrounds that include nicely sized metallic gold medallions. His and her vanities include granite counter surfaces. The shower’s floor and walls are also finished in the soft, creamy Travertine with a matching four-inch by four-inch Listello and a stone rope molding detail that provides texture.

Founded in 1979, Vogue Interiors has earned numerous national, regional and local awards, including three consecutive Aurora Awards, the highest award presented by the 12-state Southeast Builders Conference. From corporate offices at 24520 Production Circle in Bonita Springs, Florida, Vogue Interiors provides design services and model merchandising to residential and commercial clients in the United States and abroad. Visit Vogue Interiors online at vogueinteriors.com.

Vogue Interiors announced designers Leslie Gebert, Allied Member, ASID, and Sheila Herrera, IDS have created an interior that exudes both sophisticated elegance and casual comfort for Harbourside Custom Homes’ Casa Arianna furnished model residence under construction in Seneca at Talis Park. The interior design takes full advantage of the long-range water and double or triple fairway views afforded by Seneca’s choice lakefront home sites that showcase Talis Park’s hallmark “In the Park” living experience.

Harbourside’s 3,935 square feet Casa Arianna great room floor plan includes a wide gallery entry hallway offering a see-through view, a formal dining room, a wet bar, a gourmet kitchen with a large island and a breakfast nook overlooking a view of the outdoors, a study, a lady’s study, four bedrooms, four-and-a-half baths, a spacious outdoor living area with an optional summer kitchen, an optional fireplace, pool and spa, a two-car garage, and a one-car garage. The great room and master bedroom open to the outdoor living area to create a captivating indoor/outdoor living experience that pays homage to Seneca’s one-of-a-kind setting. Construction of the Casa Arianna is expected to be completed by January.

Gebert and Herrera’s inspirational design reflects the casual elegance of the Casa Arianna’s open and inviting floorplan. Their soft color palette incorporates muted silvers, pewters, and tans with accents of dusty plum and sea glass blue. The soft tan walls and lighter trim will coordinate perfectly with the beautiful marble flooring in the main living areas showcasing swirls of soft tans and taupe. The fabrics, too, will be light in tone, but durable and functional. The overall ambiance will exude elegance and comfort.

Upon entry, a mosaic of polished marble tiles inset into the foyer flooring will create an immediate impression, extending with a rug effect along the grand hallway into the great room. Overhead, three dramatic ceiling trays, each displaying a beautiful lantern pendant, will balance the flooring design. A stunning mirrored-finish console will provide the foundation for glamorous artwork.

The grand hallway opens on the right to a formal dining room defined by square columns adorned with a contemporary flat molding. On the back wall, moldings will be applied in an artful framework, inset with mirrors for added pizzazz. The glass-topped dining table with a double espresso-toned pedestal base will be paired with six contemporary wing chairs. Overhead, within the tray, a dramatic drop ceiling will feature a faux finish with beautiful sparkling crystals.

Just off the dining room, a walk-in wet bar will offer additional functionality with a counter height bar that opens to the gallery hallway. Multi-level light taupe cabinets, some with glass fronts, will be complemented by marble-like quartz countertops.

The great room will showcase a feature wall adorned by shimmering textured wallpaper and displaying a gorgeous gas fireplace with an 80-inch television above. Painted columns on either side of the fireplace and television will feature a modern applied molding detail to frame attractive light sconces. Beyond the columns, glass shelves with storage doors below will provide practical display space. A linen colored sofa with contemporary style tufting and two arm chairs in taupe with silver nail heads will provide an inviting seating arrangement. The end tables will feature a gray wood tone with silver hardware, while a blonde patent leather ottoman will serve as a cocktail table. A cream area rug with a very unusual shag pile will complete the scene while beautiful side panel drapes frame the wide glass sliders.

For the kitchen, Herrera and Gebert have selected clean-lined, off-white linen cabinets with a chocolate glaze and simple shaker-style doors, also replicated on the spacious counter-height island where corner post legs will add detail and flair. Above the island, pendant lights with an open lantern look will highlight the extraordinary granite countertops featuring waves of movement in taupes, grays, and linens. A decorative tile backsplash will add the finishing touch.

Adjacent to the kitchen, the breakfast nook offers glorious views to the pool area through angled mitered windows. Here the window treatment, with shaped cornices, will coordinate with the great room drapes. A round glass-topped table, with a drum chandelier overhead, will feature a charcoal-toned pedestal base with the look of a giant spring. The charcoal chairs will be upholstered in an off-white micro harlequin pattern.

Outside, the large covered lanai features a perimeter kitchen along the wall at one end with espresso-toned cabinetry and granite countertops. A modern square metal table in an espresso finish, featuring a top with stone center, will coordinate with four chairs displaying handsome plum-colored cushions. In addition, a large rectangular glass-topped dining table and six chairs, executed in a woven taupe wicker, will offer casual entertaining space. At the far side, a conversation area with a loveseat, easy chairs and a cocktail table will be grouped around a gorgeous outdoor fireplace featuring floor to ceiling tile in a stone color punctuated at regular intervals by decorative banding.

The master suite is entered by means of a double door entry from the gallery hallway. A glamorous vestibule with fauxed ceiling, soft lighting, and a wall niche displaying shimmery wallpaper will provide a sense of arrival into the luxurious bedroom decorated in tones of plums, soft tans, and off-white. Faux detailing will be continued on the ceiling where a magnificent chandelier will coordinate with the vestibule and master bathroom. The bed and splendid headboard will have a contemporary, upholstered look, flanked by night stands in an antique mirrored finish which will perfectly coordinate with an off-white triple dresser with silver pulls. Two high back contemporary wing chairs and multi-colored silk drapes will complete the scene.

The flooring in the master bathroom will be executed in an off-white porcelain tile with the look of travertine. His and her vanities on either side of a free-standing tub in the corner of the room will be finished in a linen color with a chocolate glaze. The vanity countertops will showcase a very light marble with dramatic swirls of taupe, charcoal, and cream. The shower tile will coordinate perfectly with the flooring.

The study, located at the rear of the home, will feature a custom built-in with a credenza and bookcases in medium brown tones, and a floating desk in front. The walls will be decorated with applied moldings in a stylish design, inset with a quilted-look charcoal wallpaper. Attractive accent chairs on either side of a decorative box table will complement the handsome draperies.

At the front of the home, Gebert and Herrera have created a lady’s study featuring an espresso finish desk with chrome legs and a taupe fabric chair with nail heads. Here, a sleeper sofa in a light cream fabric and leather ottoman will lend practicality to this stylish retreat with its blue-toned area rug and beautiful drapes.

Founded in 1979, Vogue Interiors has earned numerous national, regional and local awards, including three consecutive Aurora Awards, the highest award presented by the 12-state Southeast Builders Conference. From corporate offices at 24520 Production Circle in Bonita Springs, Florida, Vogue Interiors provides design services and model merchandising to residential and commercial clients in the United States and abroad. Visit Vogue Interiors online at vogueinteriors.com.

Vogue Interiors announced designers Leslie Gebert, Allied Member, ASID, and Sheila Herrera, IDS have created an interior that exudes both sophisticated elegance and luxurious comfort for Harbourside Custom Homes’ Villa San Remo furnished model residence under construction in Seneca at Talis Park. The interior design takes full advantage of the long-range water and double or triple fairway views afforded by Seneca’s choice lakefront home sites that showcase Talis Park’s hallmark “In the Park” living experience.

The 3,658 square feet under air Villa San Remo model’s floor plan features a spacious 29-foot by 20-foot great room, a formal dining room, a wet bar, a double-island gourmet kitchen and breakfast nook, a study, three bedrooms, three-and-a-half baths, an outdoor living area with a large covered terrace, gas fireplace, outdoor kitchen, pool and spa, and a three-car garage. The home’s covered entry opens to a foyer and wide gallery hallway that provide a see-though view of the great room, outdoor living area and pool, and Seneca’s spectacular views. The great room, study, and master bedroom all open to the outdoor living area to create a captivating indoor/outdoor living experience that pays homage to Seneca’s one-of-a-kind setting. Beautiful custom ceiling details will be found throughout the home. Construction of the Villa San Remo is expected to be completed by January.

Gebert and Herrera’s light, simply tailored look for the San Remo is designed to reflect the home’s open and airy floor plan. The floor and wall coverings will provide a foundation of soft grays, chromes, and creams with hints of citron. The flooring in the main living area will be a 9 x 36-inch wood-look ceramic tile in a soft cream that will continue into the dining room and study. A lovely, long gallery hallway just beyond the foyer will feature a coordinating solid 12 x 36-inch porcelain tile which, in combination with widely spaced columns, will define the entry into the great room.

The grand entry foyer affords immediate views through the columned gallery to the great room, pool, lanai, and panoramic views beyond. A wall niche will be stylishly adorned with faux wood wallpaper in varying tones of gray and beautiful artwork. Stepping into the gallery, the eye will be drawn to a display at one end where a magnificent wall covering by Elitis will provide an element of drama with its black background and artistic gold foil design.

To the left of the foyer, the open dining room is defined by elegant columns. A rectangular table with a contemporary chrome base and cream wood top will be complemented by casual looking upholstered chairs in a neutral linen with chrome nail head detailing. Beautiful sheer draperies in creams and taupes will soften the large window. A wall niche, decorated with faux wood wallpaper to match the foyer niche, will display exciting artwork.

Crossing the wide gallery into the tremendous great room, the sense of light airy space is evident everywhere. The ceiling will feature a suspended painted beam detail running front to back with extraordinary backlighting. A comfortable sofa in a neutral cream tone linen, accented with chic pillows in tones of gray, gold and cream, will face the television wall. Two upholstered chairs with a subdued gold geometric pattern on a cream background will add character while a soft gray rug will anchor the space together with two mirrored rectangular cocktail tables. The seating group will be arranged across from a console with a chrome base and a cream colored chagrin leather front with large circular chrome pulls. Overhead, a large wall-mounted television will be set against a backdrop of dove gray mica wallpaper. A narrow horizontal niche over the television will reveal a decorative planter while two tall niches on the right will showcase towering vases filled with organic displays.

The great room will flow seamlessly into a spacious kitchen with two counter-height islands that will provide an integrated sense of connection. The base cabinetry on the outer island will be executed in a dark graphite tone while the inner island and perimeter cabinetry will be finished in white with a pewter glaze. Distinctive granite counter tops will showcase intricate movement in pleasing light tones of creams and warm grays. Tying everything together, a glamorous specialty backsplash will feature a laser cut glass tile that produces the effect of a silver metallic figure eight against a soft white background. Simple, low-backed barstools will be featured at the outer island as well as at the wet bar located just off the kitchen. Gebert and Herrera will use the same granite at the bar, but with a backsplash in a dark reflective glitzy glass tile for added pizzazz.

A generous and comfortable breakfast nook with wide mitred glass windows will feature a square glass top table with an open wood base. Four wood framed chairs, upholstered in a neutral texture, will blend perfectly.

The high-ceilinged, oversized study at the rear of the home will feature an artful combination of two contrasting wallpapers, a chair rail, and high wainscoting for a warm sophisticated look. Tall custom built-in shelving displays will flank a floating desk in driftwood and metal tones. A leather study chair and two upholstered chairs will provide style, comfort, and practicality.

The covered lanai of the San Remo features three distinct areas for relaxing and entertaining. The area immediately off of the great room features a large conversation area that will include two curved gray sofas with patterned accent pillows in grays, creams, and golds, gathered around a matching circular gray ottoman. The dining area will feature a contemporary rectangular glass top table and six chairs in a woven gray metallic. The adjacent outdoor kitchen cabinetry will be finished in espresso with a countertop in a light gray leather finish. A second conversation area is located behind the study where a luxurious fireplace will provide the focus for four upholstered lounge chairs.

Entered through a private vestibule, the master bedroom showcases a striking color palette of black and cream. The upholstered bed with its tufted headboard and footboard will be flanked by nightstands in a combination of black wood and off-white leather. Dramatic drop lights will be attractively suspended over each nightstand. A long low dresser from the same collection will be positioned across from the bed with a television wall-mounted above.

The master bathroom will feature light ceramic tile, vanity cabinetry executed in glazed white, and luxurious countertops in the themed tones of white, cream, and gray. A free-standing tub will be flanked on either side by entries into a large walk-in shower where a listello detail in a chrome-look glass tile will add glamor. The wall covering will showcase a metallic troweled effect in shades of creamy grays.

Founded in 1979, Vogue Interiors has earned numerous national, regional and local awards, including three consecutive Aurora Awards, the highest award presented by the 12-state Southeast Builders Conference. From corporate offices at 24520 Production Circle in Bonita Springs, Florida, Vogue Interiors provides design services and model merchandising to residential and commercial clients in the United States and abroad. Visit Vogue Interiors online at vogueinteriors.com.

Vogue Interiors announced it has completed the design and execution of the interior for Stock Signature Homes’ 4,155 square feet, five-bedroom, four-and-a-half bath Windsor model residence at Treviso Bay. The Windsor’s flowing great room floor plan includes a formal dining room, study, a large gourmet island kitchen, an exercise room, an outdoor living area with a summer kitchen, fireplace, pool, and spa, a spacious master suite, and two two-car garages. Vogue’s Sheila Herrera, I.D.S. has brought a clean-lined look to the home that includes Asian influences.

“The inspiration for this design came from oriental fabric selections available in Vogue’s Design Center,” said Herrera. “The color palette includes pale taupe backgrounds with plum, chartreuse, silver metallic, and aged mirror accents that play against rich cappuccino and espresso wood tones. The flooring in the living areas is light taupe porcelain tile with a modeled look. We chose to use wood flooring in the study.”

Herrera incorporated numerous ceiling details in her design, including a hexagonal coffer with an X detail and a metallic faux finish in the great room. Furnishings in the great room include a very light, creamy taupe sofa, two side chairs with solid taupe fabric, a pair of benches with plum fabric that has a key design and frames with a silver metallic finish, a low, straight-lined cocktail table with an antiqued mirror finish, clean-lined end tables, and an oriental sofa table with a dark finish. A sculpted area rug presents plum tones and includes silk elements. Herrera has created a dark-toned built-in for the great room’s entertainment wall that includes flanking columns with sconces, glass shelving for displaying collectibles and blown-glass accessories, and a center console positioned beneath a wall-mounted television. Lower cabinetry in each section of the wall unit provides space for equipment storage. The back wall of the entertainment center is finished with a metallic taupe and silver grass cloth that reflects the ceiling’s faux finished coffers.

Herrera mixed the cabinetry finishes in the Windsor’s kitchen with a counter height dark chocolate island base to compliment the great room’s entertainment center and a taupe tone on the perimeter. A 6” x 6” metallic pewter backsplash lines the entire perimeter and plays against the room’s light granite countertops. The adjacent dinette features a cornice board that wraps around a curved window and joins a circular glass-topped table overlooking the outdoor living area.

The formal dining room features a large mirrored circular table with a silver metallic base. Six chairs with dark wood legs and a light, off-white oatmeal two-toned fabric with silver accent threads contrast nicely with a dark toned built-in. The furniture pieces and built-in play against sparkling faux finished walls. Another eye-catching ceiling detail reflects the look established in the great room and includes a scalloped effect at the corners.

A taupe Lambrequin cornice board at the window in the study brings an Asian influence to the space. Dark taupe wood flooring plays against a lighter taupe, custom designed built-in. The room’s desk has a medium toned wooden top and metal accents on the legs. A contemporized wing chair serves as the desk chair. The study’s furnishings also include an accent chair with a chocolate and taupe zebra pattern.

In keeping with Naples’ hallmark outdoor lifestyle, Herrera has created an appealing outdoor living area that features a marble deck, a summer kitchen, a fireplace, a cozy sitting area, and a pool and spa with iridescent waterline tiles. The kitchen features a beautiful wraparound counter height bar with a granite countertop and espresso-toned cabinetry.

The Windsor’s master suite provides a spacious, comfortable retreat. A double door entry opens to a vestibule with an arched niche wall and a hallway leading to a bedroom with double French doors opening to the outdoor living area. A large sitting area offers a view to the rear of the home. The bed’s headboard is contoured to a mirror with a frame matching the headboard’s light taupe velvet upholstery. This unique look is contrasted by an espresso finished dresser and mirrored nightstands with a silver finish. The frames of two contemporized wing chairs also have an espresso finish. Herrera completed the look with a large silver framed oriental mirror that stands on the floor.

Rich, dark-toned his and her vanities are featured in the master bath and play against creamy granite countertops with plum speckles. Silver lighting fixtures complement the bath’s silver metallic wallpaper and light neutral porcelain tile flooring. Highly reflective plum toned glass tiles with silver specs provide an accent at the tub deck and on the shower walls.

Founded in 1979, Vogue Interiors has earned numerous national, regional and local awards, including three consecutive Aurora Awards, the highest award presented by the 12-state Southeast Builders Conference. From corporate offices at 24520 Production Circle in Bonita Springs, Florida, Vogue Interiors provides design services and model merchandising to residential and commercial clients in the United States and abroad. Visit Vogue Interiors online at vogueinteriors.com.

Vogue Interiors announced it has completed the design and execution of the interior for Stock Signature Homes’ 4,155 square feet, five-bedroom, four-and-a-half bath Windsor model residence at Treviso Bay. The Windsor’s flowing great room floor plan includes a formal dining room, study, a large gourmet island kitchen, an exercise room, an outdoor living area with a summer kitchen, fireplace, pool, and spa, a spacious master suite, and two two-car garages. Vogue’s Sheila Corasaniti, I.D.S. has brought a clean-lined look to the home that includes Asian influences.

“The inspiration for this design came from oriental fabric selections available in Vogue’s Design Center,” said Corasaniti. “The color palette includes pale taupe backgrounds with plum, chartreuse, silver metallic, and aged mirror accents that play against rich cappuccino and espresso wood tones. The flooring in the living areas is light taupe porcelain tile with a modeled look. We chose to use wood flooring in the study.”

Corasaniti incorporated numerous ceiling details in her design, including a hexagonal coffer with an X detail and a metallic faux finish in the great room. Furnishings in the great room include a very light, creamy taupe sofa, two side chairs with solid taupe fabric, a pair of benches with plum fabric that has a key design and frames with a silver metallic finish, a low, straight-lined cocktail table with an antiqued mirror finish, clean-lined end tables, and an oriental sofa table with a dark finish. A sculpted area rug presents plum tones and includes silk elements. Corasaniti has created a dark-toned built-in for the great room’s entertainment wall that includes flanking columns with sconces, glass shelving for displaying collectibles and blown-glass accessories, and a center console positioned beneath a wall-mounted television. Lower cabinetry in each section of the wall unit provides space for equipment storage. The back wall of the entertainment center is finished with a metallic taupe and silver grass cloth that reflects the ceiling’s faux finished coffers.

Corasaniti mixed the cabinetry finishes in the Windsor’s kitchen with a counter height dark chocolate island base to compliment the great room’s entertainment center and a taupe tone on the perimeter. A 6” x 6” metallic pewter backsplash lines the entire perimeter and plays against the room’s light granite countertops. The adjacent dinette features a cornice board that wraps around a curved window and joins a circular glass-topped table overlooking the outdoor living area.

The formal dining room features a large mirrored circular table with a silver metallic base. Six chairs with dark wood legs and a light, off-white oatmeal two-toned fabric with silver accent threads contrast nicely with a dark toned built-in. The furniture pieces and built-in play against sparkling faux finished walls. Another eye-catching ceiling detail reflects the look established in the great room and includes a scalloped effect at the corners.

A taupe Lambrequin cornice board at the window in the study brings an Asian influence to the space. Dark taupe wood flooring plays against a lighter taupe, custom designed built-in. The room’s desk has a medium toned wooden top and metal accents on the legs. A contemporized wing chair serves as the desk chair. The study’s furnishings also include an accent chair with a chocolate and taupe zebra pattern.

In keeping with Naples’ hallmark outdoor lifestyle, Corasaniti has created an appealing outdoor living area that features a marble deck, a summer kitchen, a fireplace, a cozy sitting area, and a pool and spa with iridescent waterline tiles. The kitchen features a beautiful wraparound counter height bar with a granite countertop and espresso-toned cabinetry.

The Windsor’s master suite provides a spacious, comfortable retreat. A double door entry opens to a vestibule with an arched niche wall and a hallway leading to a bedroom with double French doors opening to the outdoor living area. A large sitting area offers a view to the rear of the home. The bed’s headboard is contoured to a mirror with a frame matching the headboard’s light taupe velvet upholstery. This unique look is contrasted by an espresso finished dresser and mirrored nightstands with a silver finish. The frames of two contemporized wing chairs also have an espresso finish. Corasaniti completed the look with a large silver framed oriental mirror that stands on the floor.

Rich, dark-toned his and her vanities are featured in the master bath and play against creamy granite countertops with plum speckles. Silver lighting fixtures complement the bath’s silver metallic wallpaper and light neutral porcelain tile flooring. Highly reflective plum toned glass tiles with silver specs provide an accent at the tub deck and on the shower walls.

Founded in 1979, Vogue Interiors has earned numerous national, regional and local awards, including three consecutive Aurora Awards, the highest award presented by the 12-state Southeast Builders Conference. From corporate offices at 24520 Production Circle in Bonita Springs, Florida, Vogue Interiors provides design services and model merchandising to residential and commercial clients in the United States and abroad. Visit Vogue Interiors online at vogueinteriors.com.

Vogue Interiors announced it has completed the design and execution of the interior of Harbourside Custom Homes’ San Michele model residence at Miromar Lakes. The open, 3,693 square feet floor plan includes a spacious great room, a formal dining room, a large island kitchen and breakfast nook, four bedrooms, four baths, a study, a flex room designed as the model’s second study, an outdoor living area with a covered lanai, fireplace, outdoor kitchen, and pool, and a two-car garage and a one-car garage.

Vogue Interiors’ Leslie Gebert, Allied Member, ASID, and Sheila Herrera, I.D.S., created an interior design that incorporates contemporary elements in the San Michele’s open floor plan while taking full advantage of the indoor/outdoor lifestyle afforded by the home’s architectural style. Off-white stone flooring in the living areas includes hand-scraped driftwood colored wood insets and a delicate stone border that presents the design’s white, soft bluish-grey and taupe color palette.

A long, open foyer provides a see through view of the San Michele’s great room, outdoor living area and pool. The wood flooring insets mimic the foyer’s three rectangular ceiling details that are finished with a taupe contrast paint overlaid with a coat of pearlized metallic paint to provide additional visual interest. Columns on the left side of the foyer’s wide gallery hallway are scored about a third of the way down from the ceiling and define the entry to the formal dining room.

Gebert and Herrera used applied molding details to frame six mirrored panels of varying sizes that line the dining room’s one continuous wall. The wall treatment combines with the room’s four ceiling coffers that are set in a larger square coffer to establish an elegant ambiance. Each of the ceiling coffers is up-lit and finished with a soft, blue-green textured grass cloth with gold metallic touches. A contemporary silver and metallic gold Van Teal lighting fixture is suspended over a glass-topped rectangular dining table with a dark-toned base. The dining chairs’ linen and velvet upholstery offers a slight bit of contrast. On the gallery hallway wall opposite the dining room, a large art piece provides a mix of taupes, greys, greens, and golds. A greyish green toned tall buffet next to the art piece features a metallic silver interior and houses collectibles such as cut glass and colored glass while still functioning as a buffet cabinet.

Gebert and Herrera chose to include a strong textural element in the great room that is reflected in an upholstered linen sofa, a pair of bone-toned textural tweed side chairs, and a taupe and grey bench that sits opposite the chairs. The furnishings are grouped in front of a fireplace wall with a beautifully designed built-in treatment. The center of the wall features a recessed fireplace surrounded by graphite colored glass tile. The wall above the fireplace is finished with the same soft, blue-green textured grass cloth with gold metallic touches found in the dining room’s ceiling coffers. A television is mounted on the wall. On either side of the fireplace, Gebert has built out columns with bronzed mirrored wall sconces. Dark graphite base cabinetry and recessed areas with open shelving flank the built-out columns.

The great room flows into a spacious island kitchen with beautiful soft teal wall tones. Perimeter cabinets in white with a graphite glaze are complimented by a granite countertop and a full granite backsplash. A large counter height island features a graphite-toned base and a granite counter matching the perimeter. The formal dining room and kitchen are connected by a butler’s pantry with graphite-toned cabinetry, a granite countertop, a grey-green textured stone backsplash, two counter-height barstools, refrigerator, sink, and an icemaker. A walk-in pantry with five shelves offers plenty of storage space.

A breakfast nook adjacent to the kitchen features a mitered-glass window overlooking the San Michele’s outdoor living area and pool. Gebert and Herrera created a neutral Roman shade window treatment with a blue-green braid. The breakfast nook’s circular glass-topped table is surrounded by four upholstered chairs.

The San Michele’s great room and master bedroom open to a long rectangular covered lanai that includes a beautiful ceiling detail and a floor to ceiling tiled wall with a recessed fireplace and a large screen television. Driftwood finished furnishings and grey-green rug combine to provide a comfortable conversation area in front of the fireplace. A second, square-shaped covered lanai includes a raised bar with a dark-toned base and granite countertop, an outdoor kitchen with matching cabinetry and countertops, a sink and grill, and a dining space with a driftwood toned table and chairs. The lanai ceilings are finished with a tongue-in-groove detail.

The San Michele’s primary “his” study is located at the rear of the home and features a palette of driftwood and soft blue-green tones. Here, Gebert and Herrera have created a floor to ceiling driftwood finished built-in that is centered on the wall. The room’s brownish grey toned hand scraped wood flooring is laid on the diagonal. A floating desk and upholstered desk chair present an interesting decorative look. Draperies with a brown background and a plaid blue-green sheer overlay combine with a corner table and chair and a contemporary area rug to complete the look.

Gebert and Herrera have transformed what was originally designed as a craft room into a secondary den. They have chosen to keep the space open and light. The desk includes a beige top and walnut legs that compliment a neutral sofa with beige and white zebra print pillows. A decorative rug finishes the space that is intended to serve as “her” study.

Gebert and Herrera continued their elegant design in the master suite where an inviting vestibule includes an attractive ceiling detail and a niche wall with an impressive art piece. The suite features a large walk-in closet with a custom designed closet system. The designers’ palette in the master bedroom includes cream with punches of grey and soft teal. The bed’s tall upholstered headboard and dusk skirt are presented in an ivory contrasted by a large pillow in a grey, blue-green, and ivory floral and Euro’s in a highly metallic blue-green fabric. While Gebert and Herrera have brought antiqued silver night stands and other reflective and metallic elements to the space, they have maintained the room’s soft, cozy feeling with a taupy, blue-green dresser and neutral satin draperies.

The San Michele’s master bath features cream-toned his and her vanities with a chocolate glaze topped by granite countertops. The vanities and a free standing tub play against the room’s neutral porcelain tile flooring and soft taupe wallpaper. A beautiful lighting fixture with crystals and a linen shade brings additional elegance to the space. The shower’s porcelain tile floors and walls are accented by a golden willow metallic glass tile.

Founded in 1979, Vogue Interiors has earned numerous national, regional and local awards, including three consecutive Aurora Awards, the highest award presented by the 12-state Southeast Builders Conference. From corporate offices at 24520 Production Circle in Bonita Springs, Florida, Vogue Interiors provides design services and model merchandising to residential and commercial clients in the United States and abroad. Visit Vogue Interiors online at vogueinteriors.com.

Vogue Interiors announced it has been selected to design and execute the interior of Stock Signature Homes’ Windsor model residence now under construction at Quail West. The Windsor model’s elegant, 4,155 square feet under air great room floor plan includes a formal dining area, a gourmet island kitchen and breakfast area, a study, three bedrooms, four-and-a-half baths, an exercise room, a club room, an outdoor living area with a fireplace and summer kitchen, and two two-car garages.

Vogue’s Sheila Herrera, I.D.S. has created a serene, comfortable interior style to accentuate the Windsor’s architectural design that includes numerous ceiling details and applied moldings. Her exceptionally soft color palette will include pewter, pale grey, celery green, and off-white tones with celery green, apricot, silver and metallic accents. White porcelain tile with grey veining in the living areas will convey a Carrara marble look, while the weathered grey tones of the porcelain tile in the study will have a wood-like feeling.

Visitors to the Windsor will be greeted in a foyer flanked by niches with a beaded grass cloth wall covering in a soft celery tone. Each of the niches will feature impressive art pieces. The foyer provides a view through the great room’s pocketing sliders of the Windsor’s grand outdoor living area and pool. A feature wall in the great room will include two columns framing a wall-mounted television. Each of the columns will include sconce lighting fixtures. A wet bar will be situated to the right of the television wall. To the left, Herrera has created a low built-in with a pewter finish and a white granite top with flecks of grey. A shelf for displaying collectibles will be set on the wall above the built-in.

A white sofa with soft ribbed chenille fabric, contemporary tufting, an attractive channel back design detail, and large decorative pillows will provide a focal point in the great room’s conversation area. Other furnishings will include light white open-sided chairs, a chrome and glass cocktail table with a geometric pattern on the legs, one glass end table with a wood shelf in a washed grey finish, a second tiered end table in an ivory finish with chrome, and a beautiful textured shag area rug.

The dining room will showcase the Windsor’s extensive use of applied molding details. The walls above a chair rail will be finished in a dark charcoal grey while applied moldings will create contemporary wainscoting panels below the rail. A rectangular all-wood pedestal dining table will be finished in a cool grey with a metallic overlay and surrounded by chairs with pewter finished legs and grey-toned fabric. Herrera has selected a built-in with a cream finish and a light neutral granite to fill the room’s niche wall. A beautifully designed mirror will be hung above the built-in. Cream-toned silk draperies will complete the look.

Herrera will finish the kitchen’s large counter height island with a light grey base that will play against white perimeter cabinetry. Counter surfaces throughout the room will be white granite with specs of light celeries and greys. Clean-lined high-back barstools will line the island and be presented with a striping effect using cream vinyl and chrome. The kitchen will also include a walk-in pantry with a door finished to appear as an extension of the cabinetry.

The adjoining breakfast nook will be defined by a semi-circular window overlooking the outdoor living area. Herrera will furnish the space with a glass-topped pedestal table and chairs executed in an oatmeal linen fabric with chrome nail head trim and wooden legs with a smoked finish. A contemporary lighting fixture with wavy textured glass will be highlighted by a chrome band.

Herrera has designed the Windsor’s club room to convey a decidedly masculine feeling with numerous textures and details. The room will include a full wet bar with a granite countertop, dark-toned cabinetry, bar sink, and beverage refrigerator. A television will be hung above the bar. Closets with French doors painted in the trim color will flank the bar to provide a den-like feeling. A dark-toned, wood-like tile floor and a coffered ceiling with a velour-like smoky grey wall covering detail will contribute to the masculine feeling of the space. Matching oversized contemporary wing chairs with a pinstripe pattern will flank a console presented in a charcoal, weathered wood look. Additional seating will be provided by a light grey sofa with hide pillows.

A beautiful custom built-in will bring both elegance and functionality to the study. Lower closed filing cabinetry will be finished in a cream tone with a grey top, while the built-in two-toned desk will feature a cream top and silver metallic legs. Open bookcases will be set above the lower cabinetry. The desk chair will be in a washed driftwood with a medallion pattern. An accent chair will present a wavy pattern also reflected in a cornice board that will include side panels with a silver metallic fabric.

Just off the hallway leading to the master suite, the Windsor’s exercise room will offer a full complement of workout equipment, including a stationary bike, an elliptical machine, free weights, an exercise ball, a yoga mat, jump rope, a bench to sit on, and mirrored walls. Herrera will cover the walls with a faux leather and use a tight, low nap Berber carpeting with soft cushioning on the floor. Double doors will open the space to the outdoor living area.

Herrera has created an exquisite contemporary upholstered bed with grey metallic tufted linen fabric and crystal Swarovski nail head details in a diamond pattern for the master bedroom. Matching night stands with mirrored-front drawers and a dresser will be presented in a cream finish. An elegant sunburst mirror will be set above the dresser. Matching pearlescent faux leather chairs with chrome arms and legs will flank a metallic-silver table in the sitting area.
The master bath will feature light, two-toned greyish-taupe and white porcelain tile flooring, a free-standing tub, contemporary mirrors, and sconce lighting. The vanity cabinetry will be finished in a light cream tone with light creamy granite countertops and chrome fixtures. Tile designs with reflective metallic and silver materials will be presented in the shower.

The Windsor’s expansive outdoor living area will reflect Stock’s penchant for creating inviting outdoor spaces. Herrera has chosen swivel lounge chairs and a sofa for the conversation area in front of a fireplace that will have contemporary woven frames in a pale driftwood color and light sail cloth fabric with apricot and celery accent pillows. The fireplace wall will be presented in an alternating horizontal pattern of textured cream chiseled stone and smooth stone. The outdoor kitchen’s backsplash will present a similar pattern and complement a chiseled stone detail on the back wall. The kitchen will include an L-shaped counter-height island with a granite counter surface and barstools in a weathered grey metal.

Founded in 1979, Vogue Interiors has earned numerous national, regional and local awards, including three consecutive Aurora Awards, the highest award presented by the 12-state Southeast Builders Conference. From corporate offices at 24520 Production Circle in Bonita Springs, Florida, Vogue Interiors provides design services and model merchandising to residential and commercial clients in the United States and abroad. Visit Vogue Interiors online at vogueinteriors.com.

Vogue Interiors announced it has completed the design and execution of the interior design for Harbourside Custom Homes’ San Michele furnished model residence at Miromar Lakes. The open, 3,693 square feet floor plan includes a spacious great room, a formal dining room, a large island kitchen and breakfast nook, four bedrooms, four baths, a study, a flex room that has been designed as the model’s second study, an outdoor living area with a covered lanai, fireplace, outdoor kitchen, and pool, and a two-car garage and a one-car garage.

Vogue Interiors’ Leslie Gebert, Allied Member, ASID, and Sheila Herrera, I.D.S., created an interior design that incorporates contemporary elements throughout the San Michele’s open floor plan while taking full advantage of the indoor/outdoor lifestyle afforded by the home’s architectural style. Off-white stone flooring in the living areas is finished with hand-scraped driftwood colored wood insets and a delicate stone border that presents the design’s white, soft bluish-grey, and taupe color palette.

A long, open foyer provides a see-through view of the San Michele’s great room, outdoor living area and pool. The wood flooring insets mimic the foyer’s three rectangular ceiling details that are finished with a taupe contrast paint overlaid with a coat of pearlized metallic paint to provide additional visual interest. Columns on the left side of the foyer’s wide gallery hallway are scored about a third of the way down from the ceiling and define the entry to the formal dining room.

Gebert and Herrera used applied molding details to frame six mirrored panels of varying sizes that line the dining room’s one continuous wall. The wall treatment works in combination with the room’s four ceiling coffers that are set in a larger square coffer to establish an elegant ambiance. Each of the ceiling coffers is up-lit and finished with a soft, blue-green textured grass cloth with gold metallic touches. A contemporary silver and metallic gold Van Teal lighting fixture is suspended over a glass-topped rectangular dining table with a dark-toned base. The dining chairs’ linen and velvet upholstery offers a slight bit of contrast. On the gallery hallway wall opposite the dining room, a large art piece provides a mix of taupes, greys, greens, and golds. A greyish green toned tall buffet next to the art piece features a metallic silver interior and houses collectibles, such as cut glass and colored glass, while still functioning as a buffet cabinet.

Gebert and Herrera decision to include a strong textural element in the great room is reflected in an upholstered linen sofa, a pair of bone-toned textural tweed side chairs, and a taupe and grey bench that sits opposite the chairs. The furnishings are grouped in front of a fireplace wall with a beautifully designed built-in treatment. The center of the wall features a recessed fireplace surrounded by graphite colored glass tile. The wall above the fireplace is finished with the same soft, blue-green textured grass cloth with gold metallic touches found in the dining room’s ceiling coffers. A television is mounted on the wall. On either side of the fireplace, Gebert has built out columns with bronzed mirrored wall sconces. Dark graphite base cabinetry and recessed areas with open shelving flank the built-out columns.

The great room flows into a spacious island kitchen with beautiful soft teal wall tones. Perimeter cabinets in white with a graphite glaze are complimented by a granite countertop and a full granite backsplash. A large counter height island features a graphite-toned base and a granite counter matching the perimeter. The formal dining room and kitchen are connected by a butler’s pantry with graphite-toned cabinetry, a granite countertop, a grey-green textured stone backsplash, two counter-height barstools, refrigerator, sink, and an icemaker. A walk-in pantry with five shelves offers plenty of storage space.

A breakfast nook adjacent to the kitchen features a mitered-glass window overlooking the San Michele’s outdoor living area and pool. Gebert and Herrera created a neutral Roman shade window treatment with a blue-green braid. The breakfast nook’s circular glass-topped table is surrounded by four upholstered chairs.

The San Michele’s great room and master bedroom open to a long rectangular covered lanai that includes a beautiful ceiling detail and a floor to ceiling tiled wall with a recessed fireplace and a large screen television. Driftwood finished furnishings and grey-green rug combine to provide a comfortable conversation area in front of the fireplace. A second, square-shaped covered lanai includes a raised bar with a dark-toned base and granite countertop, an outdoor kitchen with matching cabinetry and countertops, a sink and grill, and a dining space with a driftwood toned table and chairs. The lanai ceilings are finished with a tongue-in-groove detail.

The San Michele’s primary “his” study is located at the rear of the home and features a palette of driftwood and soft blue-green tones. Here, Gebert and Herrera have created a floor to ceiling driftwood finished built-in that is centered on the wall. The room’s brownish grey toned hand scraped wood flooring is laid on the diagonal. A floating desk and upholstered desk chair present an interesting decorative look. Draperies with a brown background and a plaid blue-green sheer overlay combine with a corner table and chair and a contemporary area rug to complete the look.

Gebert and Herrera have transformed what was originally designed as a craft room into a secondary den. They have kept the space open and light. The desk includes a beige top and walnut legs that compliment a neutral sofa with beige and white zebra print pillows. A decorative rug completes the space that is intended to serve as “her” study.

Gebert and Herrera continued their elegant design in the master suite where an inviting vestibule features an attractive ceiling detail and a niche wall with an impressive art piece. The suite includes a large walk-in closet with a custom designed closet system. The designers’ palette in the master bedroom showcases cream with punches of grey and soft teal. The bed’s tall upholstered headboard and dusk skirt is presented in an ivory contrasted by a large pillow in a grey, blue-green, and ivory floral, and Euro’s in a highly metallic blue-green fabric. While Gebert and Herrera have brought antiqued silver night stands and other reflective and metallic elements to the space, they have maintained the room’s soft, cozy feeling with a taupy, blue-green dresser and neutral satin draperies.

The San Michele’s master bath features cream-toned his and her vanities with a chocolate glaze topped by granite countertops. The vanities and a free standing tub play against the room’s neutral porcelain tile flooring and soft taupe wallpaper. A beautiful lighting fixture with crystals and a linen shade brings additional elegance to the space. The shower’s porcelain tile floors and walls are accented by a golden willow metallic glass tile.

Founded in 1979, Vogue Interiors has earned numerous national, regional and local awards, including three consecutive Aurora Awards, the highest award presented by the 12-state Southeast Builders Conference. From corporate offices at 24520 Production Circle in Bonita Springs, Florida, Vogue Interiors provides design services and model merchandising to residential and commercial clients in the United States and abroad. Visit Vogue Interiors online at vogueinteriors.com.

Barefoot Beach has long been acknowledged not only as one of Southwest Florida’s most preferred beachfront communities, but also as one of the most beautiful beaches in the United States. For those who crave the azure waters of the Gulf, sub-tropical breezes with a hint of salt, and picture postcard sunsets, there are few places in the world better than this exquisite stretch of sugar white sand on Little Hickory Island in the northernmost vestiges of Collier County.

The magnetic appeal of the Barefoot Beach lifestyle was irresistible for a couple from Pittsburg who eschewed the fairway views of their Southwest Florida golf community and purchased a 23-year old penthouse condominium on the beach. The 3,500 square feet, three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath residence was built in 1991. The owners’ first order of business was to completely update the residence and transform it into a grand penthouse overlooking their beloved Gulf. To design and execute the transformation, the couple retained Vogue Interiors’ Leslie Gebert, Allied Member, ASID.

“As is often the case with older beachfront residences, this was a very challenging remodeling project,” said Gebert. “While the existing architectural style certainly reflected the state-of-the art designs from over 20 years ago, it did not provide the flowing, open ambiance that today’s homebuyers prefer. Our challenge was to open the space up without making structural changes or raising the ceiling height, to make the home wheelchair accessible, and to make it lighter and brighter. By working with Kathy Guyitt of Golden Remodeling, Inc., we were able to remove the non-structural columns that defined the entry to a screened lanai, enclose the lanai space, and incorporate it into the home’s living area. Having that additional space allowed us to expand the useable square footage of the interior and to repurpose other areas of the original floor plan.”

The impact of Gebert’s fresh, transitional design is apparent immediately upon entry to the home’s foyer that features a stunning coffered ceiling detail finished in a combination of pearlized soft cream, brown, and bronze tones. From the foyer, the eye is drawn across an elegantly furnished great room to a wall of floor to ceiling windows that provide a spectacular Gulf view. An engaging color palette includes neutral tones mixed with brown, gold and espresso tones mixed with pops of mirrored and metallic finishes. The original porcelain tile flooring has been replaced by a medium warm brown bamboo set on the diagonal to expand the space. That look conveys a casual elegance with numerous reflective surfaces that are in keeping with current design styles.

In keeping with the owners’ penchant for entertaining, Gebert completely renovated the home’s kitchen and island bar. Working around the building’s structural columns, she redesigned the island and perimeter work areas to incorporate light caramel toned cabinetry with chocolate glazing, Persa Gold granite countertops, and a cooktop with a glass surface, a microwave drawer, double oven, and side-by-side refrigerator-freezer. A farmer’s sink centered on the expansive island offers a captivating view of the Gulf. Four barstools line the island and encourage guests to share lighthearted interactions with the home’s host and hostess. Vertical structural beams on either end of the island have been encased to provide an elegant framed view of the kitchen. To satisfy the owners’ penchant for outdoor cooking, Gebert has included a Jenn-Air counter-mounted grill. The beautifully finished kitchen space includes a coffered ceiling detail with crown molding.

A long buffet framed by custom designed bookcases provides a transitional element between the kitchen and a reading area that previously functioned as a dining space. The new reading area includes an oversized chair and ottoman in a soft cream and golden taupe nubby woven fabric.

Gebert totally transformed the home’s great room by introducing new furnishings, a contemporary biofuel fireplace, a dry bar with a wine chiller and overhead wine racks, and an entertainment wall with a mica wall covering. The completely open space now has a panoramic water view and features a sofa in a soft, creamy herringbone pattern with metallic calf-skin decorative pillows. A reflective sofa table provides an appealing accent. Metallic leather recliners face an entertainment wall that includes a recessed area that hosts a large television, the fireplace, and the mica wall treatment. A large dark espresso cocktail table centers the space. The table includes spaces for storing bolsters that provide additional seating, as well as shelves for reading materials. The dry bar is finished with espresso-toned cabinetry that includes seeded glass fronts with an x-mullion detail. The great room’s area rug includes a high/low leaf pattern and the brown and taupe tones that served as the inspiration for the overall interior design.

Gebert and Golden Remodeling, Inc. undertook three engineering studies to gain the necessary approvals to remove the non-structural columns that defined the home’s original lanai and to incorporate the former lanai space in the new interior. Gebert used the additional air conditioned square footage to create an area with side by side chaises in front of a tall slider overlooking the Gulf and a formal dining area that offers a spectacular western view. The dining area includes a long table with espresso, saddle stitched, u-shaped pedestals and espresso framed chairs with a light cream metallic vinyl fabric. The vinyl fabric is especially useful when the owners are entertaining their young grandchildren. The dining table has been designed with hinges that allow the table space to be expanded or contracted as needed.

An elegant double French door opens to a master suite and study that offer a spectacular Gulf view. The study continues the bamboo flooring found in the living areas and includes a decorative desk with iron edge details. A commercial credenza, a chair from the home’s original interior design, and a leather recliner that offers a comfortable place for reading or taking in the view contribute to the study’s engaging ambiance.

The master bedroom has a more formal feeling and includes a palette that breaks away from the neutrals found elsewhere in the home and incorporates the blue tones of the Gulf, soft golds, espresso finishes, and silk plaid fabrics with gold accents. A custom designed soft beige velvet headboard plays against night stands with espresso frames and antiqued mirror fronts. A custom media cabinet houses components that serve both the great room and the master bedroom and features a mix of espresso and fruitwood finishes.

The new master bath reflects what is arguably the most dramatic transformation effected by Gebert’s new design. The relatively small space now includes light caramel toned cabinetry with chocolate glazing, glass and stone tile framed mirrors, his and her sinks, a fully enclosed steam shower, and an enlarged water closet with wheelchair access. The room’s Travertine flooring includes glass and stone tile accents that are carried into a Listello in the roll-in shower. The shower includes a glass enclosure and a Colonial Gold granite bench seat.

Gebert has also brought her unique sense of style into the home’s powder room. A bronze glass vessel sink, bronze plumbing fixtures, a decorative glass vanity cabinet with a granite top, and a diminutive storage chest with a decorative metallic front combine to create a look that offers astonishing visual appeal in a relatively small space.

Founded in 1979, Vogue Interiors has earned numerous national, regional and local awards, including three consecutive Aurora Awards, the highest award presented by the 12-state Southeast Builders Conference. From corporate offices at 24520 Production Circle in Bonita Springs, Florida, Vogue Interiors provides design services and model merchandising to residential and commercial clients in the United States and abroad. Visit Vogue Interiors online at vogueinteriors.com.

Vogue Interiors announced it has been selected to design and execute the interior of Stock Signature Homes’ 4,155 square feet, three or four-bedroom, four-and-a-half bath Windsor model residence at Treviso Bay. The Windsor’s flowing great room floor plan includes a formal dining room, study, a large gourmet island kitchen, an exercise room, an outdoor living area with a summer kitchen, fireplace, pool, and spa, a spacious master suite, and two two-car garages. Vogue’s Sheila Herrera, I.D.S. will be bringing a clean-lined look to the home with Asian influences. Because she has chosen to transform a bedroom off the outdoor kitchen into a club room, the model will live as a three-bedroom residence.

“The inspiration for this design came from oriental fabric selections available in Vogue’s Design Center,” said Herrera. “The color palette will include pale taupe backgrounds with plum, chartreuse, silver metallic, and aged mirror accents that will play against rich cappuccino and espresso wood tones. The flooring in the living areas will be light taupe porcelain tile with a modeled look. We’ll be using wood flooring in the study.”

Herrera is incorporating numerous ceiling details in her design, including a hexagonal coffer with an X detail and a metallic faux finish in the great room. Furnishings in the great room will include a very light, creamy taupe sofa, two side chairs with solid taupe fabric, a pair of benches with plum fabric that has a key design and frames with a silver metallic finish, a low, a straight-lined cocktail table with an antiqued mirror finish, clean-lined end tables, and an oriental sofa table with a dark finish. A sculpted area rug will have plum tones and include silk elements. Herrera has created a dark-toned built-in for the great room’s entertainment wall that will include flanking columns with sconces, glass shelving for displaying collectibles and blown-glass accessories, and a center console that will be set beneath the wall-mounted television. Lower cabinetry in each section of the wall unit will provide space for equipment storage. The back wall of the entertainment center will be finished with a metallic taupe and silver grass cloth that reflects the ceiling’s faux finished coffers.

Herrera will mix the cabinetry finishes in the Windsor’s kitchen with a counter height dark chocolate island base to compliment the great room’s entertainment center and a taupe tone on the perimeter. A 6” x 6” metallic pewter backsplash will line the entire perimeter and play against the room’s light granite countertops. The adjacent dinette will feature a cornice board that will wrap around a curved window and join a circular glass-topped table overlooking the outdoor living area.

The formal dining room will feature a large mirrored circular table with a silver metallic base. Six chairs with dark wood legs and a light, off-white oatmeal two-toned fabric with silver accent threads will contrast nicely with a dark toned built-in. The furniture pieces and built-in will play against sparkling faux finished walls. Another eye-catching ceiling detail will reflect the look established in the great room and include a scalloped effect at the corners.

A taupe Lambrequin cornice board at the window in the study will bring an Asian influence to the space. Dark taupe wood flooring will play against a lighter taupe, custom designed built-in. The room’s desk will have a medium toned wooden top and metal accents on the legs. A contemporized wing chair will serve as the desk chair. The study’s furnishings will also include an accent chair with a chocolate and taupe zebra pattern.

The Windsor’s fully-equipped exercise room will include an elliptical machine, recumbent bike, free weights, a yoga mat, jump rope, and a stability ball. The space will include a low pile carpet and open to the outdoor living area where the residents can enjoy a swim after their workout.

French doors will open to a comfortable club room situated off the outdoor kitchen. The space will include a floating dry bar as well as a wet bar with cabinetry and glass and beverage storage. Herrera will compliment the room’s coffered ceiling with a high molding detail and a band of plum-toned leather wallpaper with an embossed animal print that contrasts the lighter taupe walls. Furnishings will include a poker table with four caster chairs, two occasional chairs, and a television mounted above the bar.

In keeping with Naples’ hallmark outdoor lifestyle, Herrera has created an appealing outdoor living area that includes a marble deck, a summer kitchen, a fireplace, a cozy sitting area, and a pool and spa with iridescent waterline tiles. The kitchen will feature a beautiful wraparound counter height bar with a granite countertop and espresso-toned cabinetry.

The Windsor’s master suite will provide a spacious, comfortable retreat. A double door entry will open to a vestibule with an arched niche wall and a hallway leading to a bedroom with double French doors opening to the outdoor living area. A large sitting area will offer a view to the rear of the home. The bed’s headboard will be contoured to a mirror with a frame matching the headboard’s light taupe velvet upholstery. This unique look will be contrasted by an espresso finished dresser and mirrored nightstands with a silver finish. The frames of two contemporized wing chairs will also have an espresso finish. Herrera will complete the look with a large silver framed oriental mirror that will stand on the floor.

Rich, dark-toned his and her vanities will be featured in the master bath and play against creamy granite countertops with plum speckles. Silver lighting fixtures will compliment the bath’s silver metallic wallpaper and light neutral porcelain tile flooring. Highly reflective plum toned glass tiles with silver specs will provide an accent at the tub deck and on the shower walls.

Founded in 1979, Vogue Interiors has earned numerous national, regional and local awards, including three consecutive Aurora Awards, the highest award presented by the 12-state Southeast Builders Conference. From corporate offices at 24520 Production Circle in Bonita Springs, Florida, Vogue Interiors provides design services and model merchandising to residential and commercial clients in the United States and abroad. Visit Vogue Interiors online at vogueinteriors.com.