Stock Development’s Quail West community has long been acknowledged for its elegant yet comfortable lifestyle. Breathtaking vistas, towering trees, emerald-green fairways and glistening lakes convey a sense of peace that belies the community’s proximity to Southwest Florida’s beaches, dining and shopping. The interior created by Vogue Interiors’ Debbie DeMaria, ASID, IDS and Leslie Gebert, ASID in Stock Homes’ Majorca Grande model is perfectly suited to Quail West’s retreat like ambiance. Their bright, clean-lined transitional design conveys an engaging, comfortable feeling that leaves visitors wanting to see more.
Situated in Quail West’s Newlands neighborhood that offers a collection of 3,000 to 5,000 square feet residences on estate-sized home sites priced from the high $600’s, the Majorca Grande is a 4,207 square feet four-bedroom plus study, four-and-a-half bath home that includes formal living and dining rooms, a wet bar, a gourmet island kitchen, a spacious breakfast area and family room, an outdoor living area with two covered lanais, an outdoor fireplace, a summer kitchen, pool and spa, and a three-car garage. The fully-furnished Majorca Grande is offered at $1,597,070 and base-priced at $894,990.
“Newlands is one of Quail West’s most prestigious neighborhoods and offers exceptional views,” said DeMaria. “Visitors entering the Majorca Grande are treated to unobstructed views of the pool, golf course and a lake. The view inspired us to create a soothing interior that will ensure the residents fully enjoy the beautiful setting. Our color palette includes corals, different shades of melons and apricots, and some gold as accents against bronzes and natural grasses. The primary background is ecru, a champagne-like color with beige and taupe influences. The palette has a comfortable feeling and plays well against the chiseled-edge marble flooring. We’ve created additional warmth with clean-lined furnishings that have rolled arms and curves rather than stark, straight line designs. The look invites people to enjoy a conversation in front of the living room fireplace while taking in the view.”
A metallic earthen stone inlay in the foyer’s marble floor sets the space off and offers a welcoming note. An arched niche wall with a large art piece and a coquina shell chandelier suspended from a coffered ceiling provide additional warmth. The foyer opens to a formal living room with a tall ceiling that includes a 3 x 3 coffer treatment with a golden-toned cork inlay. The same inlay is used in arched niches that frame a pre-cast fireplace. Vogue’s furniture mix includes a sofa with natural linen fabric accented by a shimmering pewter yarn and velvet-like side chairs with nail head accents. The patterns of a branch chandelier are reflected in the cocktail table’s antiqued mirror top. Pocketing sliders that showcase the home’s spectacular view are framed by salmon and gold drapery panels with beaded trim. Two arches separate the living room from a wet bar with a wine chiller, maple cabinetry with a walnut finish and a neutral granite countertop.
The dining room features a coffered ceiling with a natural cane grass inlay that is also found in a niche wall that showcases a circular pattern art mirror with distressed silver wood frames. The mirror is set above a console finished in crocodile-patterned deep-brown faux leather with pewter-toned pulls. Lamps with a circular pattern imitate the mirror’s design. A chandelier with mirror and tortoise inlays is suspended above a walnut veneer dining table surrounded by Greek-style cream-toned textured linen chairs with a fretwork detail.
A study off the living room features a coffered ceiling and medium-toned hardwood flooring. Vogue has included a floating partner’s desk with fluted legs and a marble top. A top in the same marble is set on espresso-toned cabinets that serve as a base for open glass shelving framed by espresso trim against a caramel-toned grass cloth background. A black, tan and grey skin rug and a pair of caramel-toned leather chairs with espresso frames complete the look.
The kitchen’s outer island is equipped with a stainless steel sink and a raised bar that hosts three cream-toned barstools. Maple cabinetry with a glazed walnut finish and granite countertops play against a pewter-colored metal tile backsplash that compliments GE Monogram series stainless steel appliances. A circular caramel-toned wood-topped table brings a comfortable feeling to the adjacent dinette and is surrounded by four chairs with natural linen upholstery and large nail head trim.
The Majorca Grande’s comfortable ambiance continues in the family room where Vogue has created a mix of teal blue, terracotta, orange, tangerine, cocoa and caramel tones. A niche wall with a terracotta finish hosts a basket weave media cabinet with a limed-wood finish and a stone top. The cabinet plays against a sofa with caramel herringbone fabric, a circular cocktail table with a stone top, and highly textured neutral arm chairs with studs that offer additional texture. The furnishings are grouped over a tangerine, cocoa and taupe spaghetti area rug.
Pocketing sliders open the family room to an outdoor living area with furnishings finished in bright blue and tangerine fabrics. A covered sitting area in front of a fireplace is adjacent to an outdoor kitchen equipped with a sink, grill, refrigerator, raised countertop bar and granite countertops. A dining area is included in a second covered space and faces a large deck, pool and spa that overlook golf course and water views.
Vogue has used one of the guest bedrooms as a lady’s den finished in pewter and yellow-gold evening dusk colors. Furnishings include a flip-top desk that can be used as a console or a writing desk and an étagère for displaying collected items. The room’s pewter-toned wallpaper is detailed with an off-white hourglass pattern and conveys a light, simple look. A bathroom also functions as the pool bath.
The master bedroom’s darker taupe, khaki, cream and bronze colors play against persimmon accents and espresso finished furniture pieces. Matching nightstands are detailed with mirrored drawer fronts with circular pulls. A faux reptile leather contemporary winged headboard and a chaise overlooking the outdoors continue Vogue’s use of curved lines. The master bath is finished with a pewter and caramel textured wallpaper that serves as a background for his and her espresso-toned vanities with an armoire cabinet, marble countertops and rectangular mirrors with glass tile surrounds. An oval tub has a marble deck that matches the floor covering. An arched entry leading to a double shower is mimicked by window treatments with arched corners.
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. Located at 24520 Production Circle in Bonita Springs, 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.
A Stock Development community, Quail West is located east of Interstate 75, one mile south of Bonita Beach Road. Take Exit 116 (Bonita Beach Road) east. Turn right on Bonita Grande Drive and proceed to the sales center. Call 239.592.1010. Visit Quail West online at www.QuailWest.com.