The pool adjoins a lazy river, which flows under the home. Lucas Lagoons created and executed the design for the pool, planters, and an elevated hot tub wrapped in limestone and artificial rock. Landscape architect Evan Bell from Ecoscapes in Key West put the finishing touches on the exterior with his landscape design.

Paradise Found in Key West Home

Nestled at the tail end of the Florida Keys, a sprawling vacation retreat is everything an outdoors-loving family envisioned
Minimalist and majestic at once, the Hypoluxo Island residence was customized from inception through construction and interior design down to the homeowner’s most detailed specifications. To the right of the pool, a freeform sculpture from Phillips Collection adds an organic touch to an otherwise symmetrical setup.

Hypoluxo Island Home is a Modern Marvel

A stellar team delivers minimalist style and cutting-edge innovation in a custom residence on Hypoluxo Island
A custom millwork wall in the living room became the backdrop for the family’s main entertainment center and a divider between the main living space and the private family wing. The room’s furniture is easy to rearrange into multiple seating areas, or one big grouping for a movie night.

Transitional Family Home Checks All the Boxes

Smart architecture and pragmatic design come together effortlessly in a Pinecrest home that’s parent-tested and kid-approved
Just off the dining room is one of the home’s multiple conversation areas. The furniture here reflects the colors prevalent in photographer Candida Höfer’s Convento San Francisco de Val. The entire tableau is lit by a Serge Mouille sculptural metal ceiling lamp.

Art is the Star in Contemporary Surfside Condo

Two Surfside condos become one spectacular residence, and a modern backdrop for a stellar grouping of contemporary art
A brown leather sofa is the grounding element in the front living room. The Moroccan rug was used to anchor the space and add texture. The fireplace was completely redesigned with black slate.

Vintage Charm Abounds in 1920s-Era Bungalow

Interior designer Pamela Harvey breathes new life into a 1920s bungalow in downtown St. Petersburg
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A large red sculpture from China was placed in front of the home for good luck. The homeowners commissioned gray tile steps, a brick surface for the driveway and bronze decorative shutters. “My husband loves plants and landscaping,” says designer and homeowner Carmen Alcaraz Gomes, “so he was involved with the selection of the lovely tropical trees.”

Interior Designer’s Home Goes Grand in Coral Gables

A meticulous renovation gives an interior designer and her husband the open and sophisticated house they’ve always wanted
Reynolds credits his senior associate designer and project manager, Alex Thommes, as integral when it came to sourcing the nearly three dozen varieties of palm trees found throughout the property. Some of the trees came from as far away as the Dominican Republic, while others came from Thommes’ own backyard.

Beachside Bungalow Brings Natural Balance in The Keys

Expert landscape architecture gives an Islamorada residence’s alfresco spaces the five-star treatment they deserve
In the outdoor dining room just off the grilling station and kitchen, the dining chairs placed around a live-edge teak table with powder-coated forged-iron legs are made of rope and teak. The teal color is brought into this space in the lively patterned rug.

Coastal Refinement in Venetian Bay

With its eye-friendly hues of coastal colors, a waterside home in Naples’ Venetian Bay is as smart as it is tranquil
The dining room doubles as Ceglia’s office when he’s in town. He custom-designed the walnut and stainless-steel table. The built-in bench allows for more seating when the couple entertains guests.

Out of the Box Design in South Beach

A designer’s own Miami Beach pied-à-terre mixes modern elegance with vintage vibes in multipurpose spaces bursting with personality
Designer Daniel Killgore chose a Julie Neill light fixture made up of tiny gold butterflies for its strong contrast to the white crocodile hide credenza. “I was looking for soft and feminine, and as soon as I saw this light, I knew we had to use it,” he says. “It’s a piece of art and really becomes the focal point.”

Posh Practicality Shines in Naples Family Vacation Home

Multiple generations feel right at home at a Naples house that doesn’t sacrifice comfort for style
The dining table and chairs are the result of the owners’ European buying trip. The fish-themed painting on the wall hails back to 1967 and was a gift from the artist.

Eclectic Meets Coastal Contemporary in Old Naples

Multiple influences create a masterful composition in an Old Naples home for two
The centerpiece of this area of the residence is a prism-like cube sculpture crafted by designer Oscar Glottman. As you move around the apartment the cube dissects the space while reflecting light. “The idea was an intervention of an architectural nature, more than a decorative one,” says Glottman.

Shadow and Light Make an Impression in Coconut Grove

Clever light trickery and other design ruses transform this apartment into a sophisticated residence with artistic details galore
A view into the living room from the dining room reveals another superior example of the homeowner’s art collection, a portrait by Chantal Joffe. The baby grand Steinway piano was the first purchase for the home.

Art Takes Center Stage in Palm Beach Regency Estate

A gregarious husband and wife with a world-class art collection enlist two seasoned design professionals to recast their estate as a home for lavish entertaining
Lighting around the pool deck, both functional and ambient, as well as features like the fire pit, make the area come alive at night.

Comfortable Coastal Luxury on Naples Bay

With the help of local suppliers, a gifted design team infuses a waterside spec home with Southwest Florida style, as well as details and amenities that nod to the good life
Kelly Wearstler wallpaper and a large wicker lighting fixture in the upstairs sitting room help create a cozy conversation area. The custom sofa is long enough to allow guests to sleep toe to toe, while the sculptural black sand coffee table provides movement and more visual interest to what Booth describes as “a tight little room.”

Modern Lines Meet Natural Elements in Alys Beach Home

A vacation home in Alys Beach provides a large Southern family with much-needed connection to nature
The two-story living room area is brought down to scale by the six-foot-high limestone fireplace mantel and the 13-foot curved metal sculpture that hangs above. The limestone brings the classical exterior elements of the home inside, while the sleek-lined furniture and delicate, orb-like lighting infuse the space with a cool, modern aesthetic. The ceiling detail flows beyond the glass wall to the outside, drawing the eye to the grand backyard.

Windermere Family Home Makes a Grand Statement

In Windermere, an estate’s formal demeanor belies its functionality as a true family home
Capiz shell chandeliers exude coastal élan above the dining room’s live-edge table. Behind it, a bar with art deco influences beckons guests for before-dinner cocktails or a nightcap. “We wanted the bar to feel sexy, so that at night, when everything’s dimmed down and the room takes over, you feel like you’re in a different place,” says Rodriguez.

Textiles and Texture Rule in Coral Gables Home

A homeowner taps a designer to deliver both functionality and aesthetic surprises for a family home in Coral Gables
Looking toward one of the doors that opens onto the water, the mid-century modern chair, covered in a Pierre Frey chenille, and the equally bright pouf reflect the colors in the piece of art over the fireplace. Above the console table, which has a top made of antique shagreen, hangs a mirror with crisp white discs dancing around its frame.

A “Jewel Box” of Color and Art on John’s Island

A vacation home in John’s Island fuses understated style with comfort, and ends up being everything a Maryland couple envisioned it could be
In the back of the home, Italian porcelain overhangs mimic the look of real wood, as do the aluminum slats. Made for entertaining, the outdoor Balinese rock-framed pool is surrounded by green lawn, enough dock space for the client’s yachts, and copious B&B Italia and Dedon conversation clusters. The sculpture, No Deck by Tony Cragg, is from the homeowner’s art collection.

Contemporary Miami Home is an Architectural Marvel

A Balinese-inspired residence on Miami Beach’s San Marino Island makes a jetsetter reconsider his geographical location
Designer Jennifer Sloan created a classic Florida- style enclosed porch with cane-backed furniture and white and palm-leaf printed upholstery.

Timeless Elegance Prevails in Historic Naples Home

A couple honors their legacy in Naples with a meticulous restoration of their family home