Earthy Tones Ground Model Condo Trio In Naples

One Condominium Brings A World Of Sophisticated Serenity To The Chic Bustle Of Downtown Naples

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One could argue that for interior designer Renee Gaddis the third time is a charm. After all, this is the most recent in a trio of model homes that she has completed in the luxurious Naples Square residential towers located in the heart of downtown Naples. “From the first unit to this one, it’s been fun to see what homeowners are looking for with respect to design,” she says. “It’s like we have a track record now.”

Located in south Naples, not far from 5th Avenue’s trendy boutiques and restaurants, this clean and crisp, quiet and calm condominium with open living spaces speaks for itself. “Most of our clients are not here year-round,” Gaddis says. “They want a downtown feel — not overly coastal themed — a simple, yet sophisticated home they can unlock and is ready-to-go.”

White painted walls, natural furnishings and cerused oak flooring style the interiors of this 3,000-square-foot residence that integrates the dining, living and kitchen areas into one open great room. “White is the new trend,” Gaddis says. “Clean and crisp, with white walls matched to minimal trim … it instantly makes a home feel airy and light.”

Earthy tones create focal points and add touches of warmth throughout. “I wanted to give the eye a welcoming place to rest,” the designer says. Gaddis chose various wall coverings and natural materials, and layered them in neutral sand, stone, and driftwood hues. The neutrals read cooler in the main living areas and warmer in the private spaces.

Still, texture reigns in the details. In the living area, the console is faced in leather, and the linen sectional is accented with a casual mix of smooth-pile velvet and soft, nubby chenille pillows. “The rounded armchairs are also upholstered in a textured weave,” Gaddis says. “I like to call them ‘cuddle’ chairs as they wrap around you.”

For the kitchen, she utilized existing finishes, but opted to do a custom drywall hood. The choice softens the culinary space. On one side, grass cloth wall covering with nail head trim detail provides the backdrop in a sitting area, where a pair of wall sconces flanks a contemporary art piece above an upholstered bench. Gaddis placed the seating in the kitchen niche to offer a cozy spot to enjoy that first morning coffee. In the adjacent dining area, linen slip-covered chairs comfortably seat guests around a wire-brushed teak and iron table that expands to accommodate family and friends.

“Warmer toned materials like the hemp throw and shams style the master bedroom,” Gaddis says. “I also brought in gilt finishes in the hardware and chandelier.” The designer modified the master bath by adding metallic wall covering and a large, framed mirror strategically perched behind the vessel tub.

“I really enjoy seeing the evolution of our spec condos in the Naples Square tower,” Gaddis says. “It was smooth sailing with this one. I can’t wait for the next one.”

Story Credits:

Interior Design: Renee Gaddis, Renee Gaddis Interiors, Naples, FL

Architecture: Matt Kragh, MHK Architecture, Naples, FL

Developer: Anthony Solomon, Ronto Group, Naples, FL

Builder: Melvin Engel, BCBE Construction, LLC, Naples, FL

Landscape Architecture: Christian Andrea, Architectural Land Design, Inc., Naples, FL

Photography: Sean Murphy, Neptune Beach, FL

Text: Charlotte Safavi

Open to see Interior Design Sources:

foyer

Consoles – Sunpan, High Point, NC

Light fixtures – Hudson Valley, Wappingers Falls, NY

living area

Sofa and lounge chair – Bernhardt Furniture, Hickory, NC

Cocktail table – Brownstone Furniture, High Point, NC

Occasional table – Gabby, Pelham, AL

Floor lamps – Visual Comfort & Co., Houston, TX

Cabinetry – Theodore Alexander, High Point, NC

Drapery fabric – Nobilis, Jerry Pair & Assoc., Hollywood, FL

Area rug – Carpet Source of Winter Park, Winter Park, FL

dining area

Dining table – Brownstone Furniture, High Point, NC

Dining chairs – Curations Limited, New York, NY

kitchen

Cabinetry and islands – Fusion Industries, Naples, FL

Countertops – Silestone, Fusion Industries, Naples, FL

Backsplash – Walker Zanger, Los Angeles, CA

Counter stools – Brownstone Furniture, High Point, NC

Light pendants above island – Lighting First, Naples, FL

Hood – Custom designed by Renee Gaddis Interiors, Naples, FL

Artwork – Leftbank Art, La Mirada, CA

Wall covering – Phillip Jeffries, High Point, NC

master bath

Vanity – Fusion Industries, Naples, FL

Countertops – Silestone, Fusion Industries,

Naples, FL

Framed mirror – Custom designed by Renee Gaddis Interiors, Naples, FL

Wall covering – Phillip Jeffries, High Point, NC

Artwork – Bliss Studio, AmericasMart, Atlanta, GA

White accent table – Jamie Young Co., Gardena, CA

Shower enclosure – BCBE Construction, LLC, Naples, FL

Flooring – DalTile, West Palm Beach, FL

master bedroom

Bed, chair and cabinet – Bernhardt Furniture, Hickory, NC

Throw – Amity Home, Renee Gaddis Interiors, Naples, FL

Lamps and chandelier – Visual Comfort & Co., Houston, TX

Mirror above bed – Jamie Young Co., Gardena, CA

Throw on chair – West Elm, Tampa, FL

Drapery fabric – Hodsoll + McKenzie, Jeffrey Michaels

Showroom, Hollywood, FL

Area rug – Dash & Albert, Annie Selke, Lenox, MA

throughout

Flooring – Shaw Floors, BCBE Construction, LLC,

Naples, FL

 

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