Soft Tones Pair With Rich Woods in Hallandale Beach

With Clean Lines And A Monochromatic Palette, This Hallandale Beach Home Steers Away From Formality Warming Its Contemporary Tones With Soft Textiles And Rich Woods

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Striking a balance  between luxury and relatability isn’t always easy to accomplish. This homeowner’s dream home falls somewhere between the two. She was looking for contemporary comfortable elegance — a vision that embodies a monochromatic color scheme that is still inviting and warm. Having searched for many of the home’s embellishments herself, the owner worked very closely with interior designers Laila Colvin and Rafaela Simoes to bring her vision to life. Situated in Hallandale Beach, Fla., in the upscale neighborhood of Golden Isles, the 6,712-square-foot waterfront home features an open-air plan heightened by soaring 24-foot ceilings, and accented with stone, wood and marble elements.

In the great room’s living area, pops of cherry red highlight a striking palette of gray, white and black. The plush, red-velvet “Mad King” armchair by famed designer Marcel Wanders catches the eye immediately — it’s also one of the owner’s favorite pieces. The gray velvet, U-shape modular sofa from Poliform lends an informal look atop an intriguing abstract area rug. “This type of rug is just like a work of art on the floor,” Simoes says. Rich, chocolate wood panels blanket the ceiling to add warmth, while three Moooi hanging pendants provide a stand-alone focal point, especially since there isn’t a competing fixture in the nearby dining area.

The transition to the dining area is seamless. Here, a contemporary glass table is lined with 10 sophisticated, black leather-clad chairs edged with tan color piping. “Growing up we had a separate formal dining room and that space was never used,” the owner says. “For this home, I wanted the floor plan to be open.”

Just off the entry, the wine room is a well-lit space fashioned with a grid-like bottle display. “We used the same wood panels inside the wine room that we used in the great room.” Colvin says. “We were trying to be cohesive with the main living spaces because they are all connected.”

In the clean-lined kitchen, Calacatta marble tops both the large island and a unique backsplash that extends up to the ceiling. Stylish, oversized counter chairs are dressed in metallic silver vinyl, each seating two comfortably. ”The chairs are very elegant,” Simoes says. “They are a really fun creation.”

A tufted white headboard, an abstract area rug and gauzy draperies add texture to the airy master bedroom. Two bedside tables illuminated by large light fixtures flank a bed backed by an upholstered wall in gray chenille that adds warmth. “We wanted to mix a lot of textures but keep the same neutral colors,” Simoes says. “So, we kept it simple.”

In the luxurious master bath, a shower that doubles as a steam bath features a relaxing wavy chaise. “It’s wild with all the waves — I was looking for something that would really pop,” the owner says. Beyond, a custom marble wall designed by 2id Interiors creates a dramatic backdrop for a spa-like step-up tub.

Successful in fulfilling the owner’s vision, this contemporary home is a product of a 14-month collaboration between a client with a dream and a design duo with the expertise to translate it into a functionally elegant home.

Story Credits: 

Interior Design

Laila Colvin And Rafaela Simoes, 2id Interiors, LLC, Miami, FL

Architecture

Mitch Kunik, Affiniti Architects, Boca Raton, FL

Landscape Architecture

Rob Pushkin,Reliable Property Services, North Miami, FL

Photography

Emilio Collavino, Miami Beach, FL

Text By

Alexandra Roland

Open to see Interior Design Sources:

Living Area

Sofas and red chair – Poliform USA, MDD,

Miami, FL

Fabric – A-Pholstery & Decorative Fabrics, Inc., Hallandale Beach, FL

Accent pillow fabrics and vase – 2iD Interiors, Miami, FL

Cocktail table – Roberta Schilling Collection, Miami, FL

Accent table – One of a Kind, MDD, Miami, FL

Marble wall – Neolith, Omicron,

Pompano Beach, FL

Shelving – Dekton, Coral Gables, FL

Pendant – Moooi, New York, NY

Window treatment – Phabrica, Miami, FL

Ceiling treatment – Natural Wood Floors Studio, Miami, FL

Area rug – Amir Rug Gallery, Aventura, FL

Flooring – Italgres, Miami, FL

Dining Area/Stairway

Table – Boga Furniture, Doral, FL

Chairs – Habitus, Miami, FL

Stairway and glass railings – Pacific Glass,

Doral, FL

Floral arrangement – Ana Roma Floral Design, Fort Lauderdale, FL

Vases – One of a Kind, MDD, Miami, FL

Stone wall – Haifa Limestone,

West Palm Beach, FL

Entry/Wine Room

Cabinetry and shelving – Mirror & Closets of Florida, Inc.,

Hollywood, FL

Display holders – Wine Cellar USA, Miami, FL

Floral arrangement – Ana Roma

Floral Design, Fort Lauderdale, FL

Chandelier – Shakuff Lighting,

Brooklyn, NY

Kitchen

Backsplash and countertops – Neolith, Omicron, Pompano Beach, FL

Cabinetry – Custom designed and fabricated by Interior Elementz,

Delray Beach, FL

Barstools – V&V Furniture Design, Hollywood, FL

Fabric – Arabel Fabrics,

North Miami Beach, FL

Pendants – The Light Switch,

Miami, FL

Recessed lighting – LBU Lighting, North Miami Beach, FL

Flooring – Italgres, Miami, FL

Master Bedroom

Bed, headboard and wall

fabric – A-Pholstery & Decorative Fabrics, Inc., Hallandale Beach, FL

Frame and bedside tables – Anamar Cabinets, Inc., Hialeah, FL

Draperies – Custom designed and fabricated by Phabrica,

Hollywood, FL

Fabric – Arabel Fabrics,

North Miami Beach, FL

Pendants – Pablo Lighting,

San Francisco, CA

Area rug – Amir Rug Gallery,

Aventura, FL

Flooring – Natural Wood Floors Studio, Miami, FL

Master Bath

Shower – Mirror and Closets of Florida, Hollywood, FL

Showerhead – Hansgrohe USA, Alpharetta, GA

Shower tiles and flooring – Ceramic Matrix, Miami, FL

Tub – European Sink Outlet,

Pompano Beach, FL

Marble wall – Custom designed by

2id Interiors, Miami, FL

Fabricated by Br Stone Marble & Granite, Pompano Beach, FL

Vanities – Custom designed and fabricated by Interior Elementz,

Delray Beach, FL

Countertops – Omicron,

Pompano Beach, FL

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