A Chic Outdoor Escape in Old Naples

This outdoor oasis gives the green light to alfresco accessorizing. Here are tips to create your own whimsical garden getaway

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Alfresco Outdoor Oasis in Old Naples. Photo by Lori Hamilton

Mixing it Up

Liegeois paired vintage seating upholstered in green and gray Fortuny fabric with more modern pieces, like this oval bamboo coffee table. 

Brick by Brick

The Chicago brick flooring laid in a herringbone pattern was original to the home. Liegeois allowed it to take center stage, instead of covering it with an outdoor rug.

Ode to Organics 

To embrace the outdoors, Liegeois used lamps reminiscent of mangroves, shell-clad accessories, and a nest made from old vines foraged from the property. 

Pillows by Christian Lacroix offer pops of color. “The non matching element is what gives the room the whimsy we were after,” Liegeois notes

Fabulous Florals 

Pillows by Christian Lacroix offer pops of color. “The non matching element is what gives the room the whimsy we were after,” Liegeois notes.

For maximum durability and weather resistance, Liegeois chose an all-marble table for entertaining and dining

Gather ‘Round

For maximum durability and weather resistance, Liegeois chose an all-marble table for entertaining and dining.

Liegeois installed overlays by Acurio Lattice and faux grenery from Bee Art to add texture and dimension “We wanted an English conservatory feeing,” she says. 1Liegeois installed overlays by Acurio Lattice and faux grenery from Bee Art to add texture and dimension “We wanted an English conservatory feeing,” she says

Layered Looks

Liegeois installed overlays by Acurio Lattice and faux grenery from Bee Art to add texture and dimension “We wanted an English conservatory feeing,” she says.   

Liegeois says garden seats are always a good choice, “both as side tables and an extra seat, if needed.

Have a Seat 

Liegeois says garden seats are always a good choice, “both as side tables and an extra seat, if needed.”

Story Credits:

Design by Judith Liegeois

Text by Kristen Desmond LeFevre

Photography by Lori Hamilton

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