Thursday, March 12, 2015

A Tropical-Hued Florida Guest House

As you know, I am a huge fan of Palm Beach-based Kemble Interiors, and so naturally I fell in love with this darling guest house they decorated in Jupiter, Florida. Keithley Miller, the lead designer, amped up the color to give this retreat a distinctly Florida feel. The images below are from the March issue of Coastal Living.

Bright white trim against pale lemon stucco amplifies decorative elements, such as an eyebrow roofline and ornamental trelliswork. Architecture is by Charles Stick.

 Walls are painted Tuscan Coral by Benjamin Moore, and the pecky cypress ceiling is treated with a lime burn. 

The wicker and bamboo bed is custom. Bedding is Island Ikat by Quadrille China Seas, and the lamps are by Palecek.  

The fabulous pagoda headboards can by purchased through Serena & Lily. The grasscloth wallcovering is Japanese Paperweave by Phillip Jeffries. Bedding is Ginza by Quadrille China Seas. 

The children's room accommodates as many as six people with two queen beds and a set of railroad-style bunk beds built into the wall. 

Isn't this guest house such fun with all of its cheerful, tropical colors and accents?  For more information, please pick up a copy of the March issue of Coastal Living

5 comments:

  1. So Florida, so Coastal Living. I absolutely could not live with this myself, just way too much going on, but it works on the coast.

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  2. I love the pagoda headboards!! Kemble Interiors are dream designers - love!!
    xo. Leslie
    Segreto Finishes

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  3. LOVE this, makes me happy looking at these cheerful interiors!

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