After Hurricane Irma destroyed a couple’s winter home in the Florida Keys, Armina Kasprowicz of Armina Interiors stepped in to transform the outdated estate. The house was originally designed with a mix of Tuscan and French Provincial influences, but Kasprowicz thought that a fresher, lighter interior would better complement the coastal environment and improve the clients’ ability to entertain. Reigning in the design with rich neutrals and custom furnishings, the designer crafted a space that was easy to live in and stylistically inspired. Read on to discover the serene property.

  • Dining room with blue and green wallpaper with glass bulb chandelier

    For the dining room, the client craved a space that would serve for more formal entertaining. Kasprowicz selected a calming, striated wallcovering from Phillip Jeffries in keeping with the coastal theme; a round wood table with cut-out panels from Theodore Alexander is set below a bubble chandelier. The chairs surrounding the table are also from Theodore Alexander.

    Photo by Martin Vecchio Photography


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December 30, 2019

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