15.997 Billeder af stue med gulv af porcelænsfliser
Love the color on the walls and the furnitures. Would like it to be white wooden floors instead. Nice touch with the big plant. - webuser_35391508
This contemporary beauty features a 3D porcelain tile wall with the TV and propane fireplace built in. The glass shelves are clear, starfire glass so they appear blue instead of green.
Living room with built-in custom cabinets and ethanol-fuel vertical fireplace to the left of the entertainment cabinet. Floor is made of porcelain tile that looks like wood. Porcelain tile conducts heat more efficiently than wood.
A motorized panel lifts the wall out of view to reveal the 65 inch TV built in above the fireplace. Speakers are lowered from the ceiling at the same time. This photo shows the TV and speakers exposed.
Dettaglio parete realizzata con pittura acrilca dalle sfumature dall'antracite al grigio chiaro seguendo una cartella NCS
Dettaglio cotrosoffitto con illuminazione a faretti perimetrale e lucciole al centro
Feature in: Luxe Magazine Miami & South Florida Luxury Magazine
If visitors to Robyn and Allan Webb’s one-bedroom Miami apartment expect the typical all-white Miami aesthetic, they’ll be pleasantly surprised upon stepping inside. There, bold theatrical colors, like a black textured wallcovering and bright teal sofa, mix with funky patterns,
such as a black-and-white striped chair, to create a space that exudes charm. In fact, it’s the wife’s style that initially inspired the design for the home on the 20th floor of a Brickell Key high-rise. “As soon as I saw her with a green leather jacket draped across her shoulders, I knew we would be doing something chic that was nothing like the typical all- white modern Miami aesthetic,” says designer Maite Granda of Robyn’s ensemble the first time they met. The Webbs, who often vacation in Paris, also had a clear vision for their new Miami digs: They wanted it to exude their own modern interpretation of French decor.
“We wanted a home that was luxurious and beautiful,”
says Robyn, noting they were downsizing from a four-story residence in Alexandria, Virginia. “But it also had to be functional.”
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Elegance awaits! Fire, palm trees and lots of seating. White and bright, aqua accents mixed with neutral tones. A home to relax and catch up on your favorite novel. Design by Krista Watterworth Alterman. Photos by Troy Campbell. Krista Watterworth Design Studio, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.