This luxurious well-appointed residence is the ultimate city retreat.
Beautiful finishes, lighting and materials were all carefully selected to create a gorgeous hotel-like get away.
The result is a fresh contemporary Asian interior that is a little bit glamorous and a little bit fun; where spectacular furniture and art work together to bring the space to life.
Clean and minimal architecture create the perfect backdrop for this organic statement chandelier.
We used some green accent colors to reduce stress and soothe the mind.
The exclusive Sansara building of 17 exclusive residences was complete in downtown Sarasota.
Located at the edge of historic Burns Court, the site is within walking distance to local restaurants, Marina Jacks, downtown’s Main Street and Palm Avenue as well as the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens.
My clients moved permanently from Pennsylvania and from a single family home decided to downsize and get for themselves the convenience of living downtown and be able to walk anywhere.
They purchased this stunning condo on the 3rd floor with a patio all around their condo.
The bed and most of the custom furniture were purchased at Soft Square Sarasota, and shipped from Italy. The clients had a condo in Sarasota before, so we used some of their existing furniture, carefully selected to match the design feel that they wanted.
Soft contemporary with an Asian touch, because their travel is focus often on the asian continent.
If you’ve ever been inside a spa, you know that scents play a major role in the experience. From lavender to eucalyptus, jasmine to mint, each scent evokes a certain emotional response of peace, restfulness or healing.
Candles are the most obvious choice when it comes to incorporating scents in a space. They also double as an additional light source in the room.
The guest bedrooms are simple and functional with desks and all the comfort to welcome family and friends!
The outdoor is spectacular.
Large patio all around the condo with concrete planters and modern furniture with a zen pool view and bay view from Marina Jack.