Penthouse Panache

After the wedding we headed over to Naples for a quality couple of days with my parents. I felt very lucky that we were able to take some time to enjoy one another away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.   We enjoyed beach walks, delicious meals and at the generosity of our friends we were able to check out the model units in their current development, Moraya Bay.  The units were stunning and fresh. From the views, to the attention to detail, to the personality that was given to the space, I was seriously impressed. The design of this unit was done by W Design out of Cleveland. 

The living room done in stunning neutrals. Behind the sofa is a banquet with custom wine built-ins and wood paneled detailing.

The dining area is off the living room with a TV/cozy nook behind me. I really am digging the color of the kitchen cabinet. The bold, turquoise china cabinet really pops in the space and adds a little element of the unexpected.  Scott even commented on the chunky grass cloth wallcovering and getting his attention, well, it says a lot.

Pretty much was obsessed with this countertop detail.

Love the large scaled backsplash.

Okay where to begin. Upholstered walls with double nailhead detailing. Nightstands with formal hardware in a more casual wood. Ceiling. Splashes of chartreuse.

Just because I think you need an up close & personal with this trim detail.

Custom built-in. Fabulous hardware.

 This looks like a very freeing bathing experience.

Love the shape of this sink.

Powder Room.

Entry off the elevator. I love how they divided the space, yet kept the feeling very open and not at all dark or closed off.

Going back to the guest bedrooms there is this desk nook. It was a great way to keep the floor plan feeling open and not boxy.

LOVE the use of this bird wallpaper. Animals always add a sense of humor to interiors.

Apparently, the purple color palette was inspired by the colors found in a barnacle.  The ceiling mounted light fixtures are a great way to free up nightstand space. The grass cloth is great.

I liked how they did the grass cloth on the bed wall, but then integrated some more classic trim detail on this wall.

Seriously gorg tile.

The unbelievable horse painting above the dresser is done by our most talented friend, Heather.

Another one of Heather's beautiful and moody paintings.

A view from the top. We all left feeling very inspired by the decor, but also the amazing amenities that Moraya Bay had to offer. We were very grateful that we were able to spend sometime exploring the unit, but also soaking up the rays down on their beach.  All in all it was a wonderful trip!