Beautiful Spaces That Will Inspire You to Redecorate

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Looking for home inspiration? Look no further; these rooms have fresh takes on interior trends. Curated from some of the hottest designers, you’ll find each of their own styles reflected in their work.

Tropical Retreat

This Palm Beach cottage sitting area is a casual and uncluttered oasis. Designed by Catherine Stewart of West Palm Beach’s Hamilton Furniture, the room brings the ocean environment to the interior with a mixed palette of turquoise, navy and white, mahogany side tables with cane shelving, glossy woodwork, white chenille upholstery and simple sisal rugs.

Catherine Stewart
265-Pool area

[photo credit] Andy Frame Photography

Pops of Color

Using a palette of creams and whites sparked with cool blues and hot corals, Palm Beach designer Gil Walsh combined formality and comfort for this regent Palm Beach living room. Exquisite millwork and gracious proportions define the space, which is truly the home’s heart. The dramatic simplicity of pairs, from lamps to chests to chairs to mirrors, further underscores the carefully considered touches.

Gil Walsh

Dining Room

[photo credit] Sargent Architectural Photography

Delicate Nature

Just outside this Southampton master bedroom is a wheat field. Designer Jennifer Garrigues of Palm Beach used that same countryside color for the glaze on the walls and married delicate stencil designs with the Anglo-Indian four-poster bed, large romantic rug, interesting artwork and textures. The finished product is a pale and serene escape with punches of color.

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[photo credit] Peter Rymwid

Understated Elegance

This warm dining room in a historic 1922 Mediterranean house in the heart of Palm Beach encourages guests to linger. The original tile details and pecky cypress ceiling provided New York-based designer Sherrill Canet with the color palette inspiration used on the custom furniture and in crystal accents and an antique rug. The Gracie panels add light and shimmer to the romantic space.

Sherrill Canet



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[photo credit] Sargent Architectural Photography

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