The language of shapes, patterns and repetition creates a harmonious, peaceful environment, one of relaxation and safe harbor in this Naples Bay getaway.
The tranquil colors of water and sky permeate the design. Wood beams and a horizontal band of raffia just below the clerestory windows help ground the space. Circles, squares and triangular shapes repeat throughout the spaces giving pattern and rhythm to the design.
The back of the house opens to the east, flooding the rooms with golden morning light and making the deck and pool a shady retreat from the heat and glare of the tropical afternoon sun.
Raffia panels in the tray ceiling recall the same material from other adjacent spaces. The backsplash is a basketweave pattern of sea glass punctuated with white onyx dots.
Inspired by the base of the dining room table, we designed a custom moulding for the ceiling. Linked rectangular shapes reference stability and groundedness.
The hand-painted pattern above the ceiling light fixture that reflects the wall covering draws the eye up the wall and into the circular shape which is a universal symbol of sacred energy and infinity.