September 22, 2014

Luxury Home + Design

GRAND OPENING


GO WITH THE FLOW

GO WITH THE FLOW

Interior designers Kim Collins and Alina Olinger of Collins & DuPont Interior Design created a cohesive design throughout the open floor plan of the home, brought to life by strong lines and contrasting dark woods with natural elements and a lighter, soothing color palette in the room’s fabrics. A built-in desk makes good use of space in what was formerly a breakfast nook.

 

TALL ORDER

TALL ORDER

Collins describes the living room as “simplicity at its best,” thanks to high ceilings accented by oversized stacked windows. The bronzina marble fireplace, far right, is one of the room’s most eye-catching features, as is its view of the surrounding Park Shore waterways.

 

FINE DINING

FINE DINING

The clean lines of the dining room are accented by an “art wall” with framed windows, a suspended ceiling and a metal, wire-brushed fixture imported from Holland.

 

DARK AND HANDSOME

DARK AND HANDSOME

The kitchen maintains a strong emphasis on geometry and symmetry with monochromatic dark wood tones contrasted with light granite countertops.

 

STONED DOWN

STONED DOWN

The floor plan in the bathroom was completely redesigned with high ceilings and accented by a serene color palette of warm cottons and soft sage. The split-vanity design utilizes a smooth stone soaking tub as the room’s focal point, anchored by a curved stone and mosaic glass wall with inset niches ideal for featured artwork.

 

INSIDE OUT

INSIDE OUT

The custom stuccoed fireplace serves double duty as both a privacy wall and the backdrop for a comfortably luxurious setting complemented by sleek furniture and a custom horizontal railing—all designed to accent the prime bay views.
 

Interior design Kim Collins and Alina Olinger, Collins & DuPont Interior Design

Builder J. DeAngelis

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