When a family in London bought a vacation home in South Beach, they turned to Decor Aid and were commissioned to convert their waterfront apartment into a space worthy of their primary residence.
When we got to the recently acquired space, we knew that the entire apartment undoubtedly needed renovation. Outdated fittings and dull wall paint decorated the living room. The kitchen was just as drab, with peeling paint on the cupboards and outdated appliances.
We started the project by demolishing the entire apartment and creating a clean slate for this modern, luxurious home. The stainless steel appliances in the kitchen were fitted with touch-latch cabinets. A white composite countertop gives the room an easy-to-clean option. ON The Tom Dixon chandelier gives the room a luxurious finish.
The view of the Port of Miami was one of the apartment’s most desirable features, so we picked backless bar stools and sheer pieces Clayton Gray, along with a flat section of Interior Define.
In order to emphasize the location of the apartment on the water, we placed high-gloss turquoise carpets in the master bedroom and living room. Desert sand furniture, see-through white curtains and a bespoke wooden media console complete the quiet, relaxing atmosphere of the apartment.