Red Fish Village Model Homes in Santa Rosa Beach; Interior Design by Cara McBroom

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I furnished three model homes for Red Fish Village.  Each had its own distictive style, designed to appeal to three different demographics expected to vacation in the area.  One model had a casual, cottage feel to it.  One was more modern and sleek , and the other was warmer and more traditional, with rustic and masculine attributes.  I have yet to fully photograph these units, but here is a sampling of each design:

coastal master

This is the Master Bedroom of the unit I named “Coastal Chic”.  The room was designed in a way that the only wall for a bed had a large window in the center of it.  I solved this problem by making a custom bolster to sit in the window, instead of a headboard.  I did a soft grassweave roman shade in the window.  Swing-arm lamps not only clear up space on the nightstands for books or alarm clocks, but they also come in handy when reading at night.  I sewed red glass beads onto the hem of the flat sheet as an inexpensive way to “jazz-up” the bedding.  This target demographic was an avid bird-watcher, hence the choice of art and the small telescope. 

coastal guest

This is the guest bedroom in my “Coastal Chic” unit.  I love the juxtaposition of the soft, plush & refined damask fabric, with the textured headboard and pleated jute bedskirt.

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This is the Master Bedroom of my modern unit.  Again, the large window in the middle of our bed wall posed a design delemma.  Not only was the window quite large, but it was also off-center.  I solved this issue by creating a wall of creamy white sheers.  The sheers mask the fact that the window is off-center.  They also filter the light beautifully and soften the room a great deal.  I also chose a bed that had an open slat and open posts & canopy so that the light would filter through the bed.  I did not want the bed to seem like it was blocking the view or hindering the light in any way.  This gives the bed a floating appearance, without it seeming out-of-place.

rustic master

This is the Master Bedroom of the rustic, earthy model unit I designed at Red Fish. 

***My work for Red Fish was recently mentioned in an article for the Piedmont Review!  The writer made a visit to the Emerald Coast and stayed in my “Coastal Chic” unit at Red Fish.!  You can read the entire article by clicking here: http://www.piedmontreview.com/page33.htm

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Thank-you for visiting my site!  Please contact me if you need any design help: cara@lovelaceinteriors.com

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