A Suite Retreat
Natural light floods the primary suite, highlighting the beautiful details of this farmhouse oasis. Inside the primary suite, you’ll find details that derive from natural elements such as Belgian linen and wooly alpaca. The vaulted ceilings are accentuated by an A-frame beam detail, providing a dark contrast to the light and bright aesthetic.
The centerpiece of the suite is the four-post bed frame. The aluminum canopy and velvet headboard bring a modern twist on a traditional classic. At the touch of a button, motorized shades can create peaceful sleeping conditions.
On either side of the bed are two chests in a cream faux shagreen, providing plenty of storage with its three-drawer case floating between two acrylic panels.
I love throwing in an unconventional statement pieces somewhere throughout the space! At the foot of is a bench with unexpected hoof detailing that adds an element of surprise to this relaxing retreat.
Underfoot is a loom-knotted rug handcrafted in India. This area rug features an intriguing cut pile and loop combination that adds distinctive texture, natural beauty, and understated elegance to the room.
In the corner…
is a cozy spot complete with an upholstered wing chair crafted with performance faux leather. Nestled into the armchair is a luxuriously soft and plush gobi sheepskin pillow.
Adorning the drink table is one of my favorite vases, the V Clovis S Lynx Vase. It looks great anywhere you place it! Hanging above is wall art reminiscent of the shores of New Smyrna Beach only 15 miles away from the property.
The Primary Bathroom
The primary bathroom displays accents of white oak, creating an atmosphere of tranquility.
The polished water-jet marble laid in a chevron pattern is an inlay between the wall-to-wall floating vanities.
The freestanding soaking tub…
is tucked away in a quiet sanctuary of its own. The back wall consists of floor-to-ceiling zellige tiles that form an ombre of hue.
The weathered, hand-glazed tile is a show-stopping appearance of depth, texture, and unique beauty that traces back to its Moroccan roots.
is a light and airy space, constructed with a large glass partition providing a view of the outside shower.
The Outdoor Shower
Creeping fig crawls up the walls of the exterior courtyard producing a serene and organic atmosphere.
Photography by Alyssa Rosenheck