If you want to combine clean lines, smooth textures, and modern details for a sophisticated, calm environment, then contemporary interior design is your solution. Senior Interior Designer Betsy Isackson displayed a perfect example of this design in this modern contemporary villa in Tequesta, Florida.
Isackson worked closely with a dream team, which included Village Architects and Affinity Construction, to bring this spectacular residence to life.
As you stroll up the beautiful driveway, which combines concrete tabby and artificial grass, you will stumble upon the front exterior of the residence. The front entrance displays a magnificent full-height double entry door, a perfect contemporary touch to this design. Upon entering, one is greeted with a warm and timeless feeling. A great, bold feature of this residence is the fireplace found after entering the foyer. This fireplace is double-sided and extends two stories high. The fireplace, made of large porcelain tile, portrays a black marble appearance carried into the kitchen.
The client loves to cook; therefore, designing around their wants and needs was essential The result included an abundance of counter space, a large galley sink, and a big and beautiful wine area that fell between the column fridge and freezer.
Continuing through this 7,847 sq. ft. residence, you will find five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a theater room, a man cave, an exercise room, and stunning cantilever stairs.
In addition to the interior features, the residence presents an incredible outdoor space. Due to the property’s specific location, the home features a three-point view of the Loxahatchee River. The outdoor living area also included a putting green, pool, and fireplace.
When asked her opinion on the overall project, Senior Interior Designer Betsy Isackson stated, “It was a team effort in developing and designing this house. The collaboration between the designer, architect, and builder was incredible, making bringing this project to fruition such a flawless act.”
As for the details of the house, Isackson claims the overall warm and timeless feel of the residence, along with the open concept design of the living room, dining room, and kitchen areas, to be her favorite part of this project.
Written By: Caitlin Kader