Reinventing Palm Beach Style
With classical symmetry, the mansard roof, and oval courtyard herald elegant Regency architecture. Yet inside, Les Ensembliers blended contemporary art, Chinese inspired porcelains and dramatic moldings worthy of the 19th-Century.
The Rengency style house evoques the oppulent beginnings of Palm Beach, with its palace-worthy sixteen-foot high ceilings and a wealth of interior architectural details:
plaster moldings forming cornices, friezes, columns, and others spandrels. The presence of history is manifested all the way to the back of the residence, a vestige of one of Henry Phipps's properties and today classified as a heritage element.
"We kept the essence of the house while adding a contemporary tone through a careful mix of classic and modern styles."
To give the space a contemporary feel and somewhat lighten the weight of history, Les Ensembliers provided a counterbalance to the overabundance of tropical colours that define traditional Palm Beach interior design.
This dominant monochrome canvas made it possible to highlight certain furniture pieces and contemporary artworks and bring a touch of modernity into a classic environment.
"If you want a house that smells like a holiday all the time, bring the Palm Beach style inside!"
The exterior features the same elegant lines, combing an imposing stone table
with ceramic vases, candles and glass decorations.
Les Ensembliers carried the palette - crisps neutrals brightened by bursts of terracotta, coral, and plum - throughout the
entire home and repeated patterns and furniture silhouettes from room to room to create a unified aesthetic.
The Palm Beach style makes you escape from the ordinary and create set-ups from another world!
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