Sky Blue Heaven by Pineapples, Palms, Etc.
A Florida Oasis
What could be dreamier than a perfect ocean view? A modern coastal sea-and-sky palette inspired this light & fresh design by the Pineapples, Palms, Etc team, which was featured in the July 2017 issue of Traditional Home magazine. Created for a former CEO of Dunkin Donuts and his family, this home has all the sweetest things in life, including multiple areas for entertaining and relaxing, ample guest bedrooms for overnight guests, and of course the incredible seaside views of Juno Beach, Florida. According to the Pineapple Girls, “our clients (who are now friends!) wanted a beachy palette that reflected the beautiful blues of the ocean. Major renovations were in order, and our design team was up to the challenge.”
The Pineapple Girls design team created the decor for this spectacular oceanfront home based around a palette of blues that echo the colors of the sky & surf that surround it. Layers of patterned textiles and wallcovering pop against a soothing background of white and neutrals, creating an oasis that’s just right for the whole family (all eleven of them!). Read on for more designer details and product information, and of course, more gorgeous photo inspiration!
Photos by Brantley Photograhy
Designer Notes: A Space Reimagined
“[Homeowners] Jack and Sharon lived in Palm Beach for years, but in a house that didn’t have water views,” says Lisa Peterson, who with design partner Melanie Hayes was in charge of interior design on this project.
“They understood that getting the look they wanted in their new property would require a full renovation that included repositioning the staircase and the arrangement of the entire house.”
“Our clients named their dream house ‘Ocean’s Eleven’ because with their two children, the children’s spouses, and five grandchildren, 11 people regularly enjoy their home.”
“The client was a former CEO of Dunkin Donuts, so we added a framed burlap coffee bag to the beverage station in the crisp, white kitchen with shiplapped walls.”