I’m so excited to feature the talented designers of J Design Group this week. They create the most beautiful and serene spaces with calming clean lines. These rooms bring the best of contemporary island style living.
This Key West dream house screams modern elegance and contemporary island sophistication, it is gorgeous! To see more images check it out here.
J Design Group is a premier interior design agency in Miami, Florida. View more of their stunning designs at www.jdesigngroup.com. Check out the design details of these spaces below.
Here’s some features of their latest project that will inspire you and your dream Key West home:
- Glass tiled floors, throughout certain areas of the home, as well as African Teak wood floors to add warmth to the space
- Sculptural surfaced walls for a fun and breathtaking statement
- Striking, cherry doors for a modern, cool vibe that just about anyone will adore
- Lighting fixtures tactically placed to help boost the structural wall designs
- Overall, a great modern-tropical feel to your home to make you feel extremely at peace!
About J Design Group
For 26 years, The J Design Group portfolio includes professional and entertaining decor for hotels, restaurants, financial institutions, corporate facilities, casinos and resorts all across the globe. For the last three years, they were awarded the Best of Houzz Award in Design and Client Satisfaction. J Design Group is also frequently featured in magazines like Eastern Home & Travel, Miami Home & Decor, Trends, Florida Designs, JW and many more. J Design Group has an extensive list of celebrity clients – among them NFL player Stephen Tulloch and MLB player Alex Gonzalez. Learn more about J Design Group.
Images Sources: J Design Group
The stunning Belle Mead Retreat in the heart of Franklin for House of Hope TN was designed by Chad James Group. The firm joined a group of interior designers to participate in a show house that benefits children’s charities in the area. The firm designed the powder room and foyer.
The powder room was reminiscent of a jewel box with a lowered ceiling and dark walls in Belle Meade Green” – homage to the historic Nashville color. The walls have a decorative finish in a contrasting color creating scalloped wainscoting panels with three dimensional styled egg and dart crown molding. The foyer was a nod to Chad’s European travels. The custom balusters are designed to have a unique connection between positive and negative space and are inspired by a New England primitive style table. The flat sawn spindles gave 1800’s character to the modern farmhouse. The entryway commode highlights under tones of masculinity.