Palm Beach Villa had a romantic design renovation thanks to Mark D. Sikes. Take a closer look at this fine architecture home and discover perfection.
Mark D. Sikes said that “To make it function for a younger family but still maintain its authenticity,”. He, side by side with the architect Mark Marsh did this building transformation. “The whole goal,” Marsh says, “was to respect the period. That was very important to the owners.”
We begin this tour around Palm Beach Villa with the poolside. Marsh was responsible for designing the new cabana with terra-cotta tile roof, but also pilasters that combine perfectly with the 1920s architecture. Inside there is a mural by Joseph Steiert.
The guest room features an Amanda Lindroth bed and an armoire by Wicker Living. Besides that, there is a floor lamp from the Sikes collection for Hudson Valley Lighting, the mirror is from Brass Scale Antiques. The wallcovering is by Quadrille.
The bathroom has a light all around with arched doors open onto a balcony. In this room we can see a marble pedestal that belongs to Kofski Antique, and a Chaddock Chair from Jasper fabric.
The family room (first image), features a Fermoie stripe on every part, the wall, the furnishings and the window treatment. Begining with the lighting, they belong to Visual Comfort, then the ottomans are in a Peter Dunham paisley.
In this Palm Beach Villa home there is a special room for breakfast that reunites Chaddock chairs and a table from Hickory Chair. The chandelier belongs to Paul Ferrante, last the art piece on the wall is by Iksel.
MODERN HISTORICAL HOME
The living room design has a modern classic touch that is completed with a Mark D. Sikes collection and armchairs by Mr. & Mrs. Howard. The suspension lamp and wall sconces belong to Formations.
When Marsh did the renovation of this house, he included a tower with a crenellated roof, and an amazing, also romantic Juliet balcony.
Credits to: Elle Decor