top of page

Spanish Home On the Canal

An older home by Florida standards was in dire need of some “love.”

A home with some much potential and character was the perfect inspiration for a rustic Spanish design. Positioned right on a canal in Siesta key is s second home for our clients.

We took inspiration from the home roots and our clients tastes. A blend of modern and vintage grounded by the character of Spanish influence.

Some walls and poorly positioned posts were removed to create a more open floor plan where we could.

We then began by updating the floors. While the Spanish tile was lovely-it was not in the best condition. A warm-colored flooring was laid that complimented the existing cedar beams. The kitchen saw a major remodel with freshly painted cabinets, sea pearl quartzite and an intricate tile design. We brought back in Terracota tile in a modern way that feels fresh.

We followed the path of the existing wood beams by adding a header and filling in sections to help the home architecture feel more complete.

Paint did wonders in this home. The creamy white walls softened the entire space.

A mix of vintage inspired furniture paired with some existing antiques lends itself to a feeling of nostalgic.

Rich colors and earth toned textiles ground the home along with leather and wood. The fireplaces both saw updates and are stunning focal points.

A found and repurposed cabinet found it’s home in the kitchen as a spice cabinet.

It feels like you’ve have been transported into another country when you enter this romantic home.



Project Gallery

bottom of page