Designer Kriston Raybon installed beams and tongue-in-groove ceilings in the family room to reinforce the home’s new coastal feel.
Tangerine and softest aqua create a light-filled feeling in the living room.
A pop of yellow in the new dining room.
The wall color is Window Pane by Sherwin Williams, “barely a blue-green, but it feels like the sky and the sea,” says designer Kristin Raybon.
Creamy green and blue Sea Pearl quartzite sparked the home’s design scheme.
The breakfast area is cottagey without the clichés.
Another view of the dining room.
Siesta Key Residence: Contemporary West Indies
The Schimberg Group Inc.
This house defines the Spirit of Sarasota for two reasons: 1. Sarasota’s greatest treasures are its beaches and island atmosphere. This building evokes the richness of island architecture from inside to out, connecting its residents to the environment. It uses tropical materials and architectural details with windows throughout to always remind the homeowner where they live in Sarasota. 2. The Sarasota School of Architecture represents concepts of passive cooling, large overhangs, straight lines and light colors. All of these components are integrated into the final design in a contemporary way to relate to that school of thought and the essense of the Sarasota School.
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