It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The garden is renowned for its irreplaceable collection of rare varieties of tropical fruits, palms, shrubs and vines. Many a new species was introduced here.
Charlotte Dunagan Design Group created my favorite space. It was serene and sophisticated, relaxed yet elegant!
The powder room looked very New York City with its green venetian plaster walls and Art Deco inspired tile design,created by Kim Hernandez and Lois Holbrook Russo of The Gallery Interiors
Library/Den by the girls of The Gallery Interiors as well
Many of the designers created multiple spaces, maybe that's why it was so uniform in feel?
There are 3 cottages on the property; The Fairchild Sweeney House, The Sausage Tree Cottage and The Barbour Cottage. All quaint and unique, but with a similar voice.
Maite Granda Interior Design recalls at once a vintage yet updated Floridian look
Peeples Rionda Interiors created a space I could have moved right into.
Emilio Robba Paris
Donna Moss Designs painted a spectacular scene made to look like a Chinese screen on the cabinets above the washer/dryer in the laundry room.
Jorge Castillo Design
Sarah Z Interrors
The girls from The Gallery Interiors once again. I loved this space. A great respite from the heat under a dramatic Banyan tree.
I was surprised and delighted to see Mabley Handler's work outside of the Hamptons in their signature blue and white color scheme.
Stunning fretwork and original trim everywhere.
What a beautiful way to idle away the day!
This 11 acre property is considered Miami's secret garden. Imagine that.