For a home in an oceanfront midcentury modern apartment tower, interior designer Gil Walsh looked to the deep sea for design inspiration, but through a decidedly contemporary lens.
The deep lavender color and pink hues in this interior design project served as the anchor to the composition, with accents of oceanic aquas, blues, and greens.
Walls and floors remain strictly beachy neutral, providing a seamless transition from the soothing interior to the vast sea view beyond.
Urban sophistication meets seaside ease in this sleek Miami Beach aerie. Designed by Gil Walsh of Palm Beach, the modern palette is drawn from a bold graphic painting by William Finlayson, combining rich orchid shades with cool turquoise.
Grounded by a serene envelope of creams and whites, the buildout features luxe textiles from Brunschwig & Fils and Manuel Canovas, along with dramatic furnishings that include a sensational vintage Karl Springer Lucite coffee table.
5 bathrooms (3 full baths/2 powder rooms)
3,500 square feet
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