Contemporary Condo With Ocean Views

To make this condo in Miami feel more light and airy, the KIS Interior Design team opened the floor plan and introduced stunning pendant fixtures and recessed lighting. A neutral color palette ensures that the space feels clean and contemporary, while graphic artwork adds interest and personality.

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March 23, 2017

Photo By: Barry Grossman

Photo By: Barry Grossman

Photo By: Barry Grossman

Photo By: Barry Grossman

Photo By: Barry Grossman

Photo By: Barry Grossman

Photo By: Barry Grossman

Photo By: Barry Grossman

Photo By: Barry Grossman

Photo By: Barry Grossman

Photo By: Barry Grossman

Photo By: Barry Grossman

Photo By: Barry Grossman

Photo By: Barry Grossman

Photo By: Barry Grossman

Photo By: Barry Grossman

Photo By: Barry Grossman

Photo By: Barry Grossman

Photo By: Barry Grossman

Photo By: Barry Grossman

Photo By: Barry Grossman

Show-Stopping Elevator Entry

To ensure that this apartment's private elevator entry looked cohesive with the rest of the art-filled home, the designers used geometric light fixtures to create a sculptural vignette. The result is one stylish space that easily flows into the next.

Modern Foyer With Photograph

Wanting to camouflage the front and powder room doors, the designers covered the foyer walls with articulated wood panels. A large photograph hangs over the console table as a playful nod to the beach outside. 

Gallery-Style Walls

For a homeowner with a passion for collecting art, clean, neutral walls become a gallery for showing off bold works. The foyer's sleek, geometric console table fits the modern aesthetic and doesn't overpower the photograph hanging overhead. 

Open-Concept Kitchen

The original layout of this Florida apartment separated the dining and kitchen areas, making the home feel dark and cramped. By removing some of the walls, the ocean views can now be enjoyed from the dining table, the barstools in the kitchen and the large living room.

Dining Room With Southwestern Touch

In this petite dining area, a circular dining table is a wise choice, seating up to six with cozy intimacy. The wall art by Miami artist, Latin for Glory, is printed on plexiglass; the colors tie in with the home's coastal location, while adding a subtle Southwestern feel. 

Living Room With Pops of Red

A large, custom-made sofa provides plenty of seating for a family who loves to watch movies together. Leather ottomans double as coffee tables, while two bright red armchairs add a snap of color.

Stylish Yet Kid-Friendly Seating

This stylish living room is surprisingly kid-friendly with an easy-to-clean synthetic shag rug and furniture with soft, cushioned corners. The linear panels in the ceiling perform the neat trick of leading the eye out to the sweeping water views.

Yellow Accents and Artwork

To show off the brilliant colors in the large artwork overhead, this living room keeps an overall neutral color scheme with a few bright accents, like the yellow pillows. The designers chose matte black for the pendant to give it a more sculptural feel, which ties the space together. 

Geometric Details

In the corner, a patterned accent pillow picks up the bold colors used throughout the room while also complementing the shape of the chairs. The blue ocean is a dramatic backdrop for the space.

Built-In Storage

This living room's built-in entertainment center offers both open and hidden storage options. The television's position in the center of the unit helps it recede into the background when not in use.

Ballet Portrait Meets Telescope

One of the striking elements of this living room is its play with contrast and bold colors: black and white in the portrait of a ballerina, and then fire engine red and blue in the chairs and ocean.

Private Balcony With Ocean Views

Opening the sliding glass doors leads to the private balcony. Here, aqua wall panels are a stylish nod to the gorgeous ocean setting on display.

Purple Art Deco Master Bedroom

The decor in the master bedroom was selected to create a peaceful retreat that highlights the grand ocean views. Cooler tones contribute to the sense of serenity; a silk lilac wallcovering has a faint iridescent effect that changes with the natural light.

Balcony With Glass Railing

A railing made of glass keeps the ocean panorama on full display from the owners' second balcony. Twin leather armchairs are a relaxed place to take in the setting any time of day.

Large Mirror and Headboard

A large mirror went behind the headboard and was paired with mirrored night stands to reflect light and create more depth in the somewhat small space.

Walk-In Closet With Barn Door

A barn-style sliding door can be a smart choice when floor space is at a premium. Here, an opaque panel hides away a spacious walk-in closet.

Modern Master Bathroom

In this handsome master bathroom bathroom, beige walls bring out the warm tones in the wood vanity. White countertops and a bathtub add a crisp touch.

Contemporary Guest Room

Pull back the sheer curtains of this chic guest bedroom and reveal sweeping ocean views. The blue rug echoes the setting even with the windows hidden.

Bedroom Showcases Sandy Neutrals

The sunlight filtering in through sheer curtains and the ocean blue rug has a blissful, calming effect in this bedroom. At the same time, linens in neutral hues also evoke thoughts of the beach just outside. 

Patterned Wall and Closet

Closet doors hide shelves as well as a dresser, thus keeping the look of this bedroom clean and minimal. A subtle patterned accent wall provides the perfect dose of visual interest.

Graphic Guest Bathroom

A small-scale graphic wallpaper means this guest bathroom needs no other decoration. The floating wood vanity adds a welcome note of warmth.

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