Every time I see this Naples vacation home designed by Summer Thornton my heart literally skips a beat. An eclectic mix of chinoiserie, pops of oranges and corals, and natural fiber elements are incorporated throughout the home, making you feel as if you could immediately kick off your shoes, slip on a maxi-dress (or kaftan if we’re getting specific) and have a poolside cocktail. In my opinion, there is nothing to not love about this house and Thornton makes chic look effortless!
P.S. I included a “Get The Look” segment at the bottom of this page and if you want to see more of this home you can visit here, here and Summer Thornton’s website. The images below are from all three of these sources.
Blue and orange accents, a rich mix of pattern play, framed bird prints and a woven area rug give this living room the ultimate causal chic feel.
I can’t decide what my favorite part about this powder room is: the mirror, the wallpaper, or the acrylic pedestal?
Serious kitchen envy right now. The brass hardware lends the room an extra dose of oomph and the chairs tie in with the warm tones echoed in the wood beams along the ceiling.
Dining al fresco done right. Multiple seating areas grace this indoor/outdoor area that is complete with a gourmet grilling station and poolside view.
A campaign style writing desk, leather benches, and ikat duvet lend a cozy, global feel to this bedroom.
It’s all in the details and the architectural addition of the arch to this bathroom is genius. It draws your eye to the center of the room and puts the soaking tub front and center.
Just a peek down this hallway and you know you’re in for a treat. Soft shades of coral and blue are a muted reflection of the color story of the rest of the house and make this bedroom a serene retreat.
This may be one of my favorite bathrooms of all time. The symmetry, the hardware, those mirrors, and of course the view through the double doors is to die for!
I have included a budget friendly version of this vignette below.
Fiddle Fig Plant // Lamps // Coral #1 // Coral #2 // Blue and White Porcelain Jars // Baskets // Console Table // Chinoiserie Panels
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