From there, the New York-based creator created a “Mindfulness Retreat” out of the show home estate’s Master Study. The second floor loft space features a spectacular custom bookcase filled with Japanese art and accessories, and plenty of cozy furniture to sink into.
“Floating just above the Great Room, the space surrounds visitors with a gentle evocation of the senses, fusing Japanese furnishings with modern decorative elements,” said a Kips Bay press release. ‘The color palette is a soothing high-gloss ‘Symphony Blue’ by Benjamin Moore balanced with subtle blues, greens and silver in the Gracie ‘Koi Pond’ wallcovering stretching across the ceiling. A meditation bed sits at the center, calling visitors to ease the tension of public daily life with peaceful reflection.”
To furnish and decorate this space, Magness also worked with a variety of other artists and vendors, including Sacco Carpet, GRACIE Studio, Rogers General Contracting, SHIBUI Japanese Antiques, Fabricut, RoseHyll Studio, Nancy Lorenz Studio, Douglas C. Wright Architects, Maki Yamamoto Textile Studio, Bridget Vizoso Flowers, Stone Gallery Marble & Granite, Nathan Orsman, R & Company, AVO, and more.
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The Kips Bay Decorator Show House Palm Beach, located at 260 Palmetto Lane, will be open now through March 1, 2020. General admission tickets are available for purchase on the event’s website or at the door. All of the proceeds earned during the event will go to fund the work of the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club and Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County.
Stay tuned for more news coverage of the Kips Bay Decorator Show House, coming soon to House Tipster Industry.