Boca Raton-based interior designer Javier Fernandez of Transitional Designs, Inc. presented an elegant space titled “Design with Bite” at the charity-supporting 2020 Kips Bay Decorator Show House in Palm Beach, Florida.
Fernandez united a vestibule, hallway, and powder room through the use of perfectly curated graphic contemporary art pieces and a striking black and white color scheme.
Dark wood trim accents stunning mosaics and textured wall coverings, with hallways designs done in three-dimensional suede inserts. Fine details like a pony hair console table and white pouf ottomans add extra luxurious glamour to the area.
To complete his space at this year’s show house, Fernandez worked with a variety of exceptional vendors and artisans, including Wilsonart, Bernhardt Furniture Global Views/ Studio A Home, District 95 Woodworking, ONENESS, Arte Wallcoverings, Emtek Products, Circa Lighting, Pioneer Linens, Arteriors, Dea Palm Beach, Tritter Feefer Home Collection, Coe & Co Photography Gallery, Benjamin Moore, Kohler, Fabricut, Courtisan, Labrazel, V Rugs and Home, Cosentino United States, Willoughby Construction, and more.
“It all begins with an idea then you gather a group that possess the skill and materials to bring your dream to life,” Fernandez shared on Instagram following the show’s reveal. “I really would like to that every person and vendor that supported me during this incredible experience!”
Click here to view a full lookbook of photos from the Kips Bay Decorator Show House Palm Beach 2020.
Guests will be able to visit the Show House, located at 260 Palmetto Lane now through March 1, 2020. General admission tickets are available for purchase on the Kips Bay website or at the door. All proceeds from the event will benefit the great work of the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club and Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County.
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