Rock the House: A black-and-white photo of The Doors by Henry Diltz hangs over a Brazilian wood chest by Environment in the foyer.
Mellow Out: Poplar wood paneling wraps a master bedroom (one of two in the house). The Tufenkian rug is from Tibet and the landscape painting is from Rebekah Jacob Gallery.
Spa Treatment: Gray slate tiles run floor to ceiling and offer a serene backdrop for deep spa tubs in both master baths.
Neutral Territory: An antique Oushak rug is a natural backdrop for a pair of linen chairs from Baker Furniture. The wall flanked by bookcases is finished in Venetian plaster.
Box Set: Triangular decks offset the three-story home’s symmetrical stacked design.
High Heaven: A rooftop dining area offers unfettered views of the Intracoastal Waterway.
Up In The Air: A rustic, barnwood ceiling and antique Oushak and Moroccan rugs offset the kitchen’s cool, industrial sensibility, defined by a concrete island and countertops and Visual Comfort pendant lighting.
Seat Yourself: A vibrant banquette cozies up the third-floor penthouse. The woven stools are by Baker Furniture, the table by Hickory Chair, the banquette seating by local artisan Matt Decell, and the Kantha quilt from Celadon.