Beasley & Henley Interior Design Sizzles at Tiburon

Beasley & Henley Interior Design Sizzles at Tiburon

Beasley & Henley design of WCI Communities condo garners much attention.

 

Naples—April 2012—Interior design heavy-hitters Beasley & Henley Interior Design have installed their latest model for WCI Communities, the Marquesa Royale, in the Tiburon development in Naples, Florida.

 

When Beasley & Henley installs a model, people tend to pay attention — and the Marquesa Royale was no exception.  During the three days when furnishings were being installed in this 2950-square foot luxury condo, people were stopping by in droves.

 

“From the very first day we started to install, we had dozens of people walking in,” said Beasley & Henley designer Dan Killgore. “Even before all the furniture was in place, we had BHID fans looking around, saying hello and admiring what they saw!”

Beasley & Henley, with offices in Naples and Winter Park, is known for its sophisticated, livable, and inspiring interiors.  Their much-loved designs help homes sell quickly and inspire individual homeowners to commission Beasley & Henley to create custom designs for their own residences.

 

The designers’ Marquesa Royale interiors feature a color palette of warm grays, tone-on-tone white and creamy neutrals, and pops of bright, sunny gold to appeal to American and European buyers.

 

According to Beasley & Henley principal designer Troy Beasley, “We want the buyers at Tiburon to think, ‘This place is fabulous. I could easily spend time here.’ ”

The design is sophisticated and soothing with an eclectic mix of modern abstract art, clean-lined furnishings, reproduced antiques, whimsical accent pieces, and oversized prints on throw pillows and draperies.

 

The three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath Marquesa is a luxury condo in the prestigious community next to the Ritz-Carleton Golf Resort in Naples.

 

For additional information on the design of this model, or for custom designs, please contact Stephanie Henley at 239.774.1005.

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