Here’s another repost. These photos are from June 2011. We featured two adjacent homes that share a connected lanai. The separate houses belong to two sisters. Interior designer Frenjick Quesada worked on both projects. Unfortunately we only have photos from one house.
I wore a printed and colourful K&Company dress. My shoes are plastic. Got them from Melissa. I designed my earrings. They’re made of blue sappires and diamonds but no, I didn’t set them like Princess Diana’s and Kate’s ring. This is the lanai of the first house. A small fence separates the two houses but they remain accessible by a gate. Visually the space appears as one.
The first house was designed in a more classical way, with a muted palette. Frenjick used machuca tiles to create the appearance of a rug. That’s the side entrance which leads to the lanai.
Hallway leading to the bedrooms.
The master bed uses one of my favourite styles of Daphne Linens. I love this set because of the texture of the ruching. Frenjick lined the walls with wallpaper.
The daughter’s bedroom. She wanted something glam and inspired by Audrey Hepburn.
Country-style kitchen. The island counter was once a simple desk which they upcycled.
See the island counter? Brilliant. I was wearing a striped dress from Muji with a faux coral necklace and wedge Melissas.
Frenjick gave this living room a pale palette using classic furniture.