GLBT AMERICA Interior Theory Design creating interiors in Isola Bella

Theory Design creating interiors in Isola Bella

Fort Myers – While many would define coastal design as beach-inspired furnishings, shades of blue and green, and accents that draw in expansive water views, Theory Design’s Ruta Menaghlazi, Andrea Folcik and Emily Mastropietro are reimagining this popular Florida concept with variations of modernity. This vision is coming to fruition in Seagate Development Group’s Isola Bella enclave at Talis Park – the site of many upcoming two-story residences.

In essence, the leading interior design firm – along with Seagate, architect R.G. Designs and other key partners – are combining the luxury of Talis Park with the vertically streamlined Isola Bella to evoke calmness and comfort. It all starts with maximizing the shape of the homesite and capitalizing on minimalism and unobstructed views. This will be achieved with a neutral exterior color palette and simple details as well as an interior that will direct everyone’s attention to the main and outdoor living spaces – opened by 12-foot ceilings and wide windows. That holistic sense of design and an open-concept layout will be woven throughout the great room, kitchen and dining area. Each space is surrounded by a glass-enclosed walk-in wine room and leads to the outdoor living area with a full kitchen and dining area, custom pool and spa, and firepit. These inviting entertainment areas quite literally reflect on the water that is just beyond the covered lanai. The second story will offer a grand finale for these vertically focused spaces with retreat inspiration and versatility – a sundeck off a master suite, a master bath, flex space and more.

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