Theory Design features interior for Genova model at Esplanade Lake Club

Theory Design has completed the interior design for Seagate Development Group’s furnished Genova model – which is under contract at Esplanade Lake Club. Esplanade Lake Club is Fort Myers’ newest resort-lifestyle, gated community by Taylor Morrison. It is east of I-75, just one minute from Gulf Coast Town Center, a short drive from Southwest Florida International Airport and situated on a nearly 700-acre recreational lake. Theory Design also created the interiors for the furnished Santorini and Monaco models, both of which recently sold at Esplanade Lake Club. An architectural design by R.G. Designs is featured in all three model homes.

The furnished Genova model is 3,892 square feet of living space over four bedrooms plus a study, four-and-two-half baths, and a three-car garage. A global, modern concept reflects a world-travel style that is apparent in the art, fabrics, rugs and accessories. Examples are earthy colors with neutral backgrounds, particularly in

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Theory Design creating interior for Revana Model in Isola Bella at Talis Park

Theory Design announced it is creating the interior design for Seagate Development Group’s furnished Revana model that is under contract and under construction in the Isola Bella neighborhood at Talis Park. Isola Bella is an exclusive 4.5-acre enclave of the last 17 single-family waterfront homesites in magnificent Talis Park. Seagate’s furnished Monterey II model is under contract and under construction, while Seagate’s furnished Sonoma model is under contract and will break ground this month. Theory Design is also creating the interiors for both these models, with R.G. Designs featuring architectural design in all three model homes.

The two-story Revana model is 5,582 square feet under air – four bedrooms, four-and-three-half baths, and a two-car garage. With a California coastal, modern interior design, it opens to a two-story entry and grand foyers that lead to a wine room. The island kitchen, great room and dining area open to the outdoor living

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5 fresh interior design and home decor trends for 2021



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Singapore – Last year, we spent a lot more time in our homes than we planned to, thanks to the pandemic, but it made us realize that home is truly where the action happens. We sleep, eat, relax and now work in our homes, so they’d better be comfortable, set-up to suit our needs and be a reflection of our personalities.

Practical yet comfortable upgrades, multi-purpose furniture, designs that call to mind distant lands and expressions of joy are only some of the interior design and home decor trends that experts say will be buzzing this 2021.

Distant lands and global travel



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Image credits: This Moroccan-inspired layout will certainly soothe no-travel blues/Noelia Martinez Facebook

The pandemic has kept us home-bound, and it’s no secret that we long for a life of freedom, where we can travel and explore at our leisure. The

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