Gulfshore Homes adds Interior Design Division

Steven Watt, President of the highly respected luxury home builder, Gulfshore Homes, is excited to announce it recently added another branch to its deeply rooted corporate tree – an Interior Design division.

 “We have always been the liaison between our homeowners and the interior design team we partnered with. Over the years we have taken a more active role in consulting with our clients on their interior design choices,” stated Matthew Shull, executive vice president of Gulfshore Homes. “Adding an Interior Design division to the company was a natural evolution of our business model and makes it substantially more convenient for the client.”

Watt also announced that Brooke Meyer has been selected as the division’s Principal Interior Designer.

The Boca Raton, Florida, native has a Master of Science Degree from Florida State University in Interior Design. For nearly four years she was a design assistant with an award-winning residential firm

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Romanza Interior Design brings customized collaboration to life at luxury 4th Avenue North estate

Within a private residence recently completed by London Bay Homes on 4th Avenue North in Naples, Romanza Interior Design’s Senior Design Director Jennifer Stevens collaborated with the client to create a dream home designed with entertaining in mind, full of thoughtful details.

Inspired by London Bay Homes’ Director of Design Michael Faulhaber’s architectural approach, Stevens’ interior design blends the homeowner’s preferences of contemporary furnishings with transitional backgrounds, throughout the three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath home.

“We blended the two styles in harmony to create elegant spaces and beautiful moments throughout the home,” said Stevens.

Linen white walls serve as a beautifully neutral backdrop for rich materials, such as the straight laid, wide plank European oak flooring in a warm grayed tone and the handmade wallcoverings used throughout.

Contributing to the home’s comfortable sense and contemporary style, a two-story fireplace creates a dramatic architectural feature in the great room complimented by generously scaled,

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Interior Design Powerhouse Kathy Kuo Is All About the Career Pivot

Glamour’s Women to Watch series spotlights women who are redefining what it means to be an influencer. Yes, they have “personal brands” and rapidly growing social followings—but in some way, each of these women is pushing the boundaries of what an influencer should look like, act like, or stand for. Their very presence is broadening the scope, which gives them the space to have actual influence: These women are changing conversations, dictating trends, and creating style. And they’re just getting started.

Every day more than a million people log in to Design Home, an interior design game that allows users to decorate virtual homes using real-life pieces from brands like Joybird, West Elm, and Williams-Sonoma. And if you’re one them, you might feel a slight thrill when you hear the name Kathy Kuo Home.

“People definitely recognize me now,” Kuo tells me. The interior and industrial designer opened her

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Designer, Home Improvement TV Insider Mark Brunetz Pulls Curtain Back On Obsession With Interior Design On Scandalabra: The Ugly Truth Behind Beautiful Spaces Podcast | News

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 7, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Emmy Award-winning designer, television host and author Mark Brunetz was right on the (stylish) ground floor of the early days of home improvement TV programming – from the “hay glued on the walls” heard around the TLC-verse to today’s obsession with married couples pulling off hometown makeovers in Laurel, Mississippi and Waco, TX.

He’s seen and heard a lot after 30 years in the industry, and now he’s pulling back the proverbial curtain on interior design with the launch of Scandalabra: The Ugly Truth Behind Beautiful Spaces podcast. The up front and personal format reveals behind-the-scenes secrets and never-before-heard opinions from some of the most provocative and fascinating people in and around the design community.

Hosted by Brunetz, co-host of Clean House on the Style Network, Scandalabra is the first podcast to critically examine the world of interior design. Curious, skeptical, and

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