Captiva design by Marvin

Advancement opens at



Captiva design by Marvin Advancement opens at Naples Reserve
of sea glass blues and greens versus grays and off-white backgrounds, white-washed oak flooring, wainscoting and white-painted tongue-and-groove ceilings convey an inviting seaside environment
The third single-family custom model home at Naples Reserve, the Captiva developed by Marvin Development, is now open in designer iStar's 688-acre water-centric neighborhood.

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Close to home: furniture

designers return to their roots

In your area sourced food has graced our table for several years, however exactly what about the table itself? Along with growing environmental issues about flying furniture around the globe comes an increasing demand for in your area produced furniture, ceramics and lighting, produced with homegrown products and influenced by neighboring landscapes to create an intriguing backstory.

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The fine art of living in a

gallery home

" Walking into a gallery that’s an echoed white room can be an intimidating experience, says Debra Finn. I wear t think it’s the best method to see new art danetti.

The atmosphere is really relaxed, says Debra. It’s our home, so if someone isn’t taken by a painting, they can wander off to another room or chat to us about the house it’s not everything about the art. However, if they do like a piece, it’s easier for them to see how it works in a real home rather of in a blank white space.

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