In the dining room, Schumacher's Feather Bloom sisal wallpaper by Celerie Kemble "acts like a breather," Howard says. He hung a pair of lanterns by Circa Lighting above the homeowners' existing Hickory Chair table and chairs. "They feel less formal than a chandelier." The 18th-century prints are by English naturalist Mark Catesby.
Howard jazzed up the living room's fireplace with Mosaic House Moroccan tiles. "They're the star of the room," he says. He trimmed the skirt of the homeowners' sofa with Schumacher's raffia Tikki Tape. The coffee table and stool are vintage.
The Palecek rattan pendant in the kitchen feels "old-school Florida," Howard notes; the appliances are from Viking, the Lee Industries stools are in fabrics by Perennials and Link Outdoor and the window shades are in a Peter Dunham Textiles linen.
"This windowless powder room under the stairs feels hidden away from everything," says Howard." Total excuse to go big!" It's covered in three Schumacher wallpapers: Samovar and Topkapi on the walls and Taj Trellis on the ceiling.
The master bedroom's wallpaper is by Phillip Jeffries, and the ceiling light is by Coleen & Company.
For the guest bedroom, the window shade in Quadrille's Java Grande was repurposed from panels that the family had in their New York apartment. The custom table, skirted with a Duralee cotton duck, is a favorite hide-and-seek spot for the kids.
Homeowner Amy Wacaster in the bunk room with her kids, Harris and Gigi; the beds and slide are custom, and the flooring is engineered wood tile from Mirth Studio.
The porch's dining area features wicker armchairs and a teak table from Kingsley-Bate.
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This article originally appeared in the November 2016 issue of Miescisko.