There are many top interior designers in Palm Beach homes in the United States. Often times, certain areas and certain neighborhoods maintain certain themes. Some areas have houses packed closely together and others have expansive plots of land.
One home I visited was absolutely beautiful. It’s as if the house was specifically designed for the owner. It turns out that the owner had used luxury home plans to create her ultimate domicile. Using these plans, she was able to search from hundreds of prepared plans from the comfort of her personal computer to find just the right design for her needs.
As it turns out, the design is a four bedroom, three and one half bathroom 4,300 square foot Mediterranean house plan. The house is expansive yet comfortable. Three of the bedrooms are on the second floor with a large guest room on the main floor. The master bedroom is huge with a beautiful bathroom. The room has a built in media console that, when closed, is completely hidden from view. One wall is made entirely of windows covered with electric blinds that manage to block out all of the light even on a sunny day. The bathroom has two sinks, separate toilet area, a large whirlpool bathtub and separate shower. Expansive cabinetry along the back wall of the bathroom provides and overwhelming amount of storage for linens and bathroom items.
The rest of the house is just as impressive. The other two bedrooms on the second floor are of equal size. A large bathroom sits between the two. One unique aspect is how the toilet area is separated from the rest of the bathroom by a door. She told me this was a customization she made to the luxury house plans she had purchased. It is quite clever because it allows more than one person to be using the bathroom features at one time. She created a small sitting area by foregoing the tub in favor of a small bench. It is the perfect arrangement for a kid’s or adult’s bathroom.
The most important room in the house – the kitchen – is custom designed for her. The countertops are raised just enough to accommodate her height. The island has its own sink, garbage disposal and cleverly designed hide-away built in food processor. When not in use, it lives beneath the granite surface only to rise up when needed. The same hide-away design is applied to all of the appliances in the room. She told me it was all included in the original plan.