[Decor] Florida’s high-end style


The great room of the Tampa, Florida, home of Allison and Robby Adams, which was decorated by Nate Berkus. The ottoman, fire screen, and Tommi Parzinger-inspired lacquer cabinet are by Berkus, the Directoire-style armchair is 19th century, the side chairs are by Poul Kjaerholm, the bronze table is by Studio JRM, and the sconces are vintage; the walls are sheathed in travertine, and the floor is white-oak herringbone. A drawing by Michael Hainey rests on the cabinet, and the painting is by José María Yturralde.

A 1950s Italian lamp on a Paul Laszlo console table in the living room; the chairs are by Maison Jansen, and the curtains are of a Brunschwig & Fils silk.

Midcentury lounge chairs by Borge Mogensen flank a Franco Albini cane ottoman in the cabana; the floor lamp is from Mecox Gardens, the chaise is vintage, the folding-glass wall is by NanaWall, and the 1955 concrete chair is by Willy Guhl.

The dining table is by Hélène Aumont, and the chairs are by Mattaliano; the curtains are of a Great Plains silk.

The pool area.

In the study, a cocktail table by Richard Shapiro, a circa-1940 René Drouet stool, and a photograph by Joseph La Piana; Berkus designed the paneling, and the floor is tiled in saddle leather.

Stools by BDDW and light fixtures by Historical Materialism in the kitchen; the marble wall tiles are by Ann Sacks, and the counters are teak.

An Urban Archaeology tub, a Waterworks tub filler, and an early-20th-century French steel bookcase in the master bath; the 1940s chandelier is by Lobmeyr, and the walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Paper White.

The vanity mirrors in the master bath are by Berkus, and the chair is by Madeline Stuart.

A canopy bed by Niermann Weeks in Adelaide’s room is draped in a Perennials fabric, and the bedding is by Leontine Linens; the chandelier is 1960s Italian, and the silk wall panels are by de Gournay.

The Gustavian settee in the master bedroom is from Dienst + Dotter, Berkus designed the bed, the sheets are by Olatz, and the coverlet is by Leontine Linens; the silk wall covering is by de Gournay, and the lithograph is by Ellsworth Kelly.

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