Mid-century gem updated

Remodeling ideas transform a 1950s Davis Island home into a mid-century gem


A captivating circular painting of a young boy by Carolina Cleere resides on one wall of the dining room.

A flying figure sculpture by Gasparilla winner Steven Olszewski brings character to this home.

Despite its narrow footprint, this master bathroom offers an oversized shower and a double vanity.



The gleaming white tone of the cabinetry, countertops and backsplash keep this remodeled kitchen fresh and clean.

The various pieces of wall art hanging on the walls adds pleasing pops of color to the dining space in this home.

The original carport was transformed into an eclectic media room that features an accent wall covered in painted fiberboard forms that create a textured effect.



The rectangular saltwater pool features a sun shelf and is surrounded by inviting lounge chairs and an outdoor dining table.

This homeowner’s own artwork hangs in the house, such as this painting in the hallway leading to the master suite, as well as the oil painting hanging in the living room.

A pair of Jonathan Adler chairs sits between the LED fireplace insert and custom Lucite table.

This master suite renovation also included a new makeup area and a large closet to house plenty of shoes and clothing.



A pair of handmade wood lattice panels was added to the entrance of this media room in order to minimize the large opening.

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