Kips Bay Palm Beach

Kips Bay Palm Beach provides a glimpse into the South Florida lifestyle with its colorful interiors, palm-patterned walls, and water views.

The purple vanda orchids identify this Kips Bay as being in Palm Beach and not New York or Dallas.

Danielle Rollins turned the dining room into the “Cocoa Lounge”.

Amanda Lindroth had the honor of designing the living room. The focal point was the faux tortoise shell mantel.

The walls were stenciled in a sweet floral & geometric pattern. The sea green and white color palette provided a soothing atmosphere.

Sleek mint green lampshades and hurricane globes add secondary illumination.

Love notes between Amanda and her daughter Eliza framed in bamboo next to an antique shell mirror treasure.

The upstairs landing was eye-catching with tubular swags of light and a similarly curvy sofa, just glimpsed in this photo, Delia Kenza Interiors.

A tropical terrace overlooks the waterway, Honey Collins Interiors.

Katie Ridder designed the primary bedroom.

Lots of color in her usual way.

A close view shows the super soft fringe on the sofa with inlaid tables supporting patterned lamps with accented shades.

Very few white walls were seen.

Stephen Mooney used pink Gracie paper in his “Birdie’s Study”.

David Frazier created this dramatic hallway leading to the laundry room and bath.

His lovely bathroom was swathed in a Soane blue and white floral.

One of my favorite rooms was this one by Amy Studebaker. She used Soane’s Lisieux Rose on the walls in the hallway as well as the bedroom.

Green paneling frames the walls while green lattice livens up the ceiling.

A close-up of the Soane Argo coffee table. One does not see Soane pieces in Orlando showrooms. Being able to view pieces in person is helpful. The British company makes a good showing every year at Kips Bay.

The bedroom’s host was quite dapper.

Special attention was given to beds.

Beautiful linens from Dea Fine Linens.

The layout of the house was unusual. This small room was off of Amy Studebaker’s guest bedroom. The bed was quite charming tucked into these louvered doors. Design by Eneia White Interiors.

Lucy Doswell designed the library.

She combined a nice range of fabrics and patterns throughout the room creating a warm layered look.

The lovely window treatment used yards and yards of Fortuny.

Detail of the Fortuny with a Soane fabric lampshade.

Another Soane fabric is used for the chandelier in the style of Fortuny lights.

Kips Bay New York runs from May 11- June if you happen to be in the city during that time.

Casa V Interiors is based in Orlando, Florida.