It’s been a busy summer, and we’re back with huge progress on our exciting project with K Hovnanian Homes. We have laid out the groundwork for the clubhouse in their active adult lifestyle community, The Four Seasons at Orlando and things are coming along beautifully!
Today we’re showing you a part of the project that may not be the first thing that comes to mind during your remodel or new build, the ceiling. Ceilings are important for obvious reasons, but the structure and design of the ceiling can completely warm up and change a room, so let’s begin! This reflected ceiling plan shows the basics. Any items like fans, tray or inverted ceilings, lights, or beams that are added in the ceiling of each room or space are shown here.
If you’ll remember from our previous post, our style inspiration for K. Hov’s Four Seasons, is going to be British West Indies, which means lots of stained wood, white features, and blue and green accents.
This is another part of our project presentation, where we show our clients the plan for every single detail of the design. In this slide we show our plan for a beautiful octagonal, beamed ceiling with stained wood in teak or cypress, and a crisp white contrast surrounding it. We also share our plan for lighting with these lantern shaped fixtures that really add to that vintage British West Indies feel.
The grand foyer, or luxurious entryway, will also feature a ceiling concept with uniquely stained beams, but the architecture will give it a different shape. The antique feeling iron chandeliers we proposed for this area are going to give it life.
So that is your sneak peek for now, but we can’t wait to show you more! As this project develops quickly we will be sharing several more updates. Follow our Instagram page and stories so that you don’t miss any updates on this amazing project we’re designing with K. Hovnanian.