Hot Home Design | Baltus Collection - Design Bureau

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“Each unique Baltus piece brings the home to life without detracting from the beautiful exterior views,” says Smith. Rinconera Madrid sofa, $23,450; Totem sofa console, $8,530; Templo coffee table, $13,448; Detroit Armchair, $7,070; Baltus Chaise, $7,320; Cosmos TV console, $13,550; Lyon desk, $14,720; Trapecio side table, $3,279; and custom entry bench, $4,300, all by Baltus Collection. Hanging shade lamp by Penta; accessories by Rina Menardi.

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“The enormous glass windows had to be brought up from the side of the building with a crane, but we knew they were absolutely necessary to showcase the home’s unrivaled views,” says Smith. Baltus Chaise, $7,320, and Trapecio side table, $3,279, both by Baltus Collection. Wood sculptures purchased in Indonesia. White sheer motorized draperies by Ron’s Window

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Hanging pendant lights by FLOS, purchased at Farrey’s; extended dining table and benches by Bulthaup

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“Using Baltus concepts, we were able to transform the home from a cold, bachelor-style unit into a welcoming family home. One element we added was the custom designed loft space for three girls,” says Smith. Fully custom beds with custom upholstered headboards, price upon request, by Baltus Collection. Hanging shade lamp by Penta, purchased at Farrey’s.

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Hot Home Design | Baltus Collection

Friday, May 31st, 2013

Design: Baltus Collection
Location: Miami, Florida
Photos courtesy of Baltus Collection

"When looking out from any room in this spacious 46th-floor penthouse on Brickell Key, one is met with stunning ocean views for miles and miles. Baltus Collection’s custom design capabilities allowed us to create a comfortably modern interior space that responds to the home’s magnificent natural surroundings.”

–Interior Designer Carie Smith, Baltus Collection

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