A Boca Raton Condo Gets A Tailored Look


contemporary living room gray sectional

For the living room of a Boca Raton condo, the husband-and-wife design team of Brett Sugerman and Giselle Loor Sugerman paired a Holly Hunt sofa covered in Great Plains fabric with Holly Hunt lounge chairs in Armani/Casa's Gemona fabric from Donghia; underfoot is a custom floor covering conceived by the designers through Custom Couture Rugs. The drapery fabric is also from Donghia and was fabricated by Sutton Draperies, while the custom coffee table, cabinetry and mirrorwork were fabricated by Giovanni Art & Custom Furniture and Triple A Plus Services.

contemporary hallway art gallery wood...

With the help of general contractor Brent Coble and his team, the designers gutted and reconfigured the condo, creating a central hallway that doubles as an art gallery featuring works by Sven Stowik and Marianne Lovink, acquired through Giovanni Rossi Fine Art. Here and throughout, DuChateau wood floors were installed in a chevron pattern by Charles Flora Enterprises.

contemporary cocktail lounge living room...

The homeowner enjoys entertaining, so the designers surprised him with a luxurious cocktail lounge featuring a custom bar created with black granite from Marble of the World. The designers then chose Brueton barstools from E.G. Cody and Donghia swivel chairs, all upholstered in fabrics from Holly Hunt, for the space. The Minotti table is from Abitare, and the mixed-media artwork is by Adam Collier Noel.

contemporary dining area gray accents...

A Roll & Hill fixture from YLighting illuminates the dining area's Antoine Proulx table and Joseph Jeup chairs. Holly Hunt barstools upholstered with Spinneybeck leather face the Snaidero kitchen, which features Caesarstone marble, a Julien sink from Designer's Plumbing & Hardware and Dornbracht faucets.

contemporary master bathroom his-and-her sections...

For one area of the master bathroom, which is divided into his-and-her sections, the designers placed Seura television mirrors from A2Z Kitchen + Bath Gallery above Caesarstone-topped vanities, one of which is joined by a Holly Hunt chair. All of the custom cabinetry was fabricated by Giovanni Art & Custom Furniture.

contemporary bathroom marble walls stone...

In another area of the master bathroom are a Blu Bathworks soaking tub and a glass-enclosed shower by AAA Glass World Industries. To link the spaces, the designers used the same Marble of the World stone flooring and Caesarstone marble walls throughout, along with a suite of chrome Dornbracht fixtures from Designer's Plumbing & Hardware.

contemporary bedroom neutral gold map...

In the guest room, a triptych of three gold maps by Ewan David Eason hangs above the custom bed, designed with a Perennials fabric from David Sutherland and manufactured by Grafton Furniture, with whom the designers have a new capsule collection. The custom dresser was made by Giovanni Art & Custom Furniture and is partnered with a Holly Hunt side chair upholstered in Spinneybeck leather. Softening the room are a bespoke floor covering from Custom Couture Rugs, Sahco draperies from Donghia and a linen-blend wallcovering from Innovations.

When a homeowner decided to move closer to his office, he immediately invited designer Brett Sugerman, who had worked on his previous homes, and Sugerman’s wife and design partner, Giselle Loor Sugerman, to take a look at the ocean-view condo in Boca Raton. Little did they know he’d hire them on the spot.

“We usually take a lot of time to interview the client and build the program, but we didn’t need to do that here,” says Brett Sugerman. “Because of our trusting and respectful relationship, he gave complete freedom with the design.”

The designers gutted the space and reconfigured the layout to create an elegant flow of rooms — from the lobby into the main living space, then on to the media room, guest room and home office, culminating in a grand master bedroom suite with spectacular walk-in closets.

“He didn’t ask for it but we knew he’d love it,” says Giselle Loor Sugerman, who with her husband took inspiration from men’s fashion to select the neutral palette and richly textured materials used throughout the residence.

“The home in its entirety exceeded my expectations,” says the homeowner. “My fiance and I can’t pinpoint any one aspect that’s more special than any other. The look, feel and functionality of each area works perfectly for us.”