Because the West Indies lifestyle is about the connection between indoors and outdoors, Dixon also opened the house up with fenestration. Many existing windows had been arched in a faux Mediterranean manner, so he squared them off and enlarged them, painting the wood frames in several rooms to look like steel. <br />
<a href="http://saladinostyle.com/saladino-furniture/sofas/"target="_blank">John Saladino</a> sofas in <a href="https://www.perennialsfabrics.com/"target="_blank">Perennials</a> fabric and Bobbin chairs covered in <a href="http://www.cec-milano.com/"target="_blank">C&C Milano</a>
ticking offer cushy comfort around a <a href="https://www.bunnywilliamshome.com/"target="_blank">Bunny Williams Home</a> coffee table in the living room. An antique English console adds an anchoring volume, as well as a perch for vintage lamps. A sisal carpet from <a href="https://www.starkcarpet.com/"target="_blank">Stark</a> delineates the seating area. Art by <a href="http://www.georgianassikas.com/"target="_blank">Georgia Nassikas</a> supports the feeling of casual serenity.