The Most Refined Finishes Of Stock's Astoria I Model

Posted by Office Staff on Friday, June 6th, 2014 at 9:13am.

The Astoria I estate model is produced by Stock signature. The construction is taking place at 665 Regata road within the neighborhood of Naples Moorings. Inside the model is a showcased interior by one of the designers from Beasley and Henley interior design; Troy Beasley, which gives it a refined and sophisticated finish. It harmoniously blends with the style used for its exterior architecture, mainly because it is clean lined. Thus, this work of RG Designs has the elegant feeling of island life.

Throughout the floor plan of Astoria I, which measures 4,100 square feet there is a sense of luxury in a casual way that will leave you captivated. It is made of a completed foyer and a reception room with a lounge that gives a see through view. There is also a fireplace with two sides, a dining room with a huge sense of formality, a wonderful room to the lanai side and an exterior living area. In addition, there is a gourmet island kitchen, a study, a wet bar, four bedrooms with full and two half baths for wines, a master en suite that is expansive and contains a private terrace, a courtyard for entry, motor court and two garages that can accommodate two cars. The price for this furnished Astoria I is $3,095,000. Stock Signature Homes is the division of home building that provides luxury estates in Stock Development, which as recently named by BUILDER Magazine, is the top builder 100 for two consecutive times.

There is some sense of elegance as one enters the Astoria I residence. It is provided by the courtyard that has a bright and spacious foyer. This reflects the clean palette with light cream and gray colors. They are placed throughout the home by Beasley. This is in addition to the wood that has been used extensively. There is also the pyramid shaped ceiling that blends well with the wall paneling in the form of tongue-and-groove as well as moldings that are simply applied. This shape is made to resemble tones of gray and cream on the stone floor.

There is a console that is skirted and perfectly complements the art display on one side of the foyer wall. A china cabinet elegantly stands at the opening connecting the foyer and the dining room. It acts as a storage and buffet area. At the same time, different accessories can be placed on the upper cabinet, which is made of glass for decoration. There is a suspended chandelier on the dining room ceiling. It sits over an eight-seat square table. One side of the wall holds a custom window that provides entry into the wine room within which there is controlled temperature.

As one moves past the foyer, there is an informal living room atmosphere and the separated reception room. Beasley uses an established pale gray driftwood on the floor in all the living areas of Astoria I. It has a wall-to-wall glass for its backdrop with soft sheer drapes for its cover. This area provides that unique view of the outdoor area around the pool that is made of four chair groupings and an area rug that maintains the light and airiness hence the ideal place to hold conversations. The reception and the great room share the fireplace with two ways.

There is immense brightness in the great room that opens to the wet bar in the dining room and the kitchen. There are enhanced and inviting elements at the fireplace that help create a focus for the beautiful space. Above the fireplace, there is a finished wall that is toned with mellow gray wood. It is darker than the floor and holds the television. Character and warmth are provided by a bookcase that is built in and extra display shelves. In the room, there is upholstered furniture with clean lines and comfortable, fresh colors, which maintain the sophisticated air. Facing the television is a group of sofas while the great room wall has a soft off white finishing. Beasley was able to make use of accent colors with his pieces of art and accessories in the floors with driftwood gray and light tones on the wall. This wall consists of interior and exterior sliding doors towards the areas of entertainment.

An island of counter height for five is available in the kitchen. They are finished in a deeper gray tone that matches the surrounding fireplace wall. In contrast, is the light appearance of the upper cabinets that have a cream finish. The countertops that are finished in materials made of Quartzite provide a perfect blend to give a rich off white granite with a touch of extravagant vein look. They also have some drama touch from the glass tiles elongated with a soft backsplash from the perimeter of the hood area. Adjacent are the cabinet features in the nearby breakfast room that provide storage places.

Astoria I offers a carefree yet sophisticated mood that is presented with the outdoor area. It is made up of the pool with combined landscape. The rear part that provides secluded enjoyment is connected to the whole residence. The ceiling of the outdoor living area is made of wood work with tongue-and-groove. It acts as continuity for the clean palette with modern color, lanai and the floor of the deck as made by Beasley. This is through the use of stone pavers of pearl travertine and the tones of warm blue gray that are found at the glass waterline tile of the pool. There is a seating group at the fireplace with two sides to create a continuous inviting environment of the space. Adjacent to the summer kitchen is a spacious dining space for enjoyment of casual meals.

The foyer at Astoria I is linked to the gallery hallway, study and master suite. There is an entry made of a double door leading to the study, which is also a retreat of the clubroom and a work space. It is finished with carpet that is muted gray and not the traditional wood. It also serves as an escape place for television viewing. It has a built in cabinet joined to an integrated desk and bookcases that complete the office space. The bookcases have a combination of cream and gray as some other areas of the home with an art lighting illumination. The landscaped pool area can be accessed via French doors.

A vestibule is used to enter the master bedroom, which has a private patio and the entire pool area at its end. There is an extension of the details of paneling and molding at the foyer. They give the upholstered headboard a perfect backdrop. The tones of color used in this room are improved with warm blue-gray, silver and gray touches. There is a variation of dark brown and dark pewter and additional gold pops in the bronze tones. A refined look is provided by the night stands and end tables that offer storage shelves on the lower side. Wood tones are applied on the elongated dresser to enhance the finishing of gray and cream with warmth.

The master bathroom has a continuation of this color combination with its cabinets made elegantly of pale gray and an additional marble made from Calcutta gold. It is also used on the floors though with a mix of honey onyx. It contains a freestanding tub that appears to float on the floor with a shower finished in different selections of marble. Multipurpose closets are generously present to make the space practical as it maintains a high level of sophistication, luxury and enticement.

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