Romanza’s stunning interior design showcased in Naples’ luxury custom home

The magic created by Romanza Interior Design is on full display in a London Bay Homes-built luxury private custom home on Gulf Shore Boulevard. Designed by MHK Architecture & Planning, the expansive gulf-view home of Rob and Cathy Funderburg is the ideal stage for a truly inspired design showcasing both the personality and aesthetic of its homeowners and the expertise of Romanza’s Senior Design Director, Jennifer Stevens.



a dining room table: The kitchen features a beautiful plaster range hood complementing a full height soapstone splash, Lacanche stove and a show-stopping marble waterfall island.


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The kitchen features a beautiful plaster range hood complementing a full height soapstone splash, Lacanche stove and a show-stopping marble waterfall island.

“The Funderburgs brought really clear ideas of what they wanted in their home’s interior design,” said Stevens. “The whole process, from concept to completion, was really a collaborative team effort. For example, we incorporated a favorite piece into the wine room from American artist Jennifer Bartlett that was important to Rob and Cathy.”

Stevens employed a crisp white-on-white design throughout the home, with warm wood flooring unifying the great room, dining area and kitchen. White painted wood trim details on the ceilings add coastal flair and architectural interest. Here, a beautiful plaster range hood complements with a full height soapstone splash, a Lacanche stove and a show-stopping marble

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25 ways to create stunning house plant displays

Indoor plant ideas can help lower stress levels, replenish the air and make your home look gorgeous. What’s more, indoor plants offer an excuse to have fun and get hands-on creative too. 



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Surrounding ourselves with indoor garden ideas, and the act of caring for plants, also helps us get back in touch with nature. And, as the Botanical Boys say, ‘Connection to the natural world is more crucial than ever. In a fast-paced fragile world we live in today, we need to just slow down sometimes and observe nature – it’s the one thing that keeps us alive.’

‘It is incredibly important that each and every one of us finds the time to connect to nature in some way and by doing so also positively impacts our own wellbeing,’ they add.

It’s easy to enjoy all the benefits of plants indoors. However big or small your home, there’s definitely room for a leafy beauty or two  – from tiny bonsais to stately palms and figs they can pep up a mantlepiece, filter light coming through a window or even help divide an open-plan living space. They can add contrast and texture to the

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Mum’s stunning decor trick using a budget $15 Kmart buy



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A creative mum has shared her ‘first ever Kmart hack’ transforming a plain wooden serving tray into a stunning centrepiece.

The mum proudly posted before and after photos of the serving tray to the Kmart Home Decor and Hacks Facebook Page – and it was an instant hit.

‘Bought the board for $15 and used some resin I had at home to make this beauty,’ she revealed.



a wooden table: A creative mum has shared her 'first ever Kmart hack' transforming a plain wooden serving tray into a stunning centrepiece


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A creative mum has shared her ‘first ever Kmart hack’ transforming a plain wooden serving tray into a stunning centrepiece

More than a thousand Kmart lovers reacted to the post – in awe of the amazing beachscape inside the serving tray.

‘This is beautiful, I need resin right now,’ one woman said.

‘That would compliment any home,’ another said. 

Another woman wondered if the serving tray would look better with sand glued onto the beach picture. 

Others wanted the clever mum to list the steps and materials she used to make the beautiful piece of serving wear so they could make one of their own. 

She directed them to a video explaining how to pour resin at home. 



a wooden table: The mum proudly posted before and after photos of the serving tray to the Kmart Home Decor and Hacks Facebook Page - and it was an instant hit


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