March 14, 2017:

Miriam Ritter, Orlando Studio Consultant

Minimalist Style for Your Home and Wardrobe
Morning routines are the worst. No matter the day, something always comes up and you can’t seem to get out the door fast or composed enough! To minimize the frenzy, I’ve discovered a new fashion favorite…the onepiece!
Tibi Spring 2014 Ready to Wear Collection (Source: Vogue)
The onepiece is great! Be it a true romper or jumper, dress or monochromatic ensemble, it brings ease to your morning and makes a statement all day. This approach to fashion is also my approach to home design: using a single material or color on a large scale to make a major statement.
minimalist design in NaplesVisit Naples Reserve, an Ashton Woods community in Naples, FL.
Armani Prive maxidressArmani Privé Spring 2015 Haute Couture (Source: Olivia Palermo)
This application can be seen in the Capri model in our Naples Reserve Egret Landing community. It’s the perfect example of this style in action. We used a large-format porcelain tile which allows for onepiece installation with no cuts, no joints and no limits! It literally unifies a space by creating a uniform surface without compromising a thing. And it certainly makes a statement! What are your thoughts on using a single material or trying a new onepiece, either in fashion or your home design?
Stella McCartney JumpsuitStella McCartney 2012 Resort Collection (Source: Vogue)
minimalist bathroom in NaplesVisit Naples Reserve, an Ashton Woods community in Naples, FL.
Rachel Comey JumpsuitRachel Comey 2013 Pre-Fall Collection (Source: Vogue)
minimalist kitchen in NaplesVisit Naples Reserve, an Ashton Woods community in Naples, FL.
 

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