Located within the historic Hyde Park neighborhood in Tampa, Florida, this home designed by Enrique Crespo of
Crespo Design Group is understated in its luxury. A soft, neutral palette and transitional furnishings are paired with an open layout and lots of a natural light for a refined, welcoming space. 62
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The home features a large entryway that Crespo kept simple to showcase the beautiful wood floor and paneled walls. Polished gray lamps and a gray metallic buffet add a subtle hint of glamour and are complemented by soft-toned wall lights.
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The transitional living room has a beige color palette that is enriched with pops of color and textured details that include a hyde rug, layered window treatments and patterned throw pillows.
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While keeping a transitional look and neutral palette, Crespo added depth and character to the space with a textured wicker armoire and a vibrant colorful painting above the fireplace.
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Crespo used elegant contemporary furniture in the dining room to create a timeless yet trendy look. Leather chairs, a large area rug, and neutral drapery add sophistication, while the printed bench, colorful artwork, and glass pendant lighting offer character and energy.
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This entertaining area and bar is sleek and open, perfect for socializing. Crespo kept the space simple, choosing to add detail with colorful artwork instead of small decor items or accessories to keep the counter free for food and drinks and allow plenty of space for relaxing.
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This seating area, although also dressed in neutral colors, has the charming addition of floral wallpaper. The wallpaper adds a delicate feminine touch and pairs beautifully with the patterned Suzani throw pillows.
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The soft sandy colors of the den contrast with the luscious greenery outdoors for a calm, natural ambiance. A leather armchair, small side table, standing lamp and globe create the perfect reading spot.
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Working with a palette of sandy neutrals for a clean, calming look, Crespo chose pieces with contrasting materials and finishes to prevent the furnishings from blending together and to allow each item to stand out.
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In the master bedroom, Crespo continued the transitional look and neutral palette of the rest of the home. He paired a soft color on the walls with metallic jewel-toned furniture and artwork to add subtle drama to the space.
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This additional view of the large master bedroom showcases the elegant simplicty of the design. Shimmered earth tones are balanced with dark hardwood floors, beige fabrics, and vibrant artwork for a sophisticated look.