With a distribution to some of the most affluent residents in South Florida, City & Shore Magazine represents the finest of what Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach and Aventura have to offer. The newest issue has actor Matthew McConaughey on the cover and features Boca Raton interior designers Shuster Design in an article about internationally inspired interiors.
The article, aptly titled “Worlds Apart” showcases a 13,000 square foot estate home in the posh St. Andrews Country Club that is best described as “a taste of contemporary Brazil in South Florida”. Boca Raton interior designers Louis Shuster and Gage Hartung traveled to São Palo multiple times to delve deeper into the clients’ culture and lifestyle in order to create a bridge between their past in Bazil and their future in America.
Readers of our blog and followers on Facebook should recognize this project from the extensive international coverage the Boca Raton interior designers received by gracing the cover of Florida Design Magazine last fall (Vol. 24#3). With nearly 36,000 photo views and hundreds of “idea book adds” the interest in this project on Houzz is high to say the least.
Describing the project Hartung explains, “It was an amazing experience as it allowed me, as a designer, to be inspired by another culture, see how things are done in another part of the world and create a little bit of Brazil in a home in Boca Raton.” Shuster adds, “I got such an education going to the design center in São Palo, almost everything in this job was purchased there.” Shuster Design Associates are proud to again be recognized as premier Boca Raton interior designers. Read the entire story of this exquisite estate home HERE. Worlds Apart indeed, we’re incredibly proud to have been tasked to make this around the world journey.
To view nearly 50 detailed images of this exclusive Boca Raton home visit Shuster Design Associates on Houzz.com HERE.
To learn more about this Shuster Design Associates’ Boca Raton estate pick up Florida Design Magazine Vol. 24#3 or read the entire article HERE.
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