Nouveau International Design offers a unique and complete interior design service for every client, tailored to individual ideas and design ambitions. Many of our projects come to us at the initial stages of planning, and we are highly experienced in nurturing them through to completion.
Residential Design Projects
Our most recently completed project is the Atlantic Model at the Ormond Renaissance Condominiums. Designing this model was a a project from beginning to end, top to bottom. We selected the paint colors, flooring, countertops, cabinets, fireplace and all of the kitchen/bath fixtures. When the basics were done, it was time to really bring the coastal glam design to life. To read more about the Atlantic Model and see more pictures, click here.
Our clients moved into this 1950's ranch style house, imagine the kitchen with honey oak cabinets, dark black and brown granite counter tops, shiny gold cabinet handles, and outdated creamy pink floor tiles. There were uppers over a very small peninsula counter it was a challenge to entertain, and everyone of course would linger around this small kitchen the entire evening. Our goal was to make this dreary kitchen one that the owners would love to entertain in. We envisioned dinner party's that would take place as the appetizers would be set down for the guest to enjoy, and the drinks to flow while the evening was spent in good conversation and laughter. Brightening up the kitchen with white cabinets and lots of drawers for plenty of storage space, the sleek hardware, fire clay back splash and quartz counter tops with just the right amount of movement so it did not take away from the simplicity of this kitchen. Notice the center island this gives lots of space for food prep and baking needs and the pendant lighting really sets it off. The added coffee bar and electronic charging area made our clients have smoother mornings as they got ready to go and face the day ahead.
Our clients moved from Atlanta to Florida and wanted to have their custom-built home open and airy. Normally a foyer is adorned with heavy furnishing and elaborate accessory pieces, by discussing with our clients their ultimate goal for the foyer we decided to make it a space that lets you leave your worries behind you as you entered the home. The sofa table almost disappears, and you notice the beautiful piece of art that hangs above it, the delicate chandelier is made of seashells reminding you it's time to decompress and enjoy the moment.
Our next residential project will be ready to break ground. The clients loved the architectural phase of the project, and are looking forward to making memories for years to come. We are elated to have our contractors, build this dream home for our clients.
We were more then happy to work with this retire airline couple, he a pilot and she a stewardess. They actually upgraded and moved out of a condo into their spacious new build from Bellagio Custom Homes. By keeping the color pallet soft and integrating what heirlooms they had, it gave us the opportunity to add a lot of new pieces from furniture, window treatments, accessories, and art work. Our clients love to entertain and now they have the perfect home.
This client is not crying the blues in this dining room. Adding in a rich dark blue allows the neutral tones to stand out. Area rugs are a must have as they add dimension into the space. Here, we keep the decor to a minimum but punched it out with a light fixture that sets the tone for this space. Who's ready now to host dinner here? I know they are.
This midcentury home was inspired by the clients' passion of collecting midcentury pieces for over 30 years. We started with an existing home and took it down to the studs. Our general contractor, Steve from Centurion Building Contractors, added extra footage by pushing out the master bathroom. The colors are all in the neutral tones —the walls are in a beautiful white and the ceiling is in a London fog high gloss. This space speaks for itself, and now our clients are ready to entertain to the fullest.
Newly moved clients from North Carolina wanted their design to play on the water front that their home had. Our clients had a passion for shiplap, so we had a shiplapped wall done in white so it would flow with the remaining part of the home. The prints along the wall shows you how the love of sailing is important to them. The wooden table and parson chairs allowed us to play with subtle fabric patterns on the pillows. Not all design has to be over the top. Keep it simple at times — you will be surprised how a little goes along way.
This client wanted to have the feeling of new with old. By making the flooring have a fun pattern play to it, you can see how it pulls the room together. The gold tables really emphasis the luxury that this space oozes. Don't be afraid to add a pop of color in your design — after all, color is what pulls a design together. It goes back to a fun boho glam room.
Never leave out a powder room! This client didn't want to do a lot to the space but adding a herring bone tile wall for the backsplash of the sink was a must. It's simple yet stunning!
Commercial Design Projects
Tiano's Italian Restaurant is a quaint Italian restaurant located in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. The couple wanted to give the space a new look on a limited amount of time. We turned this place around in 4 days! We gave it a fresh coat of paint, added in accessories, had new floor, tile and carpeting, placed throughout the restaurant, built a large banquet in the main entrance, wrapped the brick columns, and added stack stone along the back of the bar and entrance area. This place now has a brand new look to it, and gazing at the fair green while you dine in isn't so bad either.
Hidden Treasures Ponce Inlet is restaurant that has been around for over 35 years, the original dining room was all pine from top to bottom it truly was a blank slate a space that was not was being unused to its maximum ability. we took on the challenge to maximize the dining area with plenty of seating and pop it with white and blue color tones, with it being right on the water it had to have that beach feel but without it being the normal "beachy" look. Our vision was a ship that is where we started from, and we built it out with a little imagination. Every space has to tell a story and this one was about "Sailing on an old ship in the open waters looking out of the portholes as the lantern lights swayed above you, the dining room is a bright space for those dark and gloomy stormy days, as well as for the sunny daytime afternoons. There are swing in window with a long counter bar that you can sit at and watch the water move while you travel amongst the oceans." We were able to achieve that and more, now guest have the option of being inside or outside and there is more than enough seating for everyone to enjoy this dining area.