Designed by Dallas Design Studio
The Cantoni Dallas Design Team helped a couple create an amazing home with beautiful sites all around - from both the windows and the furniture.
Endless windows and panoramic views of the stunning Dallas skyline are undoubtedly some of the first things you notice after entering unit #1208 on the 12th floor in the sleek high-rise known as Azure. That’s exactly what homeowners Chris and Sue Stone, and their longtime Cantoni design partner Pogir, intended.
“We worked with the developers to combine three separate units to create one spectacular condominium,” explains Pogir. “The place has a tremendous ‘wow’ factor. You can literally see through 75ft. of space. And at night, it’s easy to imagine you are in Manhattan. The views are simply breathtaking.” (Click the link below for more information on Azure—Dallas’ premier high-rise address.)
Having collaborated in the past, on projects that included offices and homes, The Stone’s again chose the veteran Cantoni designer to help them comfortably make the transition to high-rise living. Knowing their daughter would be college-bound in a year, the couple wanted to downsize and decrease maintenance thus affording them more time to travel. “Though she’ll be leaving home soon, we also welcomed Jacquie’s input regarding the new residence,” adds Sue.
The trio decided the color palette would revolve around the blue, brown and cream piece of art placed on the wall near the sitting area and wet bar. “To match the intensity of the views, we chose a dramatic black and brown scheme and then subtly highlighted the settings with brighter accent shades,” says Sue. Venetian plaster walls, in brown and blue, add to the rich ambiance and emphasize the truly custom feel.
“From planning the space, to selecting furniture and art, to considering various wall finishes,” Pogir explains, “I helped my clients utilize the entire array of design services we offer at Cantoni.” The result is a handsome 3,559 sq. ft. high-rise haven with three terraces and plenty of room for entertaining—a priority for this jet-setting couple who find they now thoroughly enjoy the concept of “living the high life.”