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Aug

Theory Design Creating Interior for Seagate’s Burrata Model at Miromar Lakes

Fort Myers Theory Design’s Vice President of Design Ruta Menaghlazi and interior designer Adriene Ged are creating the interior design for Seagate Development Group’s furnished Burrata model in the Ancona neighborhood at Miromar Lakes Beach & Golf Club. The Burrata includes 4,068 square feet under air and a massive outdoor living area measuring 1,058 square feet. The open-concept plan features a living area that includes a spacious grand room, an island kitchen, and a dining area. The plan’s study can be tasked as a formal dining room. The grand room and the dining area have pocketing sliders that open to an outdoor living area featuring a two-sided fireplace, an outdoor kitchen, and conversation and dining areas. The plan also features four bedrooms, one of which is a VIP guest suite, four and a half baths, a pool bath, and a three-car garage. The master bedroom’s sitting area also opens to the outdoors. The master suite also includes two walk-in closets and a bath with dual vanities, dual water closets, a free-standing tub, and a walk-in shower.

Rich Guzman, Principal Designer at R.G. Designs, Inc., has created a distinctive transitional modern exterior architectural style for the Burrata model. Inside, Ruta and Adriene’s design will convey a timeless sense of casual elegance in the Burrata model. Their color palette will feature neutral tones with hints of coastal blue and grey tones and rich woods. The palette will play against mid to dark-toned hardwood flooring. Reverse soffit ceiling details with LED back lighting will give the ceilings the appearance of floating in space.

The Burrata’s foyer will feature a wood detail in a herringbone floor inlay, niches with furniture pieces and artwork, and a chandelier. The feature wall in the living area offers molding details with organic elements. Floating shelves will reflect natural elements of sea coral and woods collected through travels to different ports. Furnishings will include a neutral sectional sofa with colorful accent pillows, two swivel lounge chairs, and a large cocktail table. Natural light will stream into the adjacent kitchen through a window over the cooktop that overlooks a private garden with a six-foot privacy wall. The perimeter of the kitchen will showcase a backsplash that will provide a note of texture, white cabinetry with stacked upper cabinets featuring glass doors, and either granite or quartzite counter surfaces. Appliances will include a double wall oven and a built-in refrigerator. A full-height cabinet will be positioned on one side of the refrigerator. The kitchen will also include a walk-in pantry. The dining area will include a dark wooden table with chairs upholstered with cream-toned fabric, a dry bar with glass cabinetry and a wine cooler, and a floating wood ceiling detail. The Burrata’s study will feature a ceiling with a double-tray detail. A large window on the front of the home will fill the space with natural light. Ruta and Adriene will finish the study’s walls in a grey tone and furnish the room with a rich wooden desk and a neutral-toned sofa.

A double-door entry will open to the master suite’s vestibule. Walk-in closets will flank a hallway leading to a master bedroom with a sitting area with a lounging chair and a door leading to the outdoor living area. The upholstered king-sized bed will feature a bedding ensemble of organic fabrics in sky and earth tones. Nightstands flanking the bed and a dresser will be finished in a rich wood tone. The furnishings will be anchored by an area rug. The flooring in the master bath will be neutral toned large format porcelain tile. The bath will feature dual vanities with rich-toned cabinets and quartzite counter surfaces. A tall linen cabinet will be included. Dual water closets, a free-standing tub, and a walk-in shower with a rain head fixture will also be featured.

The Burrata’s outdoor living area will provide an ideal setting for relaxing and entertaining. The space will feature roll-down screens and a two-sided ventless gas fireplace with a stone mosaic surround. A television can be hung above the fireplace. A conversation area will provide seating in front of the fireplace. At the opposite end of the space, an outdoor kitchen will feature Nature Kast cabinetry on the grill wall with granite counter surfaces, a sink, and an under-counter refrigerator. An island bar will also be finished with a granite counter surface. The custom pool will feature stepping pads and a sun shelf. A fire pit will provide an additional outdoor gathering place.

Seagate’s recently sold Sabbia model at Miromar Lakes received an Aurora Award for Best Single-Family Detached Home Over 4,000 Square Feet. Situated on a lakefront homesite, the three-level, 6,227 square feet under air Sabbia residence was designed by RG Designs. Outside Productions crafted the home’s outdoor living area, pool and spa, and landscaping.

Miromar Lakes is an award-winning community being developed by Miromar Development Corporation just north of Naples, minutes from Southwest Florida International Airport and numerous dining, shopping, and entertainment venues. Miromar Lakes is the only community in Southwest Florida to offer waterfront living, beaches, and golf all at one location. Acknowledged as the number one community in the United States, Miromar Lakes was named recipient of the National Association of Home Builders’ Gold Awards for Community of the Year and Best Clubhouse, the only Florida winner in history.

Theory Design is also creating the interiors for Seagate Development Group’s models in Quail West, Talis Park, and Esplanade Lake Club. Seagate’s furnished Captiva model in Hill Tide Estates at Boca Grande is open for viewing and purchase and features an interior design by Theory Design’s Ruta Menaghlazi. Theory Design was named recipient of the prestigious 2019 Aurora Award for the Captiva model’s interior design in the Best Interior Design of a Home Priced over $2 million category. In addition, Seagate Development Group was presented an Aurora Award for the Captiva model in the Best Single-Family Detached Home Over 4,000 Square Feet category.

Ruta Menaghlazi also created the interior for Seagate’s furnished Bal Harbour model now under construction at Hill Tide Estates. The three-level Bal Harbour floor plan includes 5,198 square feet under air on the two living levels. A ground level foyer provides access to an elevator and a staircase that lead to the living levels. The first living level will showcase a spacious great room, an island kitchen, dining area, study, and a second master suite. The entire living area opens to a deck with a pool and spa, and an outdoor living area with conversation and dining areas, an outdoor kitchen, and a pool bath. The second living level features a bonus room with a wet bar, the master suite, and two VIP guest suites.

Seagate’s Windward Isle community in North Naples was named the Aurora Award’s Residential Community of the year. Theory Design’s Ruta Menaghlazi created a clean-lined, casual coastal interior for the recently sold Cayman II model at Windward Isle that is both casual and classic. The Cayman II was named recipient of CBIA’s 2020 Parade of Homes award in the Overall Excellence in Construction and Design: $1,500,001 to $2,000,000 category. Just two homesites remain available at Windward Isle.

Theory Design also created the interior for a new two-story, 13,000 square-foot office building that serves as the corporate headquarters for Theory Design and Seagate Development Group. The headquarters is located at 9921 Interstate Commerce Drive, Fort Myers, Florida 33913. For additional information, visit TheoryDesign.com.