Condo Owner

Volume19 Issue3 2015

Condo Owner publishes information vital to the business and pleasure of resort condominium ownership. Topics covered relate to real estate market trends, community association matters, rental management issues, tax and insurance updates and more.

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• condo owner • V O L U M E 1 9 • I S S U E 3 28 interiors busy iron balusters with suspended glass panels, which really opened things up visually. To complement and enhance the new look, planters were placed at the entry doors. This interior landscaping was created by Pat Heroman, of Heroman Services Plant Company in Pensacola. Keeping Utility In Mind U tility was an important consideration in the design, according to McBroom. "During the spring and summer months, the lobby receives some pretty heavy traffic," she said. "Lots of families and children come in from the beach and pool, so utility was a large consideration in choosing fabrics and finishes." To provide comfortable seating while protect- ing against sand, sun, wear and tear, McBroom had all the main pieces covered in a soft, leather- like, but durable vinyl, which can be wiped clean with a damp cloth. Pillows were covered in solution-dyed acrylic Sunbrella fabrics. To provide a facelift to the lobby staircase, the woodwork was lightened and busy iron balusters were replaced with suspended glass panels.

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