A traditional lost tree home with an unexpected interior.

This home was Stephanie's first major project as a designer at Kemble Interiors.  Stephanie worked very closely with the incredibly creative home owner to bring her unique ideas to life.  Almost every detail of the house was custom from the multiple Holland and Sherry rugs to the Paul Maybaum curtains, headboards, and most notably the custom wave mural in the dining room.  This home reminds Stephanie of a couture runway look, from accessories to the shoes and the dress, beautifully unique. 

Lost Tree Dining Room Florida Stephanie Rae Interiors Design

A tired jupiter hills home transitions to chic winter escape.

Seeing the need to remodel some very dated architecture, Stephanie and her team created the perfect winter escape for their clients.  With a new ceiling, wainscoting, and bathrooms, each room breathes its own life into the home.  New wallpaper provided an added depth to the main living space with a paneled oak ceiling, and the new loggia makes the inside feel very connected to the outside with huge sliding doors.  With a new kitchen, new oak floors, a soft tone on tone palette of cream, taupe, blue, and green this winter escape became perfectly warm and welcoming.


Jupiter Hills Kitchen Florida Stephanie Rae Interiors Design

A nineteenth century cottage gets trendy makeover.

This was a time sensitive renovation and Stephanie turned this 19th century cottage into a dream vacation rental in just a few months. Stephanie and her team were able to bring a balance of functional and beautiful to the bones of an old home.  Most importantly, she wanted to make sure anyone who walked into this old cottage felt right at home.  


Nantucket Cottage Home Entryway Massachusetts Stephanie Rae Interiors Design

Complete down to the studs renovation brings waterfront home back to life.

When the clients first bought the house, they wanted to knock it down entirely.  After deciding to go with a complete renovation, Stephanie worked with Studio Riverside and was challenged with bringing this out of date home back to life.  Working alongside the architects, they created a new open floor plan within the bones of the old home.  From there, they brought in bright fun colors and a more nautical feel.  You'll notice one specifically unique idea was to re-vamp an awkward nook in a long hallway, and turn it into an amazing breakfast bar just off the upstairs kids suite. 



A warm interior for a perfect golfer's getaway.

In this quick renovation, Stephanie again teamed up with Studio Riverside, working with the contractor to give this traditional Lost Tree golf home a much needed makeover. This makeover included new floors, a new walnut kitchen countertop to match the custom walnut wine bar, and a brand new master bathroom. Their client wanted a place to get away from the cold northern winters to host his family, play golf and relax so they gave him just that! 


Lost Tree Living Room Bar Kitchen Florida Stephanie Rae Interiors Design