Decor Inspiration :
Palm Beach, Florida home by David Easton
Photography by Pieter Estersohn for Architectural Digest
A beautiful and classical villa in Palm Beach, Florida with Garden View Ocean
A Lee Jofa floral swathes the master bedroom.
A stone fountain anchors the tennis pavilion’s terrace.
Sofas upholstered in fabrics by Cowtan & Tout (left) and Lee Jofa stand in the living room amid antique accents; the circa-1880 Louis XVI–style bergères are clad in an Old World Weavers floral.
The master bedroom is punctuated by a circa-1790 Piedmontese chandelier from Scott Barnes Antiques; the carpeting is by Patterson Flynn Martin.
In a guest room, the headboard, armchair, and ottoman are upholstered in a Lee Jofa chintz; th sunburst mirror is from John Rosselli Antiques, and the curtain fabric is a Jane Churchillcheck.
A Gracie chinoiserie paper lines the dining room, which is outfitted with Italian Rococo chairs and custom-made copies; Frederick P. Victoria & Son created the cream-painted consoles, and the carpet is a bespoke Axminster.
Amado’s oceanfront façade was restored nearly to its original appearance.
The entrance hall of Amado, a circa-1920 Palm Beach, Florida, mansion built by architect Addison Mizner and renovated by David Easton; the sconce is by Formations, the tapestry is 16th-century Flemish, and the planter at right is by Dennis & Leen.
An Ann-Morris ceiling fixture hangs above the kitchen island; tile from Solar Antique Tilesdistinguishes the backsplash, and the barstools are from TK Collections.
A stone chess set occupies a patch of lawn.
In the family room, a Formations chandelier joins curtains made of a Lee Jofa print.
Hedges and trelliswork blanketed with jasmine border the pool area.
In the library, the games table in the foreground is Italian Rococo.
The powder room features an Italian mirror crafted around 1760, a circa-1870 Florentine commode transformed into a vanity, and Waterworks sink fittings.
The library loggia is furnished with chairs cushioned in Clarence House fabrics.
A fountain on the estate echoes the blue of the Atlantic Ocean beyond; the grounds were reenvisioned by Lang Design Group Landscape Architects. For details see November Sources.