Achille Associates International

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Key West, FL (As seen in Architectural Digest, October 2001)

Lush tropical foliage conceals this Key West residence from the rest of the world and offers a cool place to rest outside the main entrance.

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Key West, FL (As seen in Architectural Digest, October 2001)

The Entry and staircase with original fretwork balustrade, an antique French faux bamboo coat rack and Indonesian lacquer baskets.

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Key West, FL (As seen in Architectural Digest, October 2001)

A view of the Living Room with its British Colonial furnishings on a wool sisal area carpet and an Audubon oil painting over the fireplace.

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Key West, FL (As seen in Architectural Digest, October 2001)

Seagrass lounge chairs upholstered in the Caribbean print fabric flank the French doors to the pool while persimmon linen, raffia and silk fabrics add texture and warmth to the room.

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Key West, FL (As seen in Architectural Digest, October 2001)

Warm tones, rich textures and exotic prints balanced by antique botanicals dominate the Master Bedroom.

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Key West, FL (As seen in Architectural Digest, October 2001)

Another view of the Master Bedroom where antique French lead architectural elements accessorize the mantel and bookcases.

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Key West, FL (As seen in Architectural Digest, October 2001)

Antique French terra cotta tiles mixed with marble and limestone blend to create a cool retreat from the heat.

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Key West, FL (As seen in Architectural Digest, October 2001)

An exterior view from the pool toward the residence of the typical Key Westian architecture lends itself to the indoor-outdoor way of life.

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Marina del Rey, CA (As seen in California Homes, June, 2002
& EspacoD', June, 2002)

The Living Room with its limestone floors, gallery white walls, natural wool shag area carpet and upholstery act as a backdrop for bright color and furniture-as-art.

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Marina del Rey, CA (As seen in California Homes, June, 2002
& EspacoD', June, 2002)

Another view of the Living Room overlooking the ocean beyond.

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