Designing Your Trump Hollywood Residence
January 13th, 2012
Furnish Your Residence To a Higher Standard
Award-winning interior designer Steven G. shares how
Designing your residence can seem like a daunting task. A variety of factors must be taken into consideration, including the size and layout of your unit, and a general color palette. We’re here to offer you some advice, courtesy of Steven G, renowned Miami-based interior designer and the creator of some of our most popular model residences. In this series of articles Steven G. brings us tips and suggestions on how to get the most out of your new luxury residence at Trump Hollywood.
If you’ve had the pleasure of touring Trump Hollywood, then you’ve already seen the spacious balconies adorning each and every residence. These large terraces provide our residents with a generous amount of space to relax and take in the view of gorgeous Hollywood Beach. Often times, these areas aren’t fully taken advantage of.
Think of this space as an extension of your home. Ideally, your residence should evoke zen and relaxation, not to mention be a perfect location for entertaining company. The terraces should be furnished to accommodate.
- Depending on the time of year, South Florida can have unpredictable weather. Choose durable and multifunctional furniture.
- Outdoor furniture should be easy to clean, as it will have to endure outdoor elements.
- Make sure the furniture on your balcony is lightweight and easy to move. Unlike your indoor furniture, it will need to be more mobile so you can move it as needed (i.e. to get out of the sun).
Check back next week for Steven G.’s tips on how to best plan for the amazing floor-to-ceiling views in the residences. Don’t forget to stop by the Trump Hollywood Design Center for even more great advice.