A Pretty in Pink Palm Beach Mansion

Today, for purely selfish reasons, I am sharing this amazing pink Palm Beach mansion that was featured in Veranda magazine in February 2019. Why selfish? Because, I just adore pink and green as well as antique homes and my entire Nook Cottage is in this color palette. Also, it’s Friday and since I used to have a regular Friday post called Friday Pretty I feel justified in basically just posting these gorgeous rooms. And gushing… And hoping no one compares this amazing historic 1920’s Palm Beach water-front mansion with my tiny little 1920’s New England water-front cottage!

Designer Susan Zises Green Photographer Francesco Lagnese Veranda Magazine brick front Palm Beach Pink mansion

First and foremost, the credits:

INTERIOR DESIGN BY SUSAN ZISES GREEN
INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE BY SMITH ARCHITECTURAL GROUP
PHOTOGRAPHY BY FRANCESCO LAGNESE

Designer Susan Zises Green Photographer Francesco Lagnese Veranda Magazine entry Palm Beach Pink mansion

Those ceilings are amazing, aren’t they?

Designer Susan Zises Green Photographer Francesco Lagnese Veranda Magazine Palm Beach living room Pink mansion

I literally cannot swoon harder over these ceilings.

Designer Susan Zises Green Photographer Francesco Lagnese Veranda Magazine ceiling Palm Beach Pink mansion

I love the simplicity of the window treatments. Circle top windows can be tricky and I am loving the simple French rods with plaid and gingham (looking, hard to tell) fabrics in the living room above and dining room below. They are dressy but not overwhelming. I also love that they aren’t mounted all the way to the moulding. I actually really dislike having too much real estate between the tops of the windows and the rods. Yes, I know, high and wide! But, sometimes, they are installed too high, to my eye, and the vertical line of the super long drapery ends up out of proportion. These are beautifully proportioned for the height and volume of the space.

Designer Susan Zises Green Photographer Francesco Lagnese Veranda Magazine green dining room Palm Beach Pink mansion

The kitchen below was a bit of a surprise for me. It’s from Officine Gullo of Florence. On its own, it’s quite spectacular, but I’m missing the warmth of the home. Perhaps if the walls weren’t white but maybe a soft blue? The copper pieces warm up the space – possibly more copper could have been incorporated.

Designer Susan Zises Green Photographer Francesco Lagnese Veranda Magazine white kitchen Palm Beach Pink mansion

The image below of the loggia is what caught my eye on Pinterest while scrolling through. I have a subscription to Veranda, I have no idea why I missed this home when it was in print. Am wondering if I forgot to read the issue…

Designer Susan Zises Green Photographer Francesco Lagnese Veranda Magazine loggia outdoor space Palm Beach Pink mansion

I’m now thinking of recovering my outdoor cushions with a lovely pale pink indoor/outdoor fabric. And pretending I’m looking up at yet another magnificent ceiling. In truth, of course, I don’t have a ceiling over my tiny back deck, but a girl can dream!

The lush grounds were done by Landscape Designer Mario Nievera of Nievera Williams Landscape Architecture.

Landscape designer Mario Nievera Photographer Francesco Lagnese Veranda Magazine garden Palm Beach Pink mansion

There’s plenty more photos of this gorgeous pink Palm Beach mansion over at Veranda.

I’ve put together a shopping boutique inspired by the loggia in this beautiful home. (Disclaimer: this boutique includes affiliate links. When you purchase, a small commission is paid to me at no additional cost to you. This helps support this blog).

xoxo Linda Would you like my Favorite Tips for a Well-Decorated Home? Click here!

6 thoughts on “A Pretty in Pink Palm Beach Mansion”

  1. Hello Linda, A thoroughly agreeable house and design scheme. It does need a bit of personalization and history of the current owner, but the architecture is amazing. That decorator/trophy kitchen, though, is awful. And who knows what they demolished in order to build it. Your idea of blue walls is a good one but I am afraid that it would only be a tiny step in reducing its commercial, uncomfortable aspects. I am glad you ended with those great patio and outdoor photos.
    –Jim

    • Hi Jim – yes, the stark white kitchen is a bit of a needle scratch after all the soft feminine lines of the rest of the house. If it had been cream and brass with all the modern lines it would have been less of a surprise. Ah well. I may do some investigating to see what was there before reno. It might not have been anything specials, to be honest.

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