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We are Featured in Coquina Magazine!

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We Are Featured in Houzz! Geology 101: A Craving for Coral-Inspired Design

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Mid-Century Renaissance

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Tropic Magazine 

Mid-Century home in Hypoluxo Island

Mid-Century home in Hypoluxo Island (pages 37-42)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Palm Beach Post- Hypoluxo Island

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A Modernist home masterpiece — Duo renovates 1950s Hypoluxo Island house

Posted: 3:38 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014

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By Barbara Marshall – Palm Beach Post Staff Writer

 Modern design doesn’t get much love in this part of South Florida.

From McMansions to strip shopping centers, the arches and columns of Mediterranean Revival reign supreme.

“It had great bones; it’s just a wonderful space,” said Silberstein.

But there was one problem: Every room needed to be repurposed, so the main living areas faced nature instead of the street.

“We turned the whole house upside down,” said Silberstein of the new, light-filled floor plan which angles around the backyard and the original pool. “Now it’s a wonderful Florida house.”

So, the living room became the master bedroom. The master bedroom became the living room. A former carport became a kitchen. And the old kitchen became the hot-pink-and-turquoise lair of the couple’s 9-year-old daughter, Ava.

“It’s my dream bedroom,” Ava said, showing off its array of happy colors and peppy fabrics.

“We wanted to respect the past but make it clean and modern for the way we live,” said Devlin.

The renovation stayed within the home’s original footprint, except for the addition of an outdoor Florida room with built-in bar, decorated with vintage porch furniture from Baldassari’s grandparents.

The house demonstrates the high style quotient of dozens of gallons of white paint slathered on brick walls, beamed ceilings, roof and exterior walls. Suddenly, what seemed old and gray is happy and bright. Sticking to all-white makes the small house seem larger and ramps up its modernist sensibilities.

Several pieces of furniture left by previous owners were painted and reupholstered, with the help of West Palm Beach interior designer Jacki Mallick.

 


We Are Featured in Palm Beach Illustrated!

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Another Great Client Review!

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We are pleased to announce another successful project completed with an amazing review on Houzz.com.

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Hire us for your next interior design project so we can make you one of our satisfied clients!


We Were Chosen As “Look Of The Week” by Haute Residence

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We are pleased to announce that we were chosen by Haute Magazine for their “Look of the Week”. Click Here to View It:


Jupiter Magazine, March 2013

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Palm Beach Daily News, February 21, 2013

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YOUR FAMILY DECORATOR

Making new, revisiting old friends on Antique Row
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By Carleton Varney

Jacki Mallick’s Designs

Jacki Mallick’s Designs shop at 3715 S. Dixie Highway has a great new storefront that you aren’t likely to miss as you pass by. It is painted in wide, horizontal stripes of cerulean blue and white.

I recently stopped by Jacki’s atelier for a look at her merchandise, which included a lovely selection of vintage mirrors that evoked Hollywood glamour of the 1940s. There also were some original Slim Aarons photographs of yesterday’s Palm Beach on the walls, beautifully framed and ready to remind today’s Palm Beachers of the days gone by. I knew Slim Aarons and always enjoyed the photographs he took of the kings of Hollywood, including Clark, Gary and Jimmy — their last names, as if you needed them, were Gable, Cooper and Stewart.

When you stop by Jacki’s shop, don’t miss the yard in the rear, where she has assembled a great variety of furnishings for the pool or the patio, from end tables to pool deck chairs and, of course, glamorous chaises. You’re likely to meet Jackie and she will be, as always, glamorously attired to greet her guests.

Palm Beacher Carleton Varney is president of Dorothy Draper & Co., an international design firm with offices in New York, West Palm Beach, London and White Sulphur Springs, W.Va. His latest book is Mr. Color. You can e-mail him at cvarney@dorothydraper.com


Empress of the Eye – Wednesday, January 30, 2013

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Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Jacki Mallick Arrives on Antique Row!Last week a new shop opened
on South Dixie Highway and
you can’t miss it!
It’s pops on Antique Row
like no other business.
Jacki Mallick has filled her new shop
with a hand curated collection
of table top items, antiques, fun furnishings and I
found some great hostess gifts
for the season.