Theory Design’s Vice President of Design Ruta Menaghlazi and interior designer Adriene Ged are creating the interior design for Seagate Development Group’s furnished Burrata model in the Ancona neighborhood at Miromar Lakes Beach & Golf Club. Priced at $3,295,000 with furnishings, the Burrata model includes 4,068 square feet under air and a massive outdoor living area measuring 1,058 square feet. The open-concept plan features a living area that includes a spacious grand room, an island kitchen, and a dining area. The plan’s study can be tasked as a formal dining room. The grand room and the dining area have pocketing sliders that open to an outdoor living area featuring a two-sided fireplace, an outdoor kitchen, and conversation and dining areas. The plan also features four bedrooms, one of which is a VIP guest suite, four and a half baths, a pool bath, and a three-car garage. The master bedroom’s sitting area opens to the outdoors. The master suite also includes walk-in closets and a bath with dual vanities, dual water closets, a free-standing tub, and a walk-in shower.
Rich Guzman, Principal Designer at R.G. Designs, Inc., has created a transitional modern exterior architectural style for the Burrata model. Inside, Ruta and Adriene’s clean-lined, modern design will convey a timeless sense of casual elegance while counter-balancing the modern exterior with warm walnut, mid to dark-toned hardwood flooring, and matte black fixtures. Reverse soffit ceiling details with LED back lighting will give the ceilings the appearance of floating in space. The model’s roof has been completed and framing and window installation are poised to begin.
The Burrata’s foyer will feature a wood detail in a herringbone floor inlay, niches with furniture pieces and artwork, and a chandelier. The feature wall in the living area offers molding details with organic elements. Floating shelves will reflect natural elements of sea coral and woods collected through travels to different ports. Furnishings will include a neutral sectional sofa with colorful accent pillows, two swivel lounge chairs, and a large cocktail table. Natural light will stream into the adjacent kitchen through a window over the cooktop that overlooks a private garden with a six-foot privacy wall. The perimeter of the kitchen will showcase a backsplash that will provide a note of texture, white cabinetry with stacked upper cabinets featuring glass doors, and either granite or quartzite counter surfaces. Appliances will include a double wall oven and a built-in refrigerator. A full-height cabinet will be positioned on one side of the refrigerator. The kitchen will also include a walk-in pantry. The dining area will include a dark wooden table with chairs upholstered with cream-toned fabric, a dry bar with glass cabinetry and a wine cooler, and a floating wood ceiling detail. The Burrata’s study