© Submitted Jinx McDonald Interior Designs has finalized the design for the interior of the furnished Collins model at Eleven Eleven Central.
The Ronto Group announced Jinx McDonald Interior Designs has finalized the interior design for the furnished 305 Collins model at Eleven Eleven Central, a new walkable/bikeable, access-controlled community being built by the award-winning developer on Central Avenue between 10th Street and Goodlette-Frank Road in downtown Naples. Construction of the Phase I building remains on schedule for completion this spring. Ronto’s Phase I offering features five two-bedroom, two-bedroom plus den, and three-bedroom open-concept floor plans ranging from 1,407 to 2,297 square feet of total living space, including covered outdoor balconies. Two of the floor plans, the 1,407 square foot Atlantic and the 1,736 square foot Avalon, are sold out. A choice selection of residences remains available, including the furnished 305 Collins residence that is available for purchase with a leaseback. Pricing on the unsold residences starts at $835,000.
The neighborhood-facing 305 Collins model is priced at $970,000, including finishes and furnishings valued at $114,205. The two-bedroom plus den, two-and-a-half bath plan includes 1,947 total square feet with 1,757 square feet under air. The spacious living area opens to a covered balcony and includes a great room, dining area, and island kitchen. The owner’s suite features two walk-in closets, a bath with his and her’s vanities, and a bedroom with a sitting area. Three unfurnished neighborhood-facing Collins residences priced from $855,000 to $910,000 are also available.
Jinx McDonald’s Minka McDonald, ASID, LEED AP, GREEN AP and Beth Walker-Fenton, ASID, and Design Assistant Courtney Chase have created an interior with an urban resort feeling for the 305 Collins model. The look is chic, glamorous, and exceptionally comfortable. The design’s neutral color palette will feature layers of texture and include Extra White wall tones, creams, pewters, champagnes, and platinum with steel blue accents. Flooring in the living areas and on the balcony will be 30 x 30-inch creamy rectified porcelain tile.
The design’s sophistication will be established in the foyer where a circular mirror with a silver frame and an entry chest with a bold sunburst motif on the ivory-toned door front will greet visitors. The frame and circular door pull on the entry chest will have an ebony finish. An antique silver pendant lighting fixture with circular elements will add another touch of elegance.
A wall treatment on the great room’s feature wall will provide a memory point. Flat stock in a dark, graphite toned finish will divide the wall into three panels. The center panel will be clad in a pearl colored mica wall covering. The television will be mounted on the mica covered wall. Below the center panel, a console with a black truffle frame and hammered silver door fronts will offer storage space. The flanking panels will have vertical and rectangular mirrors to enhance the room’s spacious feeling. Furnishings will include a clean-lined sectional sofa and chaise with a java base and cream toned washable Crypton fabric. A silver finished cocktail table will be presented in two pieces that can be separated. An angular side chair will have a stainless-steel frame, a channeled back and base, and pearlescent faux ostrich leather. Between the side chair and the sectional will be a dual-finish end table 20-inches in diameter with a stainless-steel top and bottom with the top wrapped in a grey wood. The neutral grouping will be anchored by a steel blue area rug. The great room slider will be flanked by stationary drapery panels in an ivory, pewter, and champagne embroidered fabric.
The adjacent dining area will feature a table with a Wenge crescent-shaped base and a glass top. Contemporary dining chairs will be finished in champagne leather with a strie pattern and java frames. A 40.5-inch wide chandelier with milky glass squares framed in silver metal frames will be suspended over the dining table. In the kitchen, the island and perimeter cabinetry will have slab fronts in a rich Toronto graphite-toned finish against white quartz countertops. The backsplash will be fashioned from champagne glass tile run on the diagonal. Three contemporary adjustable height white leather swivel counter stools at the island will include a polished stainless-steel base and footrest.
The den will feature a wall unit that mimics the wall treatment in the great room. The den wall will, again, be broken into three panels separated by flat stock, this time with the mirror in the center panel and the mica wall covering on the flanking and lower panels. Sconces that are companion pieces to the dining area chandelier will be placed on the left and right mica covered panels. Two consoles in the Toronto graphite-toned finish will be placed beneath the three panels and have bookshelves lined with books and accessories and two narrow drawers. The consoles will also serve as a device charging station. For relaxation, there will be two chaise lounges in a sumptuous pearlescent velvet with a laser cut abstract pattern and rich dark frames. Two moveable end tables with a rich grey Havana finish will provide a surface for a beverage or for writing while relaxing on the chaises. A pendant light fixture in a silver geometric pattern, an oversized silver mirror that mimics the mica wall covering, and an art piece in a steel blue color will complete the look.
In the owner’s bedroom, the entire headboard wall will be clad in wallpaper in shades of ivory, cream, graphite and a bit of steel blue that create the look of an abstract watercolor landscape mural. The fully upholstered bed will be finished in a soft white linen look fabric and include a channeled headboard as well as walnut feet. The nightstands will feature a dark cerused mink finish with silver detail striping and an inset glass top. A polished nickel architectural looking table lamp with interlocking squares will sit on each nightstand. The dresser will be presented in a matching finish. Additional furnishings will include a brushed stainless-steel base lounge chair with channeled platinum grey upholstery and two 76-inch tall vertical mirrors with silver leaf frames and a stylized rectangle within a rectangle shape broken at the top and bottom. In the owner’s bath, slab front touch-latch vanities will be finished in a dark tone and arctic white quartz countertops. Brushed nickel circular style lighting fixtures with candlestick lamps behind frosted glass will be mounted above the vanities. In the shower, the 30 x 30-inch soft creamy beige porcelain flooring tile will run up the focal wall and include a 2 x 2-inch mosaic detail.
Residents of Eleven Eleven Central will enjoy a vast array of resort-style amenities, including a 60,000 square feet courtyard amenity deck with a 3,500 square-foot resort style pool. The outdoor amenities will be expanded during Phase II to include a lushly landscaped 20,400 square-foot Courtyard Park. Eleven Eleven Central will also invite residents to enjoy a nearly 4,000-square foot clubroom that will provide an ideal setting for socializing, a nearly 4,000-square foot fitness center, and a unique, dedicated arcade/game room and theatre room that will be located on the second floor of the community’s commercial building on Central Avenue. Six community guest suites that can be reserved for visiting friends and family members will be provided. Resident storage areas and bike storage areas will also be included.
The Eleven Eleven Central on-site sales center at 1101 Central Avenue in downtown Naples is open daily. For additional information, visit 1111Central.Com.
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