When Tiffani Thiessen tapped interior designer Kristin Alber to collaborate on a fresh, feminine redesign of her home office, she envisioned an elevated yet functional creative sanctuary. The office incorporates this elegant aesthetic with original vintage doors and windows, custom-built casegoods, piles of plush pillows, luxe bronze and marble finishes, and eye-catching wallpaper from Tempaper, the leading manufacturer of self-adhesive eco-safe wall coverings. The brand’s Distressed Gold Leaf wallpaper creates an enchanting accent wall behind one of the desks, its pearlescent finish reflecting the light that streams through the glass French doors. The Peonies Noir pattern from Tempaper was also used in the adjacent powder room, creating a striking statement in the petite space while coordinating with the rest of the design scheme. The office also includes a sitting room with a stunning navy velvet sofa, swivel ottomans, a vibrant rug and a personalized gallery wall. Two custom desks add an extra personal touch while maintaining the bright, airy openness of the room; TempaperDesigns.com.
During the height of stay-at-home orders, award-winning Photographer Wioletta Bublik set out to capture Key Biscayne families during quarantine in front of their homes. What she documented has been an inspiration for all those following her journey on social media and around the world.
In The Price of Justice: Money, Morals and Ethical Reform in Law, veteran Washington lawyer and Key Biscayne resident, Ronald Goldfarb raises the curtain on the subject of our justice and lawyering systems — an issue that has received increased attention in recent years.