This outstanding Miami loft is a female cave designed by Tiffany Howel, an interior designer and co-founder of Nigh Palm for Jena Covelo, founder of the beauty brand Agent Nateur.
The apartment is located on the highest buildings projected by Sweden architecture office Herzog & de Meuron in the Miami neighborhood of Sunny Isles. This floor has two condos with two bedrooms and a private elevator and all the potential to be someone’s dream house.
After living several years in Los Angeles, Jena Covello, founder of the beauty brand Agent Nateur, decided to come back to the West Coast. Jena is originally from New Jersey. So she moved to Miami to enjoy the relaxed lifestyle and the sunny weather.
Moving Forward, thanks to the fantastic view, Jenna decided to buy the Miami apartment. The apartment seemed like it was taken out of Lana Del Rey’s videos, but it still needed some touches. Her friend Aimee Osbourne introduced her to the interior designer Tiffany Howell, and Jenna fell in love with her projects.
The designer and Jenna connected instantly. The project took five months to finish, and it was during the pandemic, so the designer worked remotely.
In order to create an airy and open space, the designer connected the kitchen, dining area the kitchen with the balcony. There are sun loungers outdoor, making the place welcoming to guests to admire the beautiful view. Tiffany wanted that the exteriors areas felt like an extension of the interior space.
INSIDE THE BEAUTIFUL MIAMI APARTMENT
To start the project, Tiffany made a sensorial study with Jenna to understand what they want to feel in their homes.
Therefore, she analyses fragrances, musical tastes, favorite places to visit, and other curiosities. After that, the two create a playlist that defines the mood for the renovations. In this case, it was an 80´s mix of music.
Both people involved in the renovation of the house have a fashion taste reflected in the upholstered. The designer combined neutral tones like white and beige with some colorful touches that reflect the pink of the Miami sunset. They also incorporated textures such as velvet with metallic elements.
To create a sexy, welcoming, and calm space, Tiffany incorporated multiple curves and sizes on the furniture and the accessories on display. Always having into consideration Jena Covello’s personality. In addition, the designer added various pieces of art to brighten up the space. Among the most favorite accessories, there is the Ettore Sottsass mirror in the main room; table, and mirror that look like Bulgari jewels.
According to the designer, the apartment evokes the vibes of Lana Del Rey or Sade music. In fact, for Jena, the Miami apartment is a real piece of art.
Credits: Architectural Digest