Palmilla Beach Resort E-Zine - Autumn, 2020

Judy uses the beauty of Port Aransas in her interiors, with stunning views becoming artwork and beach photography that plays on the nautical themes of the Texas coast. The sheer abundance of fish and bird species in the geography mean that these motifs appear in upholstery patterns, wallpaper, ceramics, and décor items everywhere. According to Judy, wallpaper is back in a big way, as are sparkle shells, mixed metals, and glassware, which add a contemporary feel. One element Judy includes in all her homes are the colorful swivel chairs she features at her shops. In addition to being economical, they glide, spin and swivel, are low maintenance, and provide those fabulous pops of fun color so important in beach décor.

New materials and innovations are about comfort and relaxation meeting low maintenance. Judy stresses the importance of sturdy, practical outdoor furniture that withstands humidity, water, and the wind of the coastal climate without buckling. Outdoor pieces made from aluminum, recycled plastic, and stainless metals which she sells at her shops are perfect for their resilience. From colorful Adirondack chairs to beach umbrellas, lounges, tables, and outdoor hide rugs, your interior stye should flow effortlessly to your exterior spaces. Some of the ways Judy conceptualizes the ocean lifestyle is by using lots of natural materials like jute, wicker, shells, and even giant pieces of driftwood for table bases, etc. Seafoam greens, watery blues, creamy whites and surprising reds can all find a place in your custom home by the sea. Judy can incorporate porthole mirrors, woven fibers on lamps, ropes, and other repurposed nautical objects to make your getaway space unique to you. With people spending more time in their second homes than ever before, now is the time to create your own private retreat is as fresh, fun, and invigorating as you are.


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