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Defined Interiors supports Pensacola Fundraiser by providing design
concepts for the Pensacola Symphony Show House at the
Lee House in Pensacola FL. This was the 2nd year that
Defined Interiors has been involved with the Symphony fundraiser by providing
design elements, this year for Suites 4 and 5 of the Lee House.
Descriptions of the two suites can be viewed below.
The Lee House is more than just a Bed and Breakfast and the design
concepts that are carefully integrated throughout speak to the
multifunctional capability of the house. Beyond being a Bed and
Breakfast it is a place for memorable gatherings from luncheons to
rehearsal dinners, afternoon tea with bridge, meetings away from the
office, and much more.
The showhouse will be open December 5th – 21st from 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Monday through Saturday and from 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM on Sundays.
Tickets for the tour are $20.00 per person and include light
refreshments provided by Norma’s. Proceeds go to benefit the local
Lee House – Suite 4
The incredible view of Pensacola Bay and the beautiful local foliage
inspires the coastal theme of Suite 4. A rich paint pallet of caramels
and greens used on the walls and ceiling creates an air of
sophistication yet provides for an overall feeling of comfort. The
furniture in the room has the most beautiful two toned geometric inlay
that inspires interest and creativity. A beautiful and colorful fabric
is used for the duvets and the contrasting fabric on the bedding which
enhances the informal mood. Lighting with a modern detail completes the
design and provides the finishing touch for this elegant island retreat.
Lee House – Suite 5
Reminiscent of the 1920’s and 1930’s, Suite 5 has a nostalgic feel and
classical design that is complemented with a wonderful view of the
enchanting courtyard of the Lee House. Rich Cafe finish woods with
touches of black leather and polished chrome enhance the overall design
elements of the room. Dramatic purple hues of paint bring a classic
balance and elegance to the room. Luxurious leopard fabric is used for
the duvets to bring an added detail of sophisticated elegance.
Contrasting accent fabrics used on the striking leather sleigh bed
creates a modern feeling with an art deco appeal. The lighting and
accessories create a contemporary feeling of quiet opalescence.