"When we started this partnership it really brought a new perspective to the space," says Kelli. "I had a lot of confidence in their selection because Cantoni has such beautiful pieces and knows how to curate a space. It's great for us to be able to show people how different furnishings can transform a space. We wanted to present the color schemes and give potential buyers a sense for what their home could look like.”
The tower’s 158 residences including two-, three- and four- bedroom homes, will range in size from 1,300 square feet to more than 7,000. "For the model, we wanted to keep it neutral and warm to help prospective residents envision themselves living in their own space," says Josh. To give potential buyers a sense for each home’s stunning views, floor to ceiling photographs of the Dallas skyline adorn the model’s walls. "We opted for low profile furniture to let the city’s architecture take center stage. And because it’s also an open floor plan we wanted to keep the flow of the space conversational and inviting.”
While residents will have complimentary access to Cantoni design consultants and custom closet design services once the building is complete, Josh was already getting excited about the pieces chosen for the model. "One of my favorites is the tufted master bed from Italy," notes Josh. "We have such a huge portfolio of pieces and because we offer a full range of design services and customization options, we can make each resident’s home completely unique," adds Josh.
With the new model came a new energy to the project overall. “Bringing in Cantoni really brought a new life to our showroom,” concludes Kelli.