I always feel so inspired by Key West. The colors, the lush gardens, the azur blue waters. It’s no secret why Key West is home to many artists. Upon our return home to Atlanta, our front room will be the first recipient of our renovation makeover. As inpiration, I’m drawing from the vibrancy of Key West.
After a quick stop at the Cuban Coffee Queen for a cup of café con leche, I wandered down the cobblestone sidewalk to find myself at the entrance of Style Key West. Situated in a section of the reconstructed Key West Terminus, the store itself is filled with whimsical home accents, island chic furniture and gorgeous glass lamps. The vibe is light and welcoming. From the first step through the grand double doors, I fell in love with the oversized picture windows, vaulted wood plank ceiling and exposed beams, all characteristic of classic Key West architecture. Owner and decorator Jo Coveny has seamlessly merged the décor flavor of the keys with classic farmhouse vintage. Thank you Jo for graciously allowing me to feature your charming store.