David Fruscione channeled the ancient art of origami when designing this back entryway, and folded his own cranes to incorporate into the space. When designer David Fruscione, of Republic of Decor in Naples, was asked to take part, the COVID-19 lockdown had just begun and he found himself with some unexpected free time. Designer Jeffrey Fisher, co-chair of the project, approached Fruscione about participating. “I was thrilled,” Fruscione says. “They offered me the entryway, the hallway that connects the bedrooms and the powder room – I absolutely love cool powder rooms.”
It’s clear he loves cool hallways, as well. The 65-foot-long space that connects the new bedrooms with the rest of the home was transformed by a custom mural wallpaper…
The Ronald McDonald House of Southwest Florida, in Fort Myers, provides a home away from home for families with children receiving treatment at Golisano Children’s Hospital. To better handle an ever-increasing number of visiting families, the house completed an expansion that added a new wing late last year.
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