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We asked some of South Florida’s most stylish citizens, all of who make a living helping others call Miami home, to give us a tour of their favorite private quarters. From legendary designer Cecil Hayes and her patio to hot shot builder Bart Reines and his family dining nook, our local luminaries share why they love their personal spaces and exactly how they put them together.

Ben Burle The home office
Ben Burle, landscape artist, Midtown
Cynthia Whitaker The bedroom
Cynthia Whitaker, interior designer, Boca Raton
Anthony Askowitz The living room
Anthony Askowitz, real estate broker, Pinecrest
Rafaela Simoes The family room
Rafaela Simoes, interior designer, North Miami Beach
Cecil Hayes The patio
Cecil Hayes, interior designer, Parkland
Bart Reines The dining nook
Bart Reines, builder, Bay Point
Carole Smith The pool
Carole Smith, real estate broker, Coconut Grove
PHOTOGRAPHY BY FELIPE CUEVAS

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