Award winning interior design firm, Beasley & Henley Interior Design, was selected by WCI Communities to provide the interior design for the 15,252 sqft amenity space at the new Arborwood Preserve town center in Fort Myers FL.  Arborwood Preserve is a 332 acre master planned town center off Plantation Gardens Drive offering a resort lifestyle for today’s active homeowner.

Beasley & Henley’s team of designers will design the amenity spaces in the large town center which will be the hub of social activities and community events.  Amenities such as a café, fitness studio, comfortable spa room, fun card rooms, craft area and a board room are just some of the spaces that are planned. A clubhouse theater is also being created to host both film aficionados and sports fans. A 2,428-square-foot banquet hall will accommodate special events.

The Beasley & Henley design team will create a strong focus on the outdoor living spaces featuring the resort-style pool, expansive deck and lounge area.

Another key exterior feature at Arborwoods will be the large covered bar dining area for casual meals.  

The design theme that Beasley & Henley will create for Arborwood will be based on the casual southwest Florida lifestyle with specific touches to highlight each of the town center’s unique amenity areas. 

‘We are creating each area to reflect the lifestyle of the residents,” says Beasley & Henley Design Principal, Troy Beasley. “For example the café will have a great area to relax in with a real cafe vibe including interesting niches for residents to gather and chat with friends.”

Beasley notes that the all the spaces will flow together but can be enjoyed separately as well.

“The card room is going to be so fun, and the residents will really enjoy the style of the outdoor bar and casual dining area as well,” continues Beasley.

Construction of Arborwood Preserve will begin in 2016 with home models opening first to showcase all the possibilities of the Arborwood Preserve lifestyle. Arborwood Preserve homes start in the low-$200,000s.