The Volks' backyard features a fire pit, pavilion, pool and pool house. The backyard has no irrigation and 90% of the plants are native to Florida
The Volks kept the original "Whitehouse" address plaque and added the contemporary "II" below it to honor the original home that was on the property
When the Volks took out a window that looked in on their master bathroom, Nancy Volk decided to pay homage to the Ringling Museum, down the street from their home by painting
plexi glass to look like the colorful windows in the Ringling Mansion.
This chair has a special place in the piano room and in Nancy Volkâ€™s heart. She received the chair when she was 12 years old and it has traveled with her throughout her life. It has been recovered multiple times.
The glass door knobs from the original home have been repurposed into finials on the drape rods.
The pecky cypress table was created from pieces of paneling that were in the original home. The Volks were originally going to put glass on top of the table but didnâ€™t like the look of it and thought it took away from the texture of the piece. â€śWe are the only people who have to vacuum their dining room table,â€ť says Nancy Volk. The ridges and hole
A series of paintings by Lin Christopher of Roswell, Ga., takes up one of their walls in the living room. Instead of painting many of their walls different colors, the Volks have added color by putting up large art pieces.
The Volks have collected hundreds of matchboxes from different restaurants they have visited and have used some of them as shadow-box art in their home.