Donald and Lisa Pliner (and dog Babydoll).
The gated driveway leads to a courtyard with a working fountain and parking space for 15 cars.
Wooden bears near the stairway to Starr’s room offer “protection,” her father said.
Handwoven rugs decorate the floor of the master bedroom, where tribal drums serve as nightstands.
The courtyard-like living room showcases art from around the world.
Villa Stella’s bright-blue color had to be approved by the city beforehand.
The sprawling kitchen on the home’s main floor offers views of the pool and backyard.
The original owner commissioned an artist to paint a mosaic around the living room’s skylights.
A wrought-iron staircase leads to the roof, which offers sweeping views of the Miami skyline.
The mural in Starr’s room features Babydoll in the elephant’s basket.