Coral Castle - Homestead, Florida Coral Castle doesn't look much like a castle, but that hasn't discouraged generations of tourists from wanting to see it. That's because it was built by one man, Ed Leedskalnin, a Latvian immigrant who single-handedly and mysteriously excavated, carved, and erected over 2.2 million pounds of coral rock to build this place, even though he stood only five feet tall and weighed a mere 100 pounds.
Interior designer Elissa Cullman introduced color and pattern to this elegant master bedroom with a cream needlepoint rug with blue, green and coral floral vines. Large expanses of pale yellow-green walls and fabrics feel calming. The tall ceiling arches are trimmed in white to reflect the light from the cut glass chandelier. one of the Second floor bedrooms, matches the bathroom