The homeowner’s surf board finds a perfect landing spot in the guest bedroom. Guests can sense the nearby ocean in this blue and green tropical retreat. Designer fabric was outline- quilted for the custom bedding.
Removal of a kitchen wall opens the space for additional cabinetry and an expanded bar. White Shaker cabinets are the new standard for coastal kitchens. Counters are easy-care white quartz. Green glass backsplash connects with the lush landscape outside.
The bar area with a built-in beverage cooler has clear glass upper cabinets with lighting. Original terrazzo flooring from the 1960’s villa was restored. Picnic-style dining table is perfect for vacation-minded meals.
New kitchen layout wraps the cabinets around a corner for a more open feeling and additional storage.
Coastal style elements are white Shaker cabinets, light blue glass backsplash tile, granite counter and porcelain tile floors for this efficient, easy-care kitchen.
The sculptural look of the Brizo kitchen faucet stands out on the island. The backsplash is ceramic subway tile. Glass upper cabinets lighten the wall of cabinetry.
Great for entertaining—a comfortable sectional sofa separates the large living area from the kitchen and dining space. The party can flow outside through the sliding glass doors into the patio and pool area.
Plantation shutters allow for a light-filled space. A rustic dining table blends into the living room. The large coffee table has a dramatic, organic look with its natural root base and glass top. Matching mid-century style blue leather sofas pay respect to the origins of the 1960’s beach getaway villa.
Slipcovered sofas, a wing chair with nailhead trim, iron and wicker all imply traditional style. The beige linen fabrics, striped rug, blue pillows and plantation shutters say Southern Comfort.
This 1980’s home goes contemporary with sophisticated twin sofas, bright red Italian leather recliners, porcelain “wood plank” tile floors and a fresh light gray, aqua, and red color scheme.