This country-style great room, seen from within the dining area, features a rustic round dining table as well as a rustic coffee table and bar cart. The space also includes a large, white sectional sofa that's placed in front of a wide picture window with floor-length green curtain.
Vintage rattan ottomans pair perfectly with a sleeper sofa from Linea and lightweight linen sheer drapes in this modern living room. The neutral space has large windows for letting in natural light and enjoying the oceanfront views.
A wall of stacked stone continues into the glass-enclosed shower, adding visual interest to this contemporary bathroom. Floating shelves next to the shower provide open storage space for towels and other bathroom necessities.
A luxurious soaking tub with a marble surround is the ultimate place to relax and unwind in this master bathroom. Shutter-style doors open up to a private garden, adding to the appeal of this elegant space. Beautifully carved his and hers vanities feature a mirrored storage closet to separate the spaces, and a tray ceiling above the bathtub completes the design.
This large great room features a living area at one end, dining table in the middle and gourmet kitchen at the other end. Glass doors on both sides extend the entertaining potential outside, connecting the room to two different courtyards.
Neutral wicker furniture is combined with a glass coffee table and elegant lantern chandelier for a comfortable outdoor seating area. Exposed wood ceiling, stucco walls and textured neutral brick patio evoke a southwestern feel, overlooking the beautiful pool area.
Recessed, light-stained wood cabinets and a wood slat ceiling add warmth and texture to this tropical, contemporary kitchen. A drop ceiling and modern pendant lights hang over the waterfall marble island. Green tile backsplash injects a subtle pop of color.
In this elegant lake house, the kitchen and dining room are connected through an extra wide doorway that gives the two spaces an open feeling and allows for people and food to move easily throughout the two spaces making entertainment a breeze.
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A coffered ceiling with white beams holds court over this two-story transitional living room. The room's dominant color is orange, as seen in the lengthy silk drapes, armchairs, artwork and throw pillows. The room offers plenty of seating and space for entertaining.