Simple wooden cabinets and neutral countertops combine with clean white walls for a welcoming kitchen. Warm yellow walls are used for the dining room, which mixes a rustic wood dining table with woven chairs and an Asian-inspired buffet table.
A dramatic entry to the garden features large native and tropical trees to help hide the view of the property from the street. Horizontal fencing, sculptural palms and large masses of tropical understory all help to create the sense of a lush, expansive entrance.
In the bedroom, a neutral palette with bits of glimmer is always a winning combination. Here, a tropical-inspired bedroom is uplifted by silver and bronze textiles with a subtle sheen. Dark wood furniture and the towering palm top off the polished look.
This property was once the location for the James Bond film "License to Kill". The front of the house and the shape of the pool had very minimal changes, but the rest of the garden had a complete makeover including the coping on the swimming pool.
Bright, Open Living Room Offers Stunning Water Views
A neutral color palette with crisp white furniture and rich brown accents creates a bright, tropical feel perfect for this bay-front living room. Tall ceilings and large windows help with the open, breezy atmosphere — and the breathtaking bay view doesn't hurt either.
This incredible historic home was built in 1936. Set right on the edge of the bay in Miami Beach, Fla., it offers breathtaking water views and incomparable luxury with 10 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, a pool, waterfall and extensive gardens.