This tropical British Virgin Islands oasis features three 8,000-square-foot beach villas, each with five bedrooms and open plan living and dining areas. Lush and beautiful landscaping provides privacy while still allowing unobstructed views of the breathtaking Sir Francis Drake Channel.
The Hawaiian residence boasts over 2,000 square feet of covered exterior living space with breathtaking ocean, mountain and sunset views. At night, when the exterior is all aglow, the home is a sight to behold on its own.
A bookshelf was placed in the remodeled closet behind a leather wingback chair, creating a cozy spot to read in this home office. Coastal bookends and accessories coordinate with the tropical theme of the rest of the room.
Large windows and doors that open into outdoor spaces allow for an open-air quality throughout the rooms in this beachfront home. The living room features soft, neutral furniture paired with medium grain wood accents, like the exposed beam ceiling. An open window provides direct access to the outdoor patio.
Covered Outdoor Dining and Seating Area With Kitchen and Vaulted Ceiling
This covered outdoor dining and seating area features a table and multiple seating options for lounging in the shade by the pool. Wicker stools line the kitchen countertop, while ceiling fans hang from the vaulted wood paneled ceiling.
Enticing Home Exterior With Brick Driveway and Walkway, Arched Wood Front Doors and Garden Framed Entrance
A brick driveway extends into a walkway toward the entrance creating a gorgeous, textured base for the exterior of this home. Mirrored garden sections and potted trees frame the way to the arched front door. Outdoor sconces cast a warm glow to brighten the home.
This small sitting area might have a neutral palette, but the vibrant patterns bring it to life. With these intricate designs, the grasscloth walls, wicker basket and sisal rug, this space feels like a relaxing paradise where one can cozy in and enjoy a good book.
The dark-hued library was conceived as a more masculine workspace outfitted with a nineteenth century drafting table and a metal shelving unit. Tropical curtains and Batik-inspired sofa cushions lend a tropical vibe.
This soft neutral bedroom boasts large windows and doorways that offer patio access and allow natural light to flood the space. White and neutral bed linens give the room an airy look, while an ivory chaise lounge provides a cozy spot for relaxing. Indoor and outdoor palm trees complete the tropical vibe.
This tropical bedroom features a quaint sitting area in one corner. Two white slip-covered chairs sit in front of a built-in shelf, which holds several decorative storage baskets, candles and fresh flowers.
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.
The type of moving glass wall you choose depends in part on the effect you want to achieve when open and closed — an especially important decision if you want to maximize great views. “In the closed position, folding doors have more vertical stiles due to the panel width limitation; therefore, they impose greater view obstruction when compared to sliding doors. Sliding doors allow for larger panels, which results in fewer vertical posts and more unobstructed views,” says Ximena Rojas, Marketing Director for Panda Windows & Doors.
Tropical Sitting Room With Casual Rattan Furniture
The sitting room is full of pitch-perfect character for a tropical estate — thatched detail on the ceiling, rattan furniture, botanical cushions and big leaf plants. French doors lead to the lush grounds, perfect for easy indoor-outdoor entertaining.