When choosing outdoor furnishings, “I wanted to make sure it was something that actually gels with bungalow architecture,” explains interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn, “which is arts and crafts and laid back.”
In the front of the home, landscape designers used plants native to the area to create a beautiful oasis to greet the family and their guests as they arrive at the home. In the midst of the landscaping, designers used large stones to frame a pond for an even more relaxing aesthetic.
This unique piece of art, featured on an exterior wall, was a discovery at a local neighborhood art fair. Thanks to its teal hues and driftwood look, the piece easily complements the lounge's coastal aesthetic.
A wood fence not only separates the meadow from the rest of the home, but also furthers the sense of being in the country. Thanks to its earthy hues, the piece pairs beautifully with shrubs and other plants, too.
A contemporary dining table is paired with midcentury modern dining chairs, while eye-catching artwork bursts with color above a sleek black buffet. Large glass doors open to the outdoors, giving the space a fresh, breezy feel.
This hallway, leading from one room to another, features art books, art, candlesticks and a tall floral arrangement placed strategically on a contemporary wood and glass table for visual interest. Through the doorway, you can see a red table and chairs placed upon a patterned area rug and white tile floor that is in keeping with the contemporary design.
A traditional fireplace, modern art and vintage furniture pieces combine to create a transitional aesthetic in this cheery living room. A creamy white animal hide rug centers the space and softens the hardwood floors.
This stylish dining and kitchen area is contemporary and comfortable for its Florida homeowners. Designed by TriplePoint Design Build, the open concept space features interesting light fixtures, flat-front kitchen cabinetry, ample seating and well-placed accents that play nicely against the beach scene featured in the background.
A petite modern desk floats in the center of this modern home office, taking maximum advantage of the room’s floor-to-ceiling windows and sweeping views. A soft traditional rug mixes with an array of sleek furnishings that nod to the work of modern masters.
This open plan design allows for maximum square footage for people and entertaining. Spaces were planned to take advantage of the windows and water views. The spaces share an open ceiling space clad with shiplap, adding to the coastal vibe. Tech Lighting was added across the space with many heads so that at night, light can be tossed up to the ceiling to keep the room from feeling cavernous.