With a style the designers coined "Balinese contemporary," this California beach house fits right in with its beautiful surroundings. Palm trees stand tall in front of the home, completing the quintessential beach look.
Inspired by Balinese style, this home uses bifolding doors to create a seamless transition to the outdoors. Meanwhile, stone pillars and a Peruvian-travertine floor define this covered lounge ahead of the pool.
Blending Balinese pod-style architecture with their own contemporary design aesthetics and placing it in a southwestern setting was no easy task, but Tate Studio Architects somehow makes it look effortless. Note how the home's neutral exterior perfectly complements the colors of the desert.
The style of the master bedroom—and much of the home in general—is a blending of Balinese and contemporary styles. A sliding pocket door opens to connects the bedroom to a gorgeous spa bathroom and closet.
This open plan kitchen was inspired by Balinese indoor outdoor living as well as mid-century modern style. The clerestory offers operable windows creating light and a sense of the home's forest surroundings.