The colored concrete floor in this sparkling white guest home adds depth to the simple color palette. By keeping the walls white and the floors one unified finish, this modest guest home feels more spacious.
The glass fence creates soft screening between the front yard, pool, house and the public sidewalk. It also provides shelter from the salt-laden wind for the veggie beds and a couple of small fruit trees. Salvaged grape stake fencing keeps dogs out of the veggie beds, without discouraging a neighborly chat or exchange of produce.
The narrow space between the main residence on the left and the new guest house on the right was developed into a shared entry and lush garden. Sweetwater Cherokee stepping stones lead to the Pacific Ocean.
This updated modern beach home features a mix of cedar and stucco siding. The new mahogany walkway leading to the pool continues into the house to provide access and a direct visual connection to the pool.
This contemporary Laguna Beach house is party-ready, with parking spaces for guests built right into the site. The modern architecture features a mix of stacked stone and concrete in a palette that blends in with the Southern California landscape.
This grand vacation home is fit to have a grand backyard with stunning landscaping, lots of grass and a boat dock. Take in the lush views from the patio or simply open up a window to see what's outside.
Upon entering this home, guest are greeted by a lovely gray door and an elegant modern dresser. This dresser shows off some of the local fare the family has gathered over the years and asked designers to incorporate into their new space. To make the space feel unique, designers added a speckled wallpaper and white mirror to bring the bright, Caribbean light into the space.
This living room is just off the kitchen in a unique home in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. The wall-to-wall seamless window brings in ample natural light and the coastal design gracefully complements the rest of the home.
A waterfront bedroom features zones for both sleeping and lounging, the latter featuring an arrangement of overfilled, comfy chairs and an ottoman so guests can literally put their feet up. Guitars serve as functional art, and white walls reflect light from the wall of windows.