Just blocks from the beach, this restful bedroom retreat blends sandy neutrals and soft blues. The tufted headboard pairs with elegant bedding and quilted pillows, while a mirrored nightstand adds a touch of glam.
This contemporary beachside villa features a wood pergola with stone pillars and beams, natural wood deck, relaxed outdoor dining table and chairs, sliding glass walls opening into a formal dining area inside, and a sundeck alongside a mirror pool
The living room is light and bright with soft layers of texture from the grasscloth wallpaper to the linen draperies. An oversized neutral sectional pairs with blue armchairs and tufted leather ottomans.
This home workspace features all the amenities needed for an art studio, including a sink and ample natural light. A long countertop provides additional workspace, while a center table creates a great spot for completing all types of craft projects. Blue tile gives a nod to the home's waterfront locale.
A full bar features built-in wine storage and ample seating for family and friends. The lower level of this three-story beachfront home serves as a game and media room, bar, exercise room, full bathroom and laundry room. Broad windows let in loads of natural light and put the ocean views on display. Tans, browns, deep greens and blues combine with textures such as woven reeds, metallic, leather and driftwood to bring nature indoors. A feature wall behind the bar was inspired by the client's travels.
Just off the sandy shore, this deck features a wood sectional and coffee table, creating an elegant seaside sitting area. A large navy umbrella provides shade for the sofa, complete with cushions and pillows in colors inspired by the stunning beach scenery.
Dark-painted trim inside the window casings echoes the dark woven frame of the mirror in this California bathroom, creating contrast with the neutral walls and cabinetry. The furniture-style vanity has inset doors and drawers for a streamlined look.
The colors and textures in this space create an ocean ambiance. The bright blues of the floor tiles play off the white walls and bar, creating the illusion of sand and sea, while the metal doors with shapes of birds and fish stamped into them allow in plenty of light, giving customers the feeling of being at the beach.