Casa Blanca is an easy five-minute drive to the popular white sandy beaches of Spring Bay and Savannah Bay and is conveniently located just minutes away from a marina and the main areas of shopping and businesses. The first floor features an open-plan great room with a spacious living area and modern kitchen.
This open, free-flowing guest bedroom has a comfortable scale while making the most of the location's spectacular views. The upholstered headboard, apple red chair and low-slung bedside tables create a hotel-like retreat.
This master bedroom has been renovated with a new cathedral ceiling, contemporary wall colors, updated wardrobe closets, and an upholstered headboard for the queen bed. A new two-piece washroom was added in the space of the old in-wall closets, and new closets were added behind double swing doors. New upgraded windows and window treatments allow plenty of natural light into the room and privacy at night.
This open-concept living room has a seating area with a couch and love seat. The ceiling is anchored with beams and the room is opened up to the kitchen. The coffee table and the console table have accessories from the family.
As seen on HGTV's hit show Cousins on Call, Anthony and John take advantage of the high Cathedral ceilings and highlight it with track lighting. The black leather seating helps to accent the neutral colors on the walls, which are decorated with the Pachuliks' wedding photos.
Varied fabrics and textures in shades of beige come together to provide a look of beauty and feeling of peace in this open dining space. A chandelier with 4 lamps hangs above the table, which is surrounded by upholstered chairs.
The contemporary kitchen features a tongue-and-groove cathedral ceiling, sleek cabinetry and exposed wood beams. Smooth black countertops and black leather bar chairs bring a dark contrast to the wood cabinets and details and white ceiling panels, backsplash and wall paint.
Stone walls and wood architectural beams create an earthiness that grounds the living room in this San Jose Del Cabo, Mexico, home. An understated cathedral ceiling and transom windows balance the heaviness of the building materials with a bit of airiness.
A dramatic family room in this Dallas, Texas, house features a cathedral ceiling trimmed with wood beams. The height of the room is accentuated by a stone-clad accent wall and fireplace. The room includes a gathering area and breakfast table, and French doors open to the loggia-style patio on the back side of the house.
Large exposed beams support a cathedral ceiling in this open living and dining space, adding drama to this home in San Jose Del Cabo, Mexico, near the tip of Baja California. Stone walls add to the use of natural building materials that give this home a grounded earthiness.