Two vanities finished in driftwood are featured in this master bathroom on opposite walls for 'his and hers'. The sconces are a bit antique looking to combine new and old giving a vintage and eclectic feel to the space.
This handmade art piece adorns a prominent wall in the restaurant, showcasing the chef's spoon collection. The collection is the result of a thieving habit of swiping spoons from memorable dining experiences around the world.
Textures are mixed with whimsical aplomb in this open plan kitchen. Driftwood mixes dramatically with a quartet of pendants over the island. The backsplash is luxurious marble. Brick floors and timber beams bring down-home country charm.
A gray-and-white striped rug defines the dining space in this small eat-in kitchen. The table originally had an espresso finish, but once it was sanded down, a coat of white paint was added and then quickly removed to give it a whitewashed effect that evokes the look of driftwood.
Driftwood makes the base of the petite dining table at the heart of this home's great room, paired with sleek white chairs. The open concept layout of the space allows for easy flow between meal prep and entertaining.
A 2-ton granite boulder, old driftwood tree and mosaic of beach stone are signature details in the entry courtyard of a contemporary Mediterranean residence. Landscape designer C. Stuart Moore also selected ferns, sedges and moss for the award-winning space.