The kitchen island in this eat in kitchen is divided into two levels, which gives more function to the island. The first level is a white countertop that provides much needed, extra counter space for food preparation and serving. The second level, though, provides separate seating at the space, giving the homeowners a great place to entertain. As seen on America's Most Desperate Kitchens.
The backyard showcases a beautiful modern swimming pool, with an infinity edge and spillway, stairs leading up to a higher patio seating area and an adjacent cabana space. To match the color palette and tone of the rest of the home, natural hues were used with variations of grays. The infinity edge pool gives a modern design, a palm tree was shipped in from Miami to give a tropical summer feel while flowerbeds were layered with tons of texture and color to complement the outdoor space.
In this second-level main entry, the design team collaborated to use colors and finishes that emphasize the home's architectural details. A pair of staircases adds symmetry and drama, while the chandelier dresses up the space and gives it the "grand foyer" feel the client was seeking.
This property features a two-tiered infinity pool with a shallow area for lounging. A water slide drops from the upper level of the deck into the lower pool, and a pair of spas keeps the water temperate for year-round use.