Thomas Edison's winter home in Fort Myers, Fla., inspired design features of this coastal home such as a metal roof, raised foundation and expansive porches. The overall style mimics that of 1920s Florida architecture.
Craig Reynolds Landscape Architecture replaces the interior finish, giving the pool a more natural hue of blue. On a $45,000 budget, they replace the patio, line the pool with stones and break up the ho-hum rectangular shape with a stone walkway, creating an attractive square-shaped pool and two smaller decorative pools.
This Florida home combines four cabins connected by covered walkways, creating a treehouse-like atmosphere. The walkways are made with ipe decking, while a metal roof and board-and-batten siding evoke old Florida architecture.
Brown floral wallpaper and a soft mix of contemporary and traditional pieces bridge the gap between this Florida home's contemporary aesthetic and traditional architecture. Berman Rosetti ottomans rest on a rug by Wool and Silk.
Luxury reins in this Naples, Florida, backyard, which features a lushly landscaped pool and hot tub. A water feature provides tranquil sound for guests to enjoy while they lounge on the lanai. Stately architecture with Classical details and a pink stucco facade fits the Florida setting.
Beautiful Florida landscaping, including palm trees, surround this updated beach cottage bungalow. Bricks laid in a herringbone pattern lead up a welcoming porch, surrounded by classic columns and railings.
From the welcoming courtyard in front of luxurious Villa Serena, located in Jacksonville, Florida, the Tuscan-inspired architecture is evident. The bubbling of fountains and the serene setting are an instant soothing balm.