Tucked into the center of the home is a custom Ipe deck with stunning views of the marsh beyond. A sleek swimming pool complements the modern space and invites the owners to cool off on a particularly hot day.
This great room includes French doors which allow for a wide view of the marshland. Plaid drapes adorn the glass doors and accentuate the design of the room. Furnishings in the great room channel the marshland with green throw pillows and a club chair.
Kick back on this cushy sofa and soak up the stunning marsh views just beyond the almost floor-to-ceiling windows and double doors. A window seat awaits the avid bird watcher, or step just outside onto the spacious deck.
Living larger than its footprint — thanks to expansive 12-foot ceilings — this bright room centers around the modern fireplace. Neutral furnishings let marsh views through the floor-to-ceiling windows take center stage.
This private deck just off the master suite of HGTV Dream Home 2013 is the perfect place to enjoy panoramic marsh views. Wicker chairs outfitted with graphic, neutral cushions offer a great place to sit back and stay awhile.
This sleek kitchen's Zen hue was inspired by the home's marsh views. Soft gray paneled doors are made modern with stainless steel pulls, while stark, modern lines define the kitchen island and built-in refrigerator storage. The mix of cabinetry styles gives the room a custom look.
The scissor trusses in the double-vaulted great room of the HGTV Dream Home 2013 add a dramatic detail without interfering with the marsh views from the second floor loft. The selection of intense shades of blue — both in fabric and wall color — is, in part, interior designer Linda Woodrum's nod to island decor and interiors.
Situated on the Long Island Sound, this home's yard feels like a natural extension of the landscape. Marsh grasses and the rocky shore transition easily to a wide green lawn with stone retaining walls.
Beautiful finishes mixed with a spectacular view make this summer home on Martha's Vineyard a dreamy destination. Slide back the glass doors and step out onto the deck to take in the unencumbered seascape.