Located in the heart of Miami Beach on trendy Collins Avenue, the budget-minded Generator Miami features pet amenities like dog bowls, treats and a comfy mat for your pet to chill on. The hotel welcomes all dogs under 20 pounds for a one-time cleaning fee of $50.
This incredible historic home was built in 1936. Set right on the edge of the bay in Miami Beach, Fla., it offers breathtaking water views and incomparable luxury with 10 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, a pool, waterfall and extensive gardens.
This Miami Beach swimming pool is surrounded by lush tropical plantings, including palm trees, on one side and a contemporary covered deck on the other. The modern aluminum trellis connects the open outdoor kitchen and dining pavilion with the dock.
An all-white living room allows the art and dramatic chandelier to become real focal points of the space. Mirrors are placed along one wall to reflect the stunning ocean views through the floor-to-ceiling windows.
The outdoor kitchen and dining room open up to the modern aluminum trellis, which connects the space with the Miami Beach dock. Under the trellis is comfortable lounge chairs, the perfect spot to relax next to the pool.
Clean lines and simple design create a minimalist backyard with swimming pool, outdoor kitchen and comfortable furniture to enjoy the Miami Beach coast. Floor-to-ceiling windows create a seamless transition between the indoor and outdoor spaces.
REACH and RISE, two sleek, 43-story premier luxury condominium towers, are part of Brickell City Centre, Swire Properties' landmark $1.05 billion mixed-use development center transforming Downtown Miami's skyline.
Full-length floor-to-ceiling glass walls provide views of Miami in the 2012 HGTV Urban Oasis. A brown shag area rug adds softness to the hardwood floors, while the leather sectional is sleek and contemporary.
With cool white walls and a splash of blue art, this entryway offers a refreshing escape from the Miami heat outside. For additional visual interest, the designers added Koroseal wallpaper to the right and layered a round mirror to break away from the straight lines.
Looking to boost their home’s curb appeal, these Miami homeowners chose a product called Select HD by DuPont and ForeverLawn. The synthetic fiber blades are not just one shade of green but rather several varying colors, which creates a more realistic look.