Exquisite outdoor dining crowns this luxurious Mediterranean patio featuring espresso dining table and woven wicker chairs. Bright colors of the table setting mimic the bright and cheery outdoor ambiance. After a cooling dip in the pool or relaxing in the raised infinity spa, enjoy a sun-soaked meal without leaving this ocean side oasis.
Whether relaxing in the raised infinity spa, gliding across the stunning swimming pool or lounging on a chic sectional in the warm afternoon breeze, the awe-inspiriting ocean vista crowns this elegant Mediterranean patio.
Soft, grayish-blue sofas placed on a natural grass rug offer hints of the surf and sand located nearby this beach house. A coffee table topped with succulents offer additional natural touches, while brightly colored woven chairs mimic the look of beach chairs.
Bold, inset stripes follow the lines of the ceiling in this fun and functional transitional home office. Walls painted in Sherwin Williams’ Ocean Side give a nod to the home’s coastal setting, as does the colorful artwork. In this cheerful corner, a small chest provides extra storage, and a slim lamp adds accent lighting and ambiance.
Stone crowns atop columns lead the way to a giant chess board made of prefab 2x2 concrete squares with exposed pebbles. Taking inspiration from Alice in Wonderland, designer Margie Grace of Grace Design Associates. Inc., has red roses on one side and white roses on the other. Fourth of July roses, which are speckled and look like they're being painted for the Queen, are in pots behind the benches. "If it's your fantasy, just go there," says Grace. "Don't do it by halves."
Inside the poolhouse, windows let in the home's incredible ocean views. One window is made in a creative, garage-door style that rolls up and out of the way, allowing drinks and food to be passed through to the outside.
A long rectangular bedroom ends in a sweeping ocean view. Floor-to-ceiling windows take advantage of the panorama while inside simple, minimalist furnishings keeps the space feeling open instead of cramped.
Wanting to showcase the water as much as possible, the landscape architects kept the backyard manicured yet minimal in detail. A row of large boulders and trees line the side of the lawn as a boundary from the neighbor's property, thus providing natural beauty and privacy.