To make this home feel as if it were floating on the water, the main floor of the home is built up twelve feet off the ground. This way, as guests look out from the kitchen or outdoor eating space, all they can see is a magnificent ocean view.
This modern kitchen is awash in gray, white and glass, forming a neutral backdrop that allows the aqua ocean view to provide the room's pop of color. A waterfall countertop is sleek and modern, and gray clean-lined cabinetry offers ample storage. Walls of glass provide panoramic views.
This gorgeous modern kitchen echoes the serene beauty of a white sandy beach, punctuated by the stunning ocean view just beyond the room's enormous windows. Soft gray cabinets bring a touch of textured contrast, but the overall feel is sleek and airy.
Breathtaking ocean views serve as the backdrop for this beach cottage kitchen. Natural wood cabinets match the wood ceiling and floors for a cohesive look and a sense of warmth. Nautical pendant lights are the perfect finishing touch.
Since the main level is elevated roughly 12′ off the ground, it appears as though the house is actually sitting directly on the water. With several windows surrounding the space, the kitchen area has a lovely view of the ocean from any seat in the space.
The kitchen has a galley design, but feels as open as can be thanks to one wall full of windows and low countertops. Pretty wood details—in different shades—warm up the look while maintaining the streamlined design.
Carter Design opened up a wall and created a counter to eat at and enjoy the view to exclude the need for a table, as space was limited.
The bleached walnut was a material used on all the cabinetry throughout the condo to bring in an organic wood element that did not overtake the art. Jason Koharik's custom light and the vintage Bertoia chairs add just the right pop.