A white sofa is paired with two chaise lounges and a tufted ottoman for a comfortable sitting area in this light and airy bedroom. The gray wingback bed overlooks a beautiful balcony and view of the Pacific Ocean.
Flowing curtains hang between traditional columns to create a privacy screen that also helps protect from wind and sun. Comfortable cushioned lounge chairs are the perfect spot to relax by the pool with views of the Pacific Ocean.
The best view in the house, this comfortable sectional looks out on a stunning Pacific Ocean seascape. Traditional-style built-ins house a TV and other media components, while sisal rugs add a softness to the hardwood floors.
The quaint dining room within this mission-style mansion in Montecito, California, features gorgeous exposed-beam detailing in the ceiling, a centered, old-world chandelier and a gorgeous arched doorway leading to a balcony with vast Pacific Ocean views.
The setting is impossible to beat, bordered on one side by the Santa Ynez Mountains, on the other by the Pacific Ocean. Beautifully landscaped terraced gardens tucked in amongst palm trees lead all the way down to the water.
This private swimming pool is part of a mission-style California mansion with breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean. The poolside cabana is constructed of stone and features a tile roof, an integrated fireplace and chimney and a shaded sitting area.
Sleek blue-gray closet doors complement the burnt orange pendant fixtures in this fun, yet neutral Malibu bedroom. A wall of glass provides expansive views of the Pacific Ocean. Modern artwork and a platform bed add character to the streamlined space.
The El Pedregal community and resort in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, enjoy a quiet, sandy beach along the pristine waters of the Pacific Ocean and edged by a grove of palm trees. The beach sits at the tip of Baja California.
With views spanning from downtown Los Angeles to the Pacific Ocean, this master retreat is a real California dream. Gold accents and a canopy bed frame further the feeling of luxury, inviting the king of the castle to relish in his spacious surroundings.
This incredible home located in the foothills of Montecito, California was built by the renowned modern architect Barton Meyers. With four bedrooms, four bathrooms and endless views of the surrounding mountains and the Pacific Ocean, it's a memorable gem of design and beauty.
A floating vanity tucked into a window niche creates a spectacular focal point in this contemporary California guest bathroom. A suspended mirror is framed by a breathtaking view of the Pacific Ocean. Accent lighting beneath the vanity adds to the room's dreamy feel.
Located on the western slopes of Carlsbad, Calif., this farmhouse features views of the Pacific Ocean at nearly every turn. Though built in the 1950s, the interior was recently remodeled, the master suite expanded and the exterior freshened up for the new residents.
This quaint breakfast nook in this modern Cape Cod-style home in Malibu, California, has stunning views of the Pacific Ocean in the distance. Vertical shiplap walls and black window panes contrast nicely in the space and allow the striped pillows to really pop.
Oversized leather dining chairs trimmed with nail heads grounds this open, airy living room inside a Spanish colonial-style villa in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Diners can enjoy views of the Pacific Ocean through the sliding glass doors, which open to reveal a covered terrace.
With beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean, this cottage living room features sliding glass doors that create a seamless transition to the outdoor living space. The cozy seating area centers on the stacked stone fireplace, while whitewashed plank ceiling keeps the space light and airy.
Wooden accents, like the textured wall, ceiling fan and rocking chair, bring a warmth to this white contemporary bedroom. Sliding glass doors lead out to a grassy lawn overlooking the Pacific Ocean. A bright, tropical art print hangs above the bed, adding color and whimsy.
After a busy day in the city, this soothing master bathroom offers much needed privacy and peace. Here, the can settle into the tub for a long hot bath, or simply soak up the panoramic views spanning from Los Angeles to the Pacific Ocean.
To take advantage of the sloping hillside, the house has three primary levels with some mid-level elevation changes on each floor. This classically styled French Provençal home features Santa Barbara stucco, terracotta tile roof and a welcoming porch that overlooks the Pacific Ocean.