This seaside fire pit includes a stone bench that's seamlessly integrated into the surrounding landscape. Blue and striped yellow pillows add a hint of color and graphic pop to the picturesque hang-out spot.
With a private pool, pavilion and tropical garden, this lush backyard designed by Carl Gilley becomes a serene retreat in the backcountry of the Florida Keys. Two canals nearby give the owners a safe space to stow their boat and provide a clear route to the ocean.
A vintage chandelier from Amy Perlin hangs over the expandable walnut dining table and chairs from David Iatesta. The massive eighteenth-century lead urns from Gore Dean Antiques add a note of classic antiquity.
Organic accessories like orchid, driftwood and coral connect this ethereal living room to its coastal surroundings. The room's clean, neutral palette is layered with contrasting textures, including a nubby throw on the custom-made sectional sofa.
Indoors and outdoors seamlessly blend in this gorgeous seaside home thanks to sliding glass doors that open out onto the picturesque patio. When temperatures dip, the stunning view stays the same even when the party moves inside.
A simple palette of purples and whites create a serene garden in this seaside property. The use of hydrangeas, lantana and lavender provides a soft range of textures and colors to create a harmonious environment.
Of course, one of this home's biggest draws is its close proximity to the ocean. When the owners want to go fishing, they only need to start up their boat and float down the canal into the Florida Keys backcountry.
The huge living room offers multiple seating areas as well as access to the patio and pool and the stairs leading to the upper level. Large neutral rugs help define the different conversational groupings.