Clear, modern barstools add some casual seating at the breakfast bar in the kitchen of this St. Barts home. With the addition of the large kitchen island, the family now has the room to entertain and share meals in the kitchen, a less formal space, or in the formal dining room for a more elegant or larger gathering.
To create a unique bedroom for this St. Barts home, designers started with a neutral wall color to reflect the natural light of the Caribbean sun, then, they added teal carpet with a geometric pattern to create visual interest in this unique space. To complement the design, blue accents, silver table lamps and gray Roman Shades were added, along with modern nightstands and a modern light fixture to finish off the space.
This kids' room reflects the bright colors of St. Barts outside their window. Inverting the colors of sand and sea, the designers created a whimsical feel in this space, while bunk beds with whimsical bed linens add cool sleeping quarters and modern drawers add storage. An orange and white teepee was brought in to give the kids a great place to use their imaginations.
A windy bridge leads down to this gem of a home, designed by Johannes Zingerle and nestled in the hills of St. Barts. Gardens, patios and picturesque stone paths surround the residence and open it up to incredible views.
The one-and-a-half acres making up this remarkable property sit on a bluff overlooking the Caribbean in St. Barts. The buildings—there are eight in all—represent the classic Caribbean architecture: white wood shingle sides topped with a green roof.
Elegant, built-in shelving leads into the modern dining room in this St. Barts beach house. The dining room is bathed in natural light allowed in through a large window at the head of the room, showering the large modern table and chairs with the Caribbean sun.
To create a unique master bedroom in this St. Barts beach house, designers added lots of texture to this space. Soft fabrics on the bed linens make the space comfortable, while the textures of the rug, the artwork and the wallpaper evoke the beachy feel of the home's surroundings. Natural light, which streams in through windows and can be manipulated by the soft, linen curtains, highlights the texture in the space.
In the living room of this St. Barts beach house, designers wanted to create a design that was continuous with the beach just outside the living room, so they swathed the space in sandy tones with blue accents. The suede, tan sectional adds ample seating in the space, while a dark, wood coffee table warms the design. To add splashes of color, blue artwork and blue throw complete the design.