A stone birdhouse and a border of native rocks frame the exterior spaces of this tropical home, which rests on 26 acres in the community of Omao, on Kauai's southern side. Tropical foliage in a range of colors opens up to a sweeping ocean view.
This tropical dining room is set for a relaxing meal. The neutral color palette and white flowers create a serene atmosphere, while the view of the palm trees and the rattan chairs give the beach house feel.
Nestled behind private gates, this contemporary estate boasts gorgeous vaulted ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows that allow a panoramic ocean view. A wraparound deck provides several spots for outdoor entertaining and relaxing.
A spacious patio area with an exquisite ocean view is topped with a white fabric canopy to filter the light. Bench seating and wicker armchairs create a comfortable entertaining space around the dining table.
This airy living room features a neutral upholstered sofa and armchairs paired with floor-to-ceiling windows that showcase the stunning ocean view. Multicolored pillows in a variety of designs add a pop of color, while seashells atop the coffee table add to the beach-y feel of the space.
Palm trees create a tropical frame for this luxurious pool deck overlooking the ocean in Puerto Vallarta. A blue outdoor sofa and shaded lounging areas provide ample space to enjoy this dreamy environment.
Anna Williams designed this outdoor area to complement the family's tropical lifestyle. This close-up view shows the living area in shades of gray and green through the slats of a bamboo side chair. This comfortable but light furniture is easy to move around and hard-wearing. Although not shown in the photo, privacy screens, lush greenery and a dedicated dining area also incorporate the design scheme.
Large windows pour natural light into this bright and airy bedroom. Twin beds are perfect for overnight guests, who want to enjoy oceanfront views of Kauai beaches. Yellow chairs pull up to a table for playing games or grabbing a snack. Exposed beams and wood planks create a tropical-style ceiling.
This incredible historic home was built in 1936. Set right on the edge of the bay in Miami Beach, Fla., it offers breathtaking water views and incomparable luxury with 10 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, a pool, waterfall and extensive gardens.
The area of the yard where the pool is located was raised up. This new terraced landscape design both maximizes the views and protects the pool from high tides. Native coral stone and Zoysia grass make up the clean lines of the surrounding deck.