Powder rooms are one of Huerta's favorite spaces, as she sees them as an opportunity for more of a statement. The blue wallpaper here creates an interesting backdrop in a space that is often over-looked. Huerta then finished the room with a clean-lined vanity and a round mirror for some curves.
This bathroom strategically uses design as decoration to complete the minimalist, modern look. The dark floor has a water-like look which is complemented by the wave design cut in the marble tiling up the wall. A smaller tile accent strip serves as a textural border while a floating sink and toilet give a modern appeal.
Colored sea-glass tile backsplash creates a wave-like feel over the cooktop and oven. This kitchen was also upgraded with new stainless steel appliances like a range hood, dual ovens and a mini fridge.
Blue pool waters match the the surrounding waves of Long Island Sound at the edge of an Old Greenwich, Conn., property, and lounge chairs allow for relaxing in the breeze off the waters. Adjacent to the pool deck is an 85-foot pier and dock with deep water mooring.
Above the stove in the stove in the kitchen, designers hung a painting that evokes the image of rolling waves at sunset, further bringing in the beachy feel the homeowners were looking for in their nautical themed home.