The kitchen island in the home's chef kitchen is practically yacht sized, and has oodles of storage—drawers and cabinets—all around it. The friendly space also includes a breakfast room and a desk with a view.
Situated on a thin strip of land in Hillsboro Beach, Florida, the house looks out onto both the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway. Plus, for those extra fancy types, there is also a private yacht dock.
A vintage yacht-inspired bar with beadboard, louvered paneling and outrigger brackets evokes a 1930s nautical feel and is the centerpiece of the great room. Exposed wood beams bring architectural detail to the ceiling, while reclaimed elm adds rustic style to the floor.
When you live in Italy, it only makes sense to pair your breakfast with beautiful vistas. Visitors need only to open the sliding glass door, step onto the private patio and sip their espresso while yachts sail across the water.
The inspiration for this chic living room was the interior of a yacht. Custom dyed anigre wood with a high-poly finish accomplishes the nautical feel. The terrace is made to feel like part of the interior thanks to a NanaWall system that opens it up and a light wall that draws the eyes outward.
Woven nightstands and a basket bring texture to this simple white bedroom. Weathered wood is used overhead for the ceiling, while clean tile floors ground the space. French doors open up to a balcony overlooking beautiful Mykonos, Greece.
A clean white palette evokes a serene atmosphere in this bedroom overlooking the ocean. The ceiling featuring wide planks brings a beachy tone to the space, while a low platform bed is the perfect spot to rest and enjoy the sound of waves.
The simple yet comfortable bed is set up on a platform to maximize the views of the Aegean Sea. Warm hardwood floors reflect the weathered ceiling beams, while the white stucco walls are kept clean so as not to distract from the surrounding natural beauty.