To say this bedroom is spacious is underestimating things. Cathedral-like ceilings and window walls on both sides make the feeling vast and open. In all, the home has three ensuite guest bedroom suites and a master bedroom.
The bedrooms in the main residence overlook the gardens and lagoon. Guests have a private, two-room suite separate from the main house that is attached by a breezeway and accessible via a private staircase.
Tropical Bedroom Features Beautiful Wood Furnishings & Blue Accents
A beautiful dark wood bed and matching nightstands are rich accents in this tropical bedroom. A brown wicker armchair with a striped cushion sits in the corner, and shades of blue found in the throw pillows and curtains add ocean hues to the palette.
Arched French windows allow refreshing sea breezes to flood this St. Thomas bedroom. Nautical-print pillows, mosquito netting and tropical plants add to the beachy vibe, helping to seamlessly blend the indoors and outdoor spaces.
A bright, airy and decidedly tropical master bedroom opens onto a sunny private terrace, giving this San Francisco Bay-area home the feel of a Caribbean paradise. From the cerused hardwood floors to the natural fibers on the chair and bedding, soft colors rule this tranquil retreat. Draperies blend with the white walls to visually expand the space.
After a long day out in the sun, the owners can retreat upstairs to this serene master bedroom. A large bed with soft blue-and-white linens makes a comfortable crash pad, while a private patio invites the owners to catch the sunset.
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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 tropical bedroom features a quaint sitting area in one corner. Two white slip-covered chairs sit in front of a built-in shelf, which holds several decorative storage baskets, candles and fresh flowers.
This bedroom earns a touch of the outdoors with sliding glass cherry wood doors that lead to the patio area. A carved wooden armchair with a plaid cushion and red pillow sits in the corner, while a taupe faux fur throw adds softness to the white bed linens. A black and white framed photo hangs over the bed.
From any of the four bedrooms in this private villa, you're treated to incredible ocean views thanks to open walls and multiple outdoor spaces. The interior takes its design cue from its natural surroundings, featuring warm wood and fresh white accents.
This breezy master bedroom features all-over white and neutral tones, as seen in the bed linens and natural stone flooring. A natural fiber woven area rug and nightstands with glass table lamps add finishing touches, while a pair of doors provide access to the outdoor porch and hammock area.