The library sports a '60s bachelor pad vibe, with modern, rounded furniture; a vintage bar cart; dark, masculine hues and a sexy fireplace.
Indoors and outdoors truly blend on the first floor, where large glass doors fold open and offer a seamless transition from the pool room to the garden.
Comfortable furniture is essential in a vacation home, and a neutral palette lets you accessorize with punches of color.
This playful palette goes with everything – from hues of blue to sunshine shades – so you can get creative with color and pattern.
The second-floor guest suite uses soothing, neutral colors and plenty of natural light to create a comfortable, relaxing space.
An open look of modern resort chic, where the colors of sun, surf and sand come together in a relaxing mix.
The calming properties of blue are often associated with its soothing presence in nature - making it the perfect color for the bedroom.
Blue adds richness and glamour to a room. It’s also relaxing - and isn't that the point of creating a wonderful living room?
Lush and pretty patterns fill this bedroom with warmth and charm.
This living room takes inspiration from islands of the Pacific Rim, while natural materials add character and authenticity.