As the homeowners pull into their lovely, Spanish inspired home, a cobblestone driveway leads them into the home's attached garage, which is surrounded by a perfectly landscaped courtyard that welcomes guest and the family alike.
In the front of the home, landscape designers used plants native to the area to create a beautiful oasis to greet the family and their guests as they arrive at the home. In the midst of the landscaping, designers used large stones to frame a pond for an even more relaxing aesthetic.
In the bedroom, designers placed a set of chairs under a pair of windows. This vignette gives the homeowners seating options in their luxurious master bedroom space.
Next to the living room, a more intimate sitting room gives the family a smaller space for relaxing and entertaining.
Overlooking the couple's private access to the ocean, designers created a sunroom that could be used all year long. Large windows all around the room allow the view to pour into the space, giving the homeowners and guests the feeling that they are on the ocean, even when they are sitting indoors.
This light and bright living room features a pair of brown wicker armchairs and neutral sectional with blue throw pillows. A glass coffee table sits atop a blue area rug, while the room's open floor plan allows for easy transition to the nearby dining room.
In the master bedroom, designers brought in a plush chaise lounge for a relaxing place to sit after a long day, while a modern, silver and black dresser and silver mirror add to the space's accent pieces.
To take full advantage of the view from the homeowners' apartment, designers installed a pergola to help block the sun and give the space a bit of dramatic effect. Then, two outdoor lounge chairs were brought into the space to provide seating. Last, two abstract statues were added to complete the space and connect its design to that of the home's interior.
In the master bedroom, bold blues, complemented by silver accent pieces, create a soothing, elegant and relaxing space to which the homeowners can retire after their guests have gone. With a luscious comforter and a plush chaise in the corner, there is plenty of space for these homeowners to relax in style and enjoy the view from their upstairs window or catch up on a good book.
These 1920s deco chairs were reupholstered with the "Tree of Life" fabric by Swedish designer Josef Frank. They are a colorful addition to the homeowner's collection of furniture and artwork from around the world.
This light and bright living room features a white sofa paired with a matching armchair positioned around a wooden coffee table. Neutral grasscloth wallpaper acts as an accent wall, while exposed beam ceilings are featured above. Arched doorways lead to a hallway.
In the spare bedroom, the homeowners wanted to go bold, so designers anchored the space with a red accent wall to bring warm color into the space. Then, they brought in red bed linens and a matching, multicolor, geometric rug and throw pillows to complete the design. To keep the space bright, plenty of natural light streams into the room from the large windows to the side of the space.
A local artist was commissioned to create a dramatic floral entry to the dining room. An arched doorway leads the way to the dining room, which shows off the room's floral upholstered chairs, red curtains and neutral tile floors.