Mediterranean Pool Terrace With Outdoor Kitchen, Dining

This attractive Mediterranean pool terrace features a Zen garden with bonsai trees and water feature, an outdoor kitchen and dining area, palm trees, and a red abstract sculpture. 

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June 20, 2016
From: Bea Pila

Photo By: Will Falize

Photo By: Will Falize

Photo By: Will Falize

Photo By: Will Falize

Photo By: Will Falize

Photo By: Will Falize

Photo By: Will Falize

Photo By: Will Falize

Photo By: Will Falize

Photo By: Will Falize

Photo By: Will Falize

Photo By: Will Falize

Photo By: Will Falize

Photo By: Will Falize

Photo By: Will Falize

Photo By: Will Falize

Photo By: Bea Pila

Photo By: Bea Pila

Photo By: Bea Pila

Photo By: Will Falize

Photo By: Bea Pila

Photo By: Bea Pila

Photo By: Will Falize

Photo By: Will Falize

Photo By: Will Falize

Photo By: Will Falize

Photo By: Will Falize

Photo By: Will Falize

Photo By: Will Falize

Photo By: Will Falize

Mediterranean Pool Terrace with Palm Trees

Just as the Mediterranean-style arches frame the al fresco living spaces within, the palm trees frame the exterior architecture. The terrace was left clean to balance out the architecture's rich classical lines and ornate pool detailing.
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Mediterranean Exterior With Balconies

Classical architecture overlooks grand outdoor areas with balconies, pools, fountains and sculptures.

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Mediterranean Outdoor Space with Arches, Beamed Ceiling and Stone Floors

Wooden ceiling beams and handmade copper lanterns break up the concrete facade in the al fresco living spaces. One-of-a-kind pieces, such as tree trunk bases, avoid the matchy-matchy look and add unexpected elements. Floor inlays of grey shell stone add texture and ground the furniture.
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Luxury Outdoor Kitchen and Dining Area

The placement of the bar helps keep the conversation flowing while cooking. The homeowners and guests can dine on the glass-top table or in the lounge area. The arched doorway connects to family room for easy access. Inspired by the vaulted ceilings, designer Bea Pila added handmade copper lanterns to cast off a warm and comfortable ambience.
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Luxury Terrace Lounge with Beamed Ceiling

Ceiling beams break up the concrete, while an outdoor rug sets the foundation for comfort. Drapery provides coziness, but also privacy for this space, just off the master bedroom. Designer Bea Pila incorporated daybeds and sofas, as opposed to individual upright seating, to promote relaxation and connection. Tree trunk elements were incorporated to take away from a matched set look.
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Luxury Pool Terrace with Red Sculpture and Trellis

The red sculpture from the homeowners' private collection creates a strong focal point. The columned trellis also makes a dramatic path to the water.
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Asian Inspired Zen Garden

The Zen garden outside this home gives the family a great space for relaxation. Inspired by an Asian garden, the bonsai trees, koi pond and Asian statues give the family the perfect spot for meditation.
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Stone Walkway and Outdoor Space

Walkways explore this villa's vast outdoor areas with multiple levels, balconies, green spaces and gardens.

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Second Floor Gazebo With Water View

In this grand villa, outdoor rooms take in waterfront vistas including a grand second-floor gazebo.

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Walkway to Waterfront Gazebo

A long walkway leads to this upper floor gazebo. Comfortable furnishings turn it into a secluded—and scenic!—outdoor room.

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Mediterranean Villa Exterior and Gazebo

This Mediterranean-style villa includes numerous outdoor areas, including the gazebo seen here, as well as sweeping ocean views.

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Porch With Arched Doorways and Columns

Wide porches mimic indoor living rooms and have a grand feel with arched doorways and columns looking out onto pools and waterfront views.

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Upper Level Mediterranean Gazebo With Ocean Views

This outdoor second-floor gazebo has all the grandeur of an indoor living room with sofas, game tables, a bar and wraparound views of the ocean.

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Patio With Pool and Gazebo

A pool is tucked beneath the palm trees next to this luxurious Mediterranean villa.

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Zen Garden with Water Feature and Bonsai Trees

The homeowner's private collection of bonsai trees inspired designer Bea Pila to designate a special place for a zen garden. A trickling water fountain adds to the sensory experience. An occasional bench provides the option for seated meditation.
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Artistic Artwork and Textured Walls and Floor in Foyer

Upon entering the home, guests can see that the family loves modern art. The architecture of the home itself is an art form, with decorative arches that allow guests to see directly into the living room from the foyer. The floor and walls add texture to the space with their patterns and colors, while the family's sculptures are placed in sight for the family's and their guests' viewing pleasure.
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Barstools Add Seating to Sleek Kitchen Island

No only does the sleek kitchen island offer a ton of extra counter space, there is also space for several stools that give the family an additional dining option or act as overflow seating for the breakfast nook.
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Sleek Kitchen Island in Stylish Black and White Kitchen

To give the homeowners extra counter space, designers opted for a large kitchen island. The sleek design and black cabinets add contrast to the already monochromatic space while also helping to separate the kitchen itself from the connected breakfast nook.
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Breakfast Nook in Black and White Kitchen

A large window allows plenty of morning sun into the breakfast nook to warm the space, while a fun, modern pendant light gives light on cloudy days. A large bench and black and white, modern chairs add cozy seating to the space.
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Art Gallery Inspired Hallway

As guests make their way down the South hallway of this home, they get the feeling of walking through a high class art gallery. This maximizes the hall space that leads to the sit-in wine cellar.

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Purple Accents and Rich Fabrics Add Texture to Living Room

In the living room, designers used deep purples and rich fabrics to create contrast in the neutral space. Textured wallpaper on the fireplace surround adds dimension to the space, while neutral furniture adds seating. Four coffee tables work as one unit, but can be separated and moved to different areas of the room to add functionality to the space. Finally, a purple rug and elegant statues finish the room's design.
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Chaise Lounges Add Seating Option to Master Bedroom

Designers brought two large chaise lounges into the master bedroom to give the homeowners additional seating and give them a place to watch television or curl up with a good book.
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Family Room Divided Into Vignettes for Maximum Usage

To make the most our of the family room space, designers divided the room into vignettes, including a relaxation area that is arranged in circles to encourage social interaction, a lounge and a bar area to give the family plenty of options when it comes to entertaining.
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Family Room with Saltwater Aquarium

This homeowner has a passion for saltwater aquariums, so the designer decided to add an exhibit area into her vignettes. Here, the family can sit and enjoy the majestic creatures of the ocean, all while in the comfort of their own living room.
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Sit-In Wine Cellar with Built-In Refrigerators

This elegant, modern sit-in wine cellar is the perfect space for entertaining. With built in refrigerators that limit the cooling to the cases and a table for six guests, the family can enjoy their wine in the comfort of this space. The whimsical wine cork chandelier adds to the ambiance of the space and provides an interesting conversation piece for the space.
From: Bea Pila

Sit-In Wine Cellar with Refrigerators

A favorite corner of the house is the the wine room, modeled after an old cellar resurrected with modern materials. Stainless steel chillers were installed into the patterned grey stone slabs to limit the refrigeration behind the glass doors. This keeps the homeowners from having to cool the entire room, making the space a cozy corner to comfortably enjoy a glass of wine. A conversation piece was added to the ceiling with the chandelier made of wine corks.
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Eclectic Office With Luxurious Furnishings

No one could ask for a better home office than this masculine space. With the lush, leather couches and the rich tapestry and artwork, this space is the perfect space in which to conduct business, but when it is time for a break, the French doors open onto the home's patio where an outdoor game table is waiting to help you unwind.
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Bar Area in Home Theater Room

This cinema inspired home theater system gives the family a great place to catch a flick. With a bar in the back for entertaining with food and drink and luxurious overstuffed cinema chairs, the family and their guests will be able to view in style.
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Silver Home Theater Room with Traditional Art

The designers of this space used the cinematic inspiration when choosing the color scheme for the space. The silver material covering the furniture and the walls brings to life the sparkle and glamour of the big screen, while the artwork on each wall incorporates the family's passion for art.
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Artistic Soundproofing Panel in Home Theater

This home theater's design combines the homeowner's passion for art with their love of the cinema. The back panel is designed to mimic an art piece, but is also a functional sound proof panel, blending traditional art seamlessly with cinematic features.
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