Warm, Organic Contemporary Home

This home is presented as a modern Asian interpretation with asymmetrical interior architecture and a blend of walnut, teak, and bamboo woods, creating a warm, organic and textural feel.

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November 30, 2018
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Photo By: Bea Pila

Photo By: Bea Pila

Photo By: Bea Pila

Photo By: Bea Pila

Photo By: Bea Pila

Photo By: Bea Pila

Photo By: Bea Pila

Photo By: Bea Pila

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Photo By: Bea Pila

Photo By: Bea Pila

Photo By: Bea Pila

Front Landscaping Creates Relaxing Aesthetic

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.
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Modern Home with Concrete Pad Driveway

To give the home a more modern look, designers crafted a driveway out of separate, concrete pads adding a unique touch to the outdoor space.
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Infinity Edge Pool in Backyard Space

The steps in the outdoor space lead from the upper level, which consists of an outdoor kitchen, an outdoor living space, and two al fresco dining options, to the lower level where an infinity edge pool gives the homeowners a great space to entertain and relax.
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Waterfall Separates Home's Upper and Lower Entertainment Spaces

In the rear of this modern home contains a waterfall that separates the upper and lower levels of the entertainment space. On the upper level, two dining spaces, an outdoor kitchen and a bar give the homeowners tons of usable space, while the lower level contains a pool.
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View of Pool and Marina from Upper Entertainment Space

From the outdoor lounge area on the upper level of the backyard, the homeowners have a clear view of the infinity edge pool below and the marina beyond.
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Outdoor Kitchen with Mosaic Tile Backsplash and Colorful Dining Table and Chairs

The outdoor kitchen is equipped with state of the art stainless steel appliances-a grill, a stovetop, and even a refrigerator. To bring style to the space, a mosaic tile backsplash was added for a touch of flair and an outdoor dining table and chairs with orange cushions was added for a pop of color.
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Home's Bright, Neutral Entryway Welcomes Guests

In the entryway, a warm, neutral color palette and a space that takes advantage of natural light welcomes guests into the home.
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Console Table in Foyer Adds Stylish Storage and Display Space

The console table in the foyer welcomes guests with stylish storage and a unique display of art and candles. Designers added textured wallpaper and a soft rug to complete the design and give the small space a bit of dimension.
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Neutral, Modern Parlor for More Intimate Entertaining Space

The homeowners wanted a parlor for more intimate entertaining, so designers created a warm, inviting space to meet their needs. To keep the space bright and light, designers took advantage of the tropical sunlight. A wall of windows to the right of the space lets in plenty of light that can be controlled by sheer curtains. For additional light, two slender windows line the textured fireplace surround, which adds dimension to the space. To help make the space warm and inviting, designers had wood paneled ceilings installed and brought in a beautiful baby grand piano and modern, wood chairs to complement the rich, wood floors that run throughout the house.
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Clear Line of Sight Creates Functionality Between Kitchen, Sitting Room and Dining Room

On the opposite side of the sitting room, a dining room completes the home's functional set up. The open plan kitchen flows into the sitting room, giving those in the kitchen a clear connection with those in the sitting room. Then, once the food is prepared, a clear pathway is established from the kitchen through the sitting room and into the dining room.
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Open Concept Home Design Creates Functionality

The open concept design of the home's public spaces makes the flow of the home very functional. Although each space has its clear boundaries, the kitchen is open to the sitting area, which maintains the flow in everyday life as well as entertaining.
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Stylish, Functional, State of the Art, Eat-In Kitchen

The neutral, modern kitchen in this open concept home is as functional as it is stylish. Stainless steel appliances make food prep and storage easy, while the honey wood cabinets provide stylish storage for the space. An "L" shaped kitchen island adds functional counter space, while leaving room for several barstools on one side and a small breakfast table on the other, giving the space two casual dining options.
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Functional, Modern Living Room

To make the living room functional for the family and their guests, designers brought in a large sectional two modern chairs and two benches to provide plenty of seating in the space. For additional storage, bookshelves were added behind each side of the sofa.
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Soaking Tub on a Platform in Master Bathroom

In the bathroom, a large soaking tub on a wooden platform gives the homeowners a soothing place to relax after a long day.
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Neutral Master Bedroom with Rich Wood Accents

In the master bedroom, designers kept the space light and bright by making use of a neutral color palette. White walls, white linens, a white chaise lounge and neutral accents. To warm the space, designers used rich, wood paneling on the ceiling, a complementary stain on the floors and a dark wood bed frame to bring the space together.
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Bold, Red Anchors Bright Spare Bedroom Design

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.
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Bright, Youthful Girls' Bedroom

The homeowners wanted their daughters' room to be bright and funky, just like them, so designers created a space that is youthful and fun, but that still blends with the design of the home as a whole. Though the room is a shared space, designers made certain that each girl has her own place to display her favorite things. Shelving around each of the girls' beds makes that possible, while brightly colored paper lanterns and a flower rug add color to the space.
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Hall-Wall Adds Privacy to Shared Girls' Room

To give the girls some privacy and an additional sitting area, designers built a half-wall that separates the door from their sleeping space.
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Lounge Area with Reconfigurable Sofa in Funky Girls' Room

In one corner of the girls' funky, new space, designers created a lounge area with a sofa made out of floor pillows. Since the sofa is made of pillows, it can be rearranged and reconfigured to meet the girls' needs, making it the perfect spot for them to relax and entertain their friends.
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