A peaceful retreat defined by a sandy color palette and bold geometric prints, the master bedroom invites relaxation and boasts stellar pool and back deck views.
Outdoor living is made easy at HGTV Smart Home 2013, with deck space dedicated to grilling, dining and entertaining guests.
The pool carves out a defining feature in the backyard with design elements that reference interior details.
Introducing the home's sea-inspired color palette and High Regency design focus, the foyer celebrates Jacksonville Beach history and showcases locally sourced building materials.
A custom shower curtain, fashioned from bold, geometric-print fabric, becomes a focal point in the spa-inspired bathroom, where glass and ceramic tile pair effectively.
Both stylish and designed to make light work of large wash loads, the laundry room hints at color palette and Hollywood regency design style.
Fun and youthful, the home's second guest bedroom celebrates life at the beach with artwork inspired by location, tropical-print fabrics and a color palette drawn from sea shades.
A formal entertaining space infused with mocha and sea-blue hues, the dining room opens out to the back deck, with boundaries defined by sheer linen drapes rather than solid walls.
Defined by cottage-style cabinetry and oversized light fixtures, the high-tech kitchen offers space for both food prep and entertaining.
Pattern and texture take center stage in the spa-style bathroom, where glass, travertine and quartz carve out a luxurious shower, bathing and relaxation space.
The boathouse-style garage area provides space to unload the car after a day at the beach, store gear, rinse off and refresh before entering the home via a secondary side entrance.
The shower stall, clad in sea-inspired glass tile, lends drama to a space defined by tropical-print fabrics and unique artwork.
Designed to live larger than its modest footprint and showcase locally sourced building materials, the garage offers space to store two vehicles, plus surfboards and large beach gear.
Clad in environmentally responsible lumber, the home's back deck offers both poolside and patio-style seating.
Native and Florida-friendly plant materials create layers of interest in the front yard, where façade pays homage to classic shingle architectural style.