This project is a 2,000 sq. ft. villa show house, it’s the sprawling living space that is most immediately apparent, complete with golden-grey textured walls and nickel-gold metal lines, all artfully adding a dash of languid luxury to the residence. Its opulent artwork is further accentuated by the elegantly-positioned furniture, with a striking lake-blue velvet sofa, taking center stage, while a marble coffee table, a mesmerizing corner mirror, and matching blue velvet dining chairs all prove apt and able supporting artistes. The maritime influence is then made yet more manifest via the grey-blue carpeting and the occasional water paintings.
Taking the spaciousness to the next level is a burgeoning balcony feature that extends well beyond the bounds of the living room. With its artificial grass echoing the exterior greenery, it’s just the perfect nook for nocturnal reflection or for drinking in the rich notes of dawn.
On the second-storey is the bedroom level, with the master bedroom again taking its cues very much from the natural world. With sunset the master motif, the generously-proportioned bed is trimmed with premium-quality ochre leather, with the wall-mounted matte lines bestowing on it a beguiling simplicity, one that segues seamlessly into the expansive exterior views occasioned by the floor-to-ceiling windows. In keeping with the untrammeled nature of the space, it is completed by a dark wood, open-style walk-in closet.
The remaining rooms on this level, meanwhile, comprise guest bedrooms and a study, with the oceanic overtones resurgent throughout. This is more than apparent in the grey-blue hues of the guest rooms which are intriguingly counterpointed by a selection of uniquely textured wallpapers and nickel-gold metal details. As with the master bedroom, the guest rooms boast engaging – yet disarmingly simple – open wardrobes.