Allamanda at Jumby Bay

Entry Courtyard
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A covered walkway through a terraced courtyard provides access to this villa. River stones were used in the planting beds and incorporated into the floor tiles. Local terra cotta sculptures from Cedars Pottery in Antigua were used.
“Mixture of rock and small plants.” — jrussomixon
Living Room
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The contrast between white stucco, terra cotta floor tiles and dark tropical hardwoods provides richness without having to add complicated architectural detail.
“boca” — 1marnyds
Bay Window Dining
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A banquet is built into a bay window for an intimate dining area. The corners are glass for views into the garden and out to the sea, while cooling breezes come in the central louvers.
“interesting use of louvres but too dark” — dpetku
Bedroom Suite
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Because this villa is on a private Island, the louvered doors can be left open for a truly indoor/outdoor bedroom.
“Wooden shutter doors” — akumalcoral
Bedroom Suite
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“Bedroom” — shawni01
Tower Escape
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This villa has a tower where a person can escape and lounge on a hanging bed that is gently rocked by the breeze.
“game room?” — ambermoorman
Courtyard
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“Terrace decor” — jamiebarnhardt
Courtyard
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Shower Courtyard behind gate
“Plants” — amalleyne
Terrace
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“pergola” — Mary Ann Harris
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