Contemporary Beach House

We established a minimal palette of neutral, beach and sea colored materials to harmonize with the spectacular setting. Practical, large limestone tiles were used for all the floors, kept warm with underfloor heating. We specified Teak for cabinets and interior doors and accented with Wenge wood and exotic Zebrawood.
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“The coloruse” — bob_son
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“Nicee” — bob_son
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“Steep lot beach house.” — brian930
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“Nice combo of concrete and wood finish.” — brian930
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“Many small art pieces masterfully displayed create one big piece of art.” — Magdalena Bogart Interiors
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“The vertical movement accentuated by tall back dining chairs, narrow built in niche and big windows.” — Magdalena Bogart Interiors
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“Niceee” — bob_son
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“Cool teak” — zaisley
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“brunch” — jamietadlock
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“Simple cabinets” — nesstomasic
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“Light filled, serene, sophisticated.” — Magdalena Bogart Interiors
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“Hall” — ntseng2
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“Beautifully textured wall framed within niche. Love the lights flanking the mirror.” — Magdalena Bogart Interiors
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