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Henarise Pty Ltd
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Newtown House
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Resort. Does the strong, earthy minimalism and sharp edges of tropical Resort design grab your eye? Do you want to
the idea of the pebble/stones flooring...reminds me of a tropical island resorts i've been to before.
to establish a holiday feel at home? Here, a designer used natural stone wall tiles, a timber wall-mounted vanity and matching mirror frame and stepping
Resort. Does the strong, earthy minimalism and sharp edges of tropical Resort design grab your eye? Do you want to establish a holiday feel at home? Here
bathroom has been inspired by those dreamy outdoor showers you see in tropical resorts in Bali or the Maldives. The combination of natural elements – pebbles underfoot
stone tiles and warm wood – all combine to create a tranquil, tropical resort feel, so you could be forgiven for thinking that if you opened that door
“Lighter color tile option” — Karen Giotis
Mina Brinkey
6 Reviews
My Houzz: Duncan Residence
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for my colorful quilt. lamps. accent wall.
owners, if only metaphysically, to their favorite resort in Los Cabos. An exact replica of the resort’s bed was custom made by DeMejico. It features solid
favorite resort, One&Only Palmilla in Los Cabos. "The master bedroom furniture was a splurge," says Amber. "The bed is the exact bed from the resort. It
Orimono, Anthropologie; lamps: Poseidon, Zentique; headboard fabric: Jacaranda Home; fringed coverlet, shams: Pillow Talk (no longer available); wall paint:
“Colors” — Tiffany Pazol
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Black Banks Plantation
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the 1950s and 1960s. More permanent homes and subdivisions were built, and the island was no longer just a summer resort but also a thriving community. In
St. Simons Island and the Hampton River, and north of Jekyll Island. The resort community of Sea Island is separated from St. Simons on the east by the
mainland, particularly from Baxley, Brunswick, and Waycross. The island's resort industry was thriving by the 1880s. Beachfront structures, such as a new
today known as the Torras Causeway, was a milestone in the development of resorts in the area. St. Simons's beaches were now easily accessible to locals and
- Frankly My Dear (Should we put a black/white floor in somewhere for an accent?)
“Open under stairs” — Sara Naegle
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Remodeler
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Black Banks Plantation
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the 1950s and 1960s. More permanent homes and subdivisions were built, and the island was no longer just a summer resort but also a thriving community. In
St. Simons Island and the Hampton River, and north of Jekyll Island. The resort community of Sea Island is separated from St. Simons on the east by the
mainland, particularly from Baxley, Brunswick, and Waycross. The island's resort industry was thriving by the 1880s. Beachfront structures, such as a new
today known as the Torras Causeway, was a milestone in the development of resorts in the area. St. Simons's beaches were now easily accessible to locals and
“Curtains fabric” — Faye Richardson Neel Interior Design
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Black Banks Plantation
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the 1950s and 1960s. More permanent homes and subdivisions were built, and the island was no longer just a summer resort but also a thriving community. In
St. Simons Island and the Hampton River, and north of Jekyll Island. The resort community of Sea Island is separated from St. Simons on the east by the
mainland, particularly from Baxley, Brunswick, and Waycross. The island's resort industry was thriving by the 1880s. Beachfront structures, such as a new
today known as the Torras Causeway, was a milestone in the development of resorts in the area. St. Simons's beaches were now easily accessible to locals and
Looooove the rug and the hot pink accents
“doorway top divider” — tsword
Shanghai Green Antiques
3 Reviews
Vero Beach Florida - White Surf Oceanfront Home
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Vero Beach Florida - White Surf Oceanfront Home
The resort pool at White Surf - to swim or not swim, that is the question! White Surf is a newly renovated custom designed 7,000 sq.ft. oceanfront home
Qing Dynasty Bed are used. White Surf offers a luxurious custom designed resort pool featuring four waterfalls, lighting, surround sound outdoor speakers
and surrounding wetlands. The home sits in the heart of Vero Beach's acclaimed South Beach Estate row among $20+ million homes. The Green Antiques Design
amenities and possibilities unique to the Vero Beach, Florida area. This home can be rented (when not in use by its owner) for family vacations, see .
The resort pool at White Surf - to swim or not swim, that is the question! + WHAT THE OWNERS LOVE about White Surf's RESORT POOL -+- "We
“Pool” — llvred
Suzanne Hunt Architect
Bedfordale House
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enjoy our beautiful weather and the magic vistas,” says Hunt. “Throughout the home there is a constant give and take between solid and void, nature and building
enjoy our beautiful weather and the magic vistas,” says Hunt. “Throughout the home there is a constant give-and-take between solid and void, nature and building
our beautiful weather and the magic vistas,’ says Suzanne. ‘Throughout the home there is a constant give and take between solid and void, nature and building
i want to make home so finding
“"roofless rooms"” — zieg
Suzanne Hunt Architect
Bedfordale House
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Planning ahead- acquire poorly farmed land and turn it into a resort like home you could live forever.
they wish to stay here as long as they can,” says Hunt. “The single-level home was designed to ensure that they could navigate the house in wheelchairs
they wish to stay here as long as they can,’ says Suzanne. ‘The single-level home was designed to ensure they could navigate the house in wheelchairs, enjoy
perfect for our new home by the lake
“all” — tatirosa1
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