When designing this home, we had one all-encompassing idea in mind: family. We gathered inspiration from a particular destination. The white and blue colors of Greece carry a sense of purity and symbolism. Complementing one another, the two colors are prevalent throughout this home. The home features a large, open living space where the entire family can relax. Rustic touches such as white painted brick and a reclaimed sliding barn door add character to the refined style. An enormous shower merging three tiles fills the master bathroom. Individual bathrooms and separation between each of the bedrooms are wonderful features of this home. The guest suite allows additional family members to enjoy an extended stay. A large, glass wall adorned with flowing drapery opens the generous common space to the expansive outdoor kitchen, lanai and pool while natural elements such as rocks and glass bring the coastal environment indoors.
Crucial elements such as improved drainage, earthquake resistance, and a curbless shower enable this couple to live on the same property as family members.
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