A huge villa with multiple eating and cooking areas, a sprawling infinity pool, and beautiful, sculpted landscaping.
Welcome to our gallery featuring a beautiful island villa with a sprawling design and beautiful stone accents.
This cliff top home is lush and green, with rooms that open up to the massive two-sectioned courtyard and infinity pool. Two dining rooms and kitchens ensure that the spacious home is comfortable enough to support two families.
The path leading up to the grand, breezy entrance is dark stained decking. A concrete retaining wall to the right has small hedges between to lessen the contrast between the lush grass and the stark concrete.
While you look through this gallery, be sure to keep an eye out for the stone walls and accents that extend throughout the home and the use of a natural, neutral color palette to produce a wonderfully relaxing vacation home interior design that is as light and bright as it is breezy.
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One of the home’s kitchens is a light, modern space with solid white countertops and minimalist cabinets. An expansive mirror above the sink makes the room seem much larger, and reflects a gorgeous view of the infinity pool.
The sprawling home is separated into two sections, with outdoor pathways connecting. Beautiful landscaping punctuates each pathway. From this view, we can see a section of the infinity pool through a glass-enclosed dining room and another kitchen and bar area. A set of stairs spiral up to the second floor.
The same wooden decking continues elsewhere, bringing the infinity pool up towards a sunken dining area with sliding doors. Stairs lead up to an open courtyard on the roof that’s perfect for getting both a stunning view and for feeling the gentle island breeze.
Inside, one of the bedrooms has a large dark wood platform bed and narrow windows. A natural fiber area rug covers the polished bamboo flooring. Click here to view our gallery of bed frames for even more unique frame ideas!
One of the home’s bathrooms has a free-standing soaking tub that looks out over the palms. Frosted glass panels help keep the splashes to a minimum, and provide a small sense of privacy as well.
The master bedroom has a sliding door that leads out into a courtyard with stone walls and hedges. This room faces the interior of the island, rather than the water.
Another of the home’s bathrooms, this time with a open shower stall with a simple glass panel to keep the moisture away from the dark wood vanity. For more half bathroom ideas, click here!
A view from a section of decking to one of the courtyards, showing access to the infinity pool and one of the dining and kitchen areas. A massive tree graces the center of the courtyard.
A small modular storage sofa sits by the edge of the infinity pool, with decorative boulders behind and to the right. The entirety of this courtyard is detailed to be an oasis.
Another shot of the front entrance of the home, showing the water feature fountain on one side of the breezeway.
The rear of the home and entrance to the true backyard, via old-world style double doors and a set of steps leading down into the flagstone path. Above the wall we can see the various staircases and glass balustrades of the home’s multiple levels, all landscaped beautifully.
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