Spanish Colonial Beach Home/Pictures from Onekindesign
A sensationally designed Spanish Colonial style home transformed by Chris Barrett Design, is located steps from the sands of Santa Monica Beach, California. The architectural design of this home by Chris Appleton Architects responds to its local environment, yet draws its essence from a rich history of Mediterranean design. The outdoor spaces are vivacious and playful, with a cozy fireplace,…
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Source:: Santa Monica Beach home with Mediterranean influences
Contemporary Villa In Santa Monica, California/Pictures from 1kindesign
Bathroom in a Contemporary Villa in Santa Monica, California
A striking contemporary villa overlooking a golf course has been beautifully transformed, situated in the Riviera Country Club in Santa Monica, California. Nestled on a sprawling 30,000 square foot property, this estate property features wonderful living spaces both indoors and out.
This stunning property is currently listed for sale at $16,750,000, spotted on The Agency.
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We are moving on to Bathrooms in Mediterranean Style.
Mediterranean style bathrooms are a slightly more rustic, masculine sort of antique, with bolder wood detailing and a more rugged appearance.
A Mediterranean lavatory entails designated details: darkish wooden, heat tones, marble and copper, complicated ironwork, excellent tapestry, daring, brilliant color. Lengthy used by European artisans, these factors are characteristic of Ancient World Variety. In Your bathroom, they can be integrated in a myriad of methods. Whether your Mediterranean rest room is formal or informal, rustic or refined, it’s going to be worth it.
Photos from Houzz.com
And a Mediterranean Bathroom Design Video
The majority of people don’t have huge bathrooms but that doesn’t mean you can’t get your relatively small bathroom to feel larger with some creative interior design.
There are several ways that you can make the best use of space in your bathroomto make it appear larger than it actually is. Doing so gives you an improved bathing and showering experience and makes your bathroom more appealing…
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Bathrooms part 2
Ok, here are the bathrooms in the darker color scheme.
It´s always so interesting to see what color can do to the
interior, how you can change the feel of the room with so little.
Maybe you want to give the illusion that the room is actually bigger than it is,
then choose colors that are light and yet soft on the eyes.
Pastels and lighter shade neutral colors are good choices,
because their lighter shades reflect light.
This effect will make the walls seem to look further apart than they actually are,
thus giving the illusion that more space is available than what’s actually there.
In these pictures the bathrooms are large and there is no need to make them look bigger (if of course you want to),
so the choice to use darker colors are in place.
As always I want to say, that it´s your home, so make it a place you feel relaxed and peaceful.
Photos from realestate.au