Laid Back Vintage Luxury, a stunning beachfront home designed with open living spaces so everyone feel accessible and connected. Big cusped windows accented with old Indian arches showcase the spectacular ocean views. Casually understated laid back interiors perfect for entertaining or just a lazy secluded afternoon reading your favorite book to the music of nature.
A cozy lived in feel brought together by vintage woods and architectural pieces that tell stories of their past owners. Old Haveli doors and arches have soft worn textures and patinas giving a warm elegance to the decor.
An open living room and kitchen area with extra-wide sliding carved barn doors that leads to the patio. The barn doors are created from carved Indian panels of Buddha, Krishna, Ganesha in subtle colors, when closed they are beautiful pieces of art. When opened, the doors almost double the living space. Laid back and slower paced soothing energies fill the room.
Casual waterfront entertaining with close friends is the main thought of laid back vintage interiors. The living room features a long triple arch veranda that showcases the ocean views, a custom old door iron nailed coffee table where the family plays cards and watches movies. Sun-bleached, old reclaimed doors on the wall act as masterpieces of architectural art giving an old world ambiance.
The upstairs features two master suites, each with balconies and incredible ocean views. Each of the five bedrooms is inspired by various cultures such that every guest feels they have their own personal retreat.
Old textured woods that burst with colors and carvings, from the credenza under the TV in the living room to the “manjoosh” in the kitchen. An old beautiful bleached Haveli door textured naturally by blowing sand is the king headboard that grabs your attention as you walk past the arched doorway. The soft breeze rustles the sari curtains bringing in the romance of a bohemian rhapsody.
When designing the laundry space, Indian inspired whitewashed laundry cabinets complete the vintage look. Old reclaimed wood is used everywhere, from the study table to the bookshelves in the library. Made from antique door frames, they even have the house number inscribed on them.
A huge antique door frame wall mirror in the bathroom gives a grand statement. A lush carved rustic sideboard has been converted into a double vanity with copper sinks. Enjoy the warm woods and soft earthy feels of vintage reclaimed woods. Nurturing and earthing woods give beautiful energies to the living space and the house becomes a home.