Ease of access to key household amenities is essential.
I like mural walls anywhere from the living room, to the dining room, bedrooms, and even bathrooms! :)
The master bedroom's balcony has a mini pool and lounge area. The acrylic furniture are lovely!
What a dream to have one like this IRL. The wardrobe features mirrored closet doors, a lounge/styling area and separate access to the bathroom.
This is the balcony accessible from the upstairs lounge. It overlooks the pool area and surrounding vicinity.
The master bedroom takes on generally darker tones than the rest of the house. Let's start with the midnight blue wall-to-wall carpet!
A glass divider separates the sleeping area from the rest of the space. A view out the balcony window/door gives a sneak peek on the mini pool and lounge area.
The master bedroom is quite huge and has its own mini pool.
The pool area shuns the wooden deck for more weatherproof sandstone. Wood goes on the trellis! :)
The pool features a wooden "bridge" that can be hoisted up to become sunbeds.
A boat hammock is featured here. All the planks have been hoisted up to become one huge sundbed. I brainstormed a bit how this could work IRL, but i guess it's doable.
Boys will be boys, but they can have some salmon pink, too!
A large mural serves as the accent wall for Bedroom No. 2. Decorated in a playful manner, with emphasis on development (into penguins-? or minions-? baa..baa..baaa!).
The upstairs lounge leads to a balcony overlooking the pool area.
This large living room is inspired by tropical coral reefs.
Warm and cool. The Dining and Kitchen areas feature natural and modern finishes, providing a visual and tactile experience to occupants and guests. Turquoise, emerald and sunshine hues combine well, i think.
A view of the kitchen from the dining room. The archway on the left leads to the service and utility areas, while the one on the right leads to the powder room and guest room.
This view greets all those who enter the front door. Standing here gives a hint of major things the house can offer. A coral reef inspired decor arrangement is featured here.
Two rocks and bushes chase each other under the stairs.
The guest room is minimally treated but relevantly decorated, i guess.
Small as it may be, it gets the job done. Says the parrot.
Pink, salmon and baby blue abound in the 3rd bedroom. Also, decorated playfully.
Another view of Bedroom 3 and its elaborate accent wall.