Of course the pool and the back garden steal plenty of attention as they provide you a with a soothing fresh water dip in case you are bored with all the ocean views or need a change from the setting as you return from the nearest beach. This is all about living it up in an eco-friendly style.
The common theme of the home seems to be a rustic charm and uniqueness that comes wrapped in soft colors and a touch of contemporary style; something that seems all too natural for a Nordic setting and style!
With a limestone wall and natural green canopy forming an inviting and understated entrance the home opens up into an impressive and spacious structure. Vaulted living space and water-bound exteriors are a few of the many unique features of this multi-million dollar structure that seems in serene agreement with its surroundings.
The architects have divided the available space into two broad sections – an active area and a quiet zone and the entire arrangement follows this predetermined pattern. The beautiful open dining space an ultra-modern kitchen and a relaxing living area with a large L-shape sofa taking a center spot are arranged ever so elegantly to ensure that function naturally follows form.
The Dalene Cabin opens up towards the south to offer plenty of natural ventilation and sunshine while it uses dark firpannels on the outside and oak on the inside to ensure that the aesthetics of the home are just about perfect.
Although the villa consists of 46 impeccably decorated and detailed rooms one particular space worthy of additional recognition is a lounge lined with dark purple walls deep purple draperies dark wood accents and a breathtaking ceiling fresco.
The sloping rooftop is another feature that gives the home an exclusive look and with an area for outdoor dining and barbeque added at the flat portion of the roof the designers have tried to bring together the best of form and function. And they seem to have done a pretty good job at that.