790 Tropical Home Office Design Ideas
This project combines high end earthy elements with elegant, modern furnishings. We wanted to re invent the beach house concept and create an home which is not your typical coastal retreat. By combining stronger colors and textures, we gave the spaces a bolder and more permanent feel. Yet, as you travel through each room, you can't help but feel invited and at home.
Odd Duck Photography Bait/tackle/fly room.
Peter Vincent Architects
A 5,000 square foot "Hawaiian Ranch" style single-family home located in Kailua, Hawaii. Design focuses on blending into the surroundings while maintaing a fresh, up-to-date feel. Finished home reflects a strong indoor-outdoor relationship and features a lovely courtyard and pool, buffered from onshore winds. Photography - Kyle Rothenborg
GM Construction, Inc.
This Hawaiian home takes nature to the interior by highlighting custom items like concrete bathtubs and sinks. The large, pocket doors create the walls to this home--walls that can be added and removed as desired. This Kukio home rests on the sunny side of the Big Island and serves as a perfect example of our style, blending the outdoors with the inside of a home.
Applegate Tran Interiors
Stone was used liberally throughout the home; we chose a honed travertine. “In the different areas of the house, an array of finishes for the stone, from brushed or tumbled to polished or honed,” most of the countertops throughout the house are granite, and the exterior beams are covered in rough-hewn Hawaiian coral stone. Outside In | Pocket doors allow the home’s sunken great room to be completely open to the elements on the ocean side. “This room epitomizes the indoor-outdoor lifestyle,” Cabinetry : Mahogany scallop door from Manufacture Gallery Basin : Xylem from Ferguson Faucets : Axor Citterio by Hansgrohe from Ferguson Flooring : Crema Andino honed travertine tile from Andean Stone Wall tiles : Inti vein-cut brushed travertine tile; chisel coral stone (shower) from Andean Stone Photo-David Livingston Architect-Jim McPeak
David Mucci Interiors, LLC
The design brief for this space was for a tranquil meditation room which could accommodate two people. We were given the inspirational stories of Hawaii, %0 Shades of Grey and Zen. Much to the chagrin of his wife who gave him the room as an anniversary gift, the client never leaves!
Maienza - Wilson Architecture + Interiors
Durston Saylor for Architectural Digest
Barker Kappelle Construction, LLC
Olivier Koning Photography
Collins DuPont Design Group
Photographed by Lori Hamilton
New Leaf Builders