Getting to have a stay in a beach house is probably an ideal way to spend some hours. The following are a few relaxing and refreshing looks into waterfront living.
From Fábio Galeazzo of G’zzo Galeazzo Design, this bright and unexpected residence is located shore side in Brazil.
This reconstructed beach house received an update, both on the exterior and interior. First, it got a lift from inserting bamboo beams to provide necessary structural support that was lacking in the original.
The roof was modernized with thermal tiles which adds to the energy efficiency of the already economy minded build.
Sustainably gathered timber and other natural materials can be seen in the details, like in the stone façade that is both an inside wall and also greets the street.
The color palette and out of the ordinary shapes were chosen to make the home stand out against the neighboring green foliage. The circular window is cleverly framed with an inviting handcrafted bookshelf.
Though largely a single room layout, the color and spacing of objects inside lends to a smooth connection to the outdoors.
Unexpected decorations, such as what looks like an Osmeli sculpture on the table, add to the out of the ordinary element. The sunny details in this bungalow would put the pressure on the dweller to match their disposition with the good mood feel of the house.
Above images via Fábio Galeazzo.
A larger floor plan that also makes a mark on the vivid spectrum is seen in this beach house located in El Salvador. From the architectural firm Cincopatasalgato, this home with a dune grass thatched roof atop an entertainer’s dream room is a luxurious design.
Called the Costa Azul House, this top of the line indoor to outdoor living space encompasses the whole first level.
The roof was designed to accommodate the watering needs of the garden, as it funnels any rainfall down to this area.
Though much of the house is bathed in white, the use of color gives the rooms a wakeup call with their bold details. The vaulted ceiling adds to the dramatic and roomy feel.
The colored wooden slats seen in the decorative wall give an earthy feel, but the pops of color bring in the modern.
Above images via Cincopatasalgato.
The materials used throughout the spa are a blend of reclaimed wood and bright, new pieces.
The wicker accents, organic feeling surfaces and the solid grey flooring adds to the naturalistic elements, and creates the perfect backdrop for sprinkling in bold color inclusions.
The use of color in these beach houses is exemplary, but still doesn’t detract from the best natural color design – the view from the beach.
Above images via Rockwell Group. Photography by W. Retreat and Spa.
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