East meets west

A new home blends owners’ Indian roots with modern design ideas


A peek through the archway offers a glimpse of this master bathroom, which includes a massive shower set behind a soothing bathtub.

This long, two-tiered kitchen island offers counter seating and expansive food preparation and cleanup space.

This two-story home is constructed of Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) that stand up to hurricane-force winds and can save homeowners up to 50% in energy costs.

An open floor plan means that this kitchen is conveniently open to the dining and family room areas—offering plenty of space for entertaining large groups.



Separate his-and-her vanities, along with a full-length dressing mirror, are positioned along the sides of this master bathroom.

This home also features an elevator, which will make the eventual transition to retirement much easier for the owners.

This home office features a nice mixture of dark hardwood floors and light walls and furniture.



This elegant great room offers an enticing view of the outdoors thanks to glass walls that open completely to the back patio and pool.

This screened-in back patio is home to a swimming pool and spa, an outdoor kitchen, and a veranda that offers access to the master suite.

This ornate black bed, featuring fabric-inset panels in the headboard and footboard, rests in front of a niched accent wall covered in 3-dimensional wavy tile.



Two rows of leather home theater seating and dark blue walls allow this family to gather together in one space to enjoy a movie.

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