Tropical modernism

A new home reflects the owners' desires for a custom design


Three mirrors inset into wall niches hang above the extra long floating double vanity in this bathroom.

The Tropical Modernism architecture of this Davis Islands home features an abundance of glass, low rooflines and the use of courtyards to bring the outdoors inside.

This eye-catching stone fireplace serves as the focal point in the formal living room, which is centered in the open-concept main living area in the home



This large kitchen island offers two sinks, bar seating, and plenty of counter space for food preparation.

Residing on the bay, this home overlooks a beautiful swimming pool and offers a dock with boat and jet ski/canoe lifts.

In lieu of a formal foyer, this home has a front gallery hallway. The glass art was sculpted in the southwest by an artisan and is highlighted by the natural lighting from the wall of windows overlooking the courtyard.



This living room features a nice mix of beige, gray and brown accented by a pop of sunny yellow.

This master suite has access to both upper level decks overlooking the water. Minimal d├ęcor allows the view to become part of the design.

The high-end appliances make this a gourmet kitchen, but it is designed to seamlessly flow as an extension of the living room.



Eclectic art, a staircase, and a built-in bookcase bring unique character to this formal dining room, which is tucked behind the stone fireplace.

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