Bringing the outside in is a benchmark of up to date design; that being stated, this Kohala shoreline trip residence by Dara Rosenfeld Design takes that course of a couple of steps additional — utilizing a lava-rock wall divider between the bathe and the bathtub within the grasp tub! Infused with seashore blues and greens, this S,000-sq.-foot residence is a haven not just for household to collect however for the house owners to showcase and luxuriate in objects of all types collected on their travels to Tahiti and Bora Bora. You can see the island affect in all places: within the carvings on a bedstead, the wooden inlay of the ceilings, and splashy materials, colours, and prints. Gorgeous ceramic tile accents deliver extra island atmosphere into the house, as does a lavish “fern” print at a desk (a seat in a pleasant jungle!).
Beyond integration of textures and literal supplies of the islands, the home additionally options extra typical indoor/outside dwelling touches — such because the flagstone patio flooring that carries into the indoor eating and dwelling areas of the house. Casual chairs group round a wooden desk with a barrel base; the bocce ball courtroom seems to be as if it have been photographed mid-match. Finally, as can also be a benchmark with Dara Rosenfeld, custom-made furnishings and equipment play a big half within the décor: amongst them are Parisian Thomas Boog pendant lights made from opalescent oyster shells, a forged-stone eating desk prime, and a customized bamboo couch. The mixture of customized work, architectural materials that melds indoors and out, and the fabulous tropical colours of this retreat make this getaway a shining Kohala shoreline jewel.