Before

After

Before

After

Oceanside Elegance

Complete exterior makeover
Great room with loggia addition
2-Story dining room addition
Remodel kitchen and family room

Before and After

The exterior of the home went through a complete transformation from a drab North Florida stucco beach house into a beautiful Mediterranean-style villa.

A large great room was added to the right side of the home, providing much needed balance and proportion. The spacious new great room has a vaulted ceiling with exposed wood trusses and stained tongue & groove cedar. A beachy color palette of muted ocean blue, cream, sand and pale gold complements the dark stained oak flooring. Bright sunlight filters through the shade provided by the wrap-around loggia.

The owner of this 1970’s oceanfront home desired to expand its size from 3,500 to nearly 6,000 square feet to accommodate their growing family. The original home was situated to the left side of the property to allow for future expansion.

Architectural details, such as a concrete barrel tiled roof, loggia with arched openings, cast stone quatrefoils, and a warm-toned, Old World stucco palette create timeless beauty.

The original home was outdated and lacked visual appeal. The front of the home was dominated by the garage which hid the main entry from view. The new front entry provides a visual focal point and functions as a natural transition from the original home into the new addition.

Cantilevered over the dunes and resplendent in tones of seafoam green, sand, and aquamarine, this addition has become the ultimate oceanfront dining experience.

A wrap-around loggia with arch-topped columns adds an open, airy feeling to this new wing of the home.

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Several existing rooms were extended onto the balcony area to greatly improve their view of the beach.

Expansive walls of glass adorn three sides of the room, providing unobstructed views of the beach and rolling waves.

Our task was to create a more pleasing and balanced architectural identity.

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