Modernity of California beach houses mixes with British eclecticism in this Caribbean resort
For their 45 room resort venture, the clients envisioned the modernity of California beach houses with British eclecticism.
Interior Designer: Eric McClelland, ARIDO
Design Firm: Fleur-de-Lis Interior Design Inc.
Photographer: Nhuri Bashir
Allowing the cliffside topography, climate, and budget to dictate the strategy, the client’s personal preferences of roomy bathrooms, luxurious bedrooms, and exterior sitting areas guided the details.
The design team addressed the long-term life of the resort by sourcing durable finishes and moisture-resistant millwork, incorporating hurricane shutters and awnings for emergency lockdown. Tasteful beachy elements were added: nautical lamps, alongside wicker and teak furniture, keeping the focus on the breathtaking ocean views.
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