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Spanish Beachfront Villa

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Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Spanish Beachfront Villa

December in New York can be quite cold. I have decided to take my mind to a warm place for this architecture blog post. This villa located in Marbella, Spain is marvelous. With direct beach access, this home is the perfect getaway. (ABOVE) This is a traditional Spanish-style villa. The low-sloped roof above the patio is very beautiful. I like that this villa has an old world charm. (BELOW 1) The short shrubs are a great choice for this property as they do not block the water. I find the large sculptures in the water very interesting, they add a dose of the unexpected. If you look inside the pool, you will notice the stairs curve around the sculpture. (BELOW 2) I like the tiles chosen for the pool deck. They work beautifully with the home, and add a touch white. The outdoor fireplace is a great choice as Marbella can drop to 60 degrees Fahrenheit during the winter months. (BELOW 3) I like the natural design of the cabaña. The wood furniture and sculptures are warm and inviting. I could be laying on that wicker sofa as we speak.



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