Nothing says “oasis of heaven” such as the St. Bart’s escape home owned by Kate and Matt Holstein. This unbelievable space includes a seamless transition between indoor and outdoor living spaces and it is fresh and chic design is to-die-for. This report goes into depth of the home, room by room, to show you the beauty of the St. Bart’s heaven property. With a special design of half covered, and half uncovered space, this house, just a five minute walk from the local beach Anse des Cayes,is a need-to-see property.
The Living Room:-LRB-*****)
With an open concept layout, the living room features positive vibes and an earthy tone. The crisp white walls are highlighted by the brilliant green of the courtyard outside and the minimalist design keeps the space looking fresh and modern. Different decor items line the walls and table tops, such as straw hats and beige tote bags that add to the relaxed feel of the getaway.
The Master Bedroom:-LRB-*****)
The master bedroom in this retreat property follows the identical minimalistic design of the primary living room, and comprises wooden and wicker furniture to increase the earthy atmosphere, tying the spaces together. The space is made complete by a cozy reading corner place alongside the natural light provided by the sheer white curtain covered windows.
No master bedroom could be complete without a master en suite attached. The en suite at this bit of heaven property features Italian lime plaster and neutral tones for a sharp effect. Raised white sink bowls maintain the space modern and lively as well as the hanging towel bars and additional storage space ensure it’s always looking tidy.
The kitchen is lit with natural light and features open shelving for a personalized look. The countertops, cabinets, and flooring are all completed in light colors enhancing the attractiveness of the airy space. A big open window from the kitchen results in the outside patio area.
The Patio Area:-LRB-*****)
Leading into the outside, the patio includes a breakfast bar with counter seating and a tigerwood table for lounge outdoor seating on the back patio. Off to the side sits a hammock and a hanging chair for additional lounge space and a relaxed feel. The terrace can be covered over so it can be enjoyed irrespective of the weather. The transition between the indoor and outdoor spaces is spectacular and the simplistic and earthy tones of the indoor spaces help the transition to be this effective.
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