The owner had two specific elements that he wanted portrayed in the design. The idea was to respect the land and draw design inspiration from the shape of the the live oak trees which are shaped by the coastal winds. A great little challenge for the design team and they nailed it.
Confession: I kind of want to be Rachael Ray. She gets to cook, eat tasty food, be on TV… and have her own magazine! That’s the life, I’m tellin’ ya. Anyway. We’re so happy to report that the August 2011 issue of Every Day with Rachael Ray features our totally amaze Etch-A-Sketch iPad Cover! Such a fun iPad case and such a fun magazine. Make sure to pick up a copy when it hits stands… just don’t read it on an empty stomach.
Today starts my and Keith’s 3-Day, NO FOOD , all juice cleanse! I’m a little nervous but actually really excited. You can do anything for 3 days, right?! Oh, it’s the Blueprint Cleanse if you’re interested in checking it out! Wish us luck.
I love People Style Watch! I’m always saving pics of celebs to use as style inspiration, and PSW makes that so much easier. The June 2011 issue was especially good (and not just ’cause it’s other Blake Lively cover) because it featured our Strapless Halle Maxi Dress! Such a cute and comfy option for summer. Oh, and PS, it’s only $46!
True Life: We love Twist magazine. When one comes in the office, Jenna & I immediately grab it and pull out the posters and may or may not fight over who gets the Justin Bieber stickers. Anyway. Our Risky Business Sunglasses are featured in the newest issue! The Risky Biz are so old school and so new cool… pick up your pair here!
This is how you roll if you’re crazy about water skiing. You find this sweet piece of property with an existing lake, modify and dredge it for your 1/2 mile ski course and create a sweet little berm to hang your house over with the perfect view of the water. Very nice.
The materials throughout are pretty basic and were kept to a minimum. Keep the maintenance down while putting out a cool cutting edge design. Concrete on the floors with some board formed concrete mixed in with the plaster walls.
Florida. Right on the water. It’s screaming for an outdoor shower. This unit is simple, keeping with the overall vibe of the place. It literally sits right off the master shower so you could jump from one to the other. A nice teak wood base floor in both showers too, recessed right into the concrete.
So open to the outdoors, once again maximizing that view of the course. A killer little fire pit and negative edge lap pool to finish it all off.