When you live in a beautiful area like the Miami beach, you will naturally want an equally beautiful house. This Miami beach townhouse designed by Magdalena Keck Interior Design certainly matches the beauty of its surrounding environment, allowing its inhabitants to feel awed and contented even when they are indoors. It looks classy and elegant as well as simply and naturally beautiful.
Like typical beach houses, this house has white as its dominant colors. That, combined with the high ceilings and abundance of space, gives a sense of freedom and comfort. Natural material, such as wood, cotton, and stone (in this case, marble) are often used, especially for the furniture. The marble, however, is used for the floor, creating an elegant and luxurious effect. You can also find potted green plants in several corners of the house, adding some freshness to the otherwise stark design.
The living room has tall, impressive windows, which give the room plenty of sun light. The ceiling here is also especially high, and it makes the room feel even more airy. Two comfortable sofas stand perpendicular to each other in front of the windows. The sofas are cream colored, and they have many cushions on them. In front of the sofas is a square ottoman that can function as coffee table. The floor is covered with a pastel-colored carpet with subtle geometric shapes on it. The wall behind the sofa is decorated with simple monochromatic pictures. A unique-looking large pendant lamp is suspended from the ceiling above.
The bedroom looks similarly simple yet elegant. There is almost no other furniture in this room besides the bed, but the bed itself is already interesting enough. Its frame and headboard are two slabs of rough-hewn wood, making an intriguing natural look. There’s a cream suede carpet under the bed. At the corner of the room is a telescope, and on the ceiling is a wooden fan. The windows of the bedroom are also big.
The main asset of this house is probably its terraces. There is one terrace in front of the front door, and another terrace upstairs. The sofas in these terraces are combinations of wooden frames and white cushions, which look casual (but still elegant) and are perfect for relaxation. The sitting area in the front terrace is sheltered by a wide umbrella. The upstairs terrace has a sofa-bed on which you can sunbath. There are wooden bar stools by the parapets, so you can use the parapet as a table, drinking while enjoying the magnificent view of the sea. In short, this house does not only look as beautiful as the nature around it, but it also provides equally great pleasure and relaxation.