Stylish Villas That Make Us Want To Set Off To The Sun
Sunlit pool terraces beautifully expand the living space of these three fresh modern villas, captured by photographer Danang Seta. Stylish decor schemes present luxury inside, offering tasteful settings for vacation fun. The first of our three featured holiday villas boasts a landscaped pool area with lush lawns. Boho-style quarters lie within, dashed with cosy cushions, jute rugs, and fashionable rattan elements. The second villa design carries a touch of tradition, with classical garden sculptures placed around the pool. A sunken seating area adds a retro twist. Finally, we’ll round off our trio with an unusual industrial-style villa. Concrete decor builds a cool aesthetic, whilst wooden accents construct welcoming warmth.
Villa Lamut is a beautiful two-story holiday home with a sunny swimming pool terrace. The compact pool cuts into a modern landscape design, where lush green lawns and tropical plants add enlivening colour.
At night, the pool terrace becomes a magical oasis of warm light and shimmering water. Uplighters showcase Mother Nature’s sculptural creations and their outstretched foliage.
The terrace floor alternates between neatly trimmed lawns, small decked areas, and winding pathways. The alternating ground surfaces create visual interest and added dimension.
Wide glass doors are spread along the length of the villa. The glazed doors open up a free-flowing connection between the large living room and the outside living spaces.
With the sliding doors pulled back, there is natural ventilation through the villa. Conversation can be held between people indoors and out by the pool.
A couple of outdoor chaise lounge chairs are situated on a small deck beside the swimming pool, beneath a shady garden parasol. After sunset, the chaise lounge chairs become a sweet spot for conversation under the stars.
Tall palm trees shoot up around the borders of the landscaped gardens. Their tall trunks break up the solid appearance of the high boundary wall.
Inside the living room, a large jute rug creates a textural island for a comfortable sitting area. A cream couch pulls around the edges of the area rug in an L-shaped formation.
A curvaceous lounge chair rounds out the living room furniture arrangement.
In the centre of the sitting area, a unique glass top coffee table makes an eye-catching focal point. A small wooden media unit neatly displays the TV.
An assortment of boho scatter cushions playfully accessorise the pale living room decor palette. Blush pink accents add subtle visual warmth.
A decorative gold mirror adorns one blank white wall. Indoor plants add naturally beautiful decoration, colour, and texture to the space.
Behind the sofa, a unique dining room set seats up to eight people.
The villa also has a separate snug, which makes a cosy space for watching movies.
A light master bedroom is flavoured with pretty boho accent pieces. A round rug lays a tonal jute pattern on the floor. A tasselled bedcover expresses a relaxed aesthetic.
Inside the first bathroom, an open shower space design is filled with sunlight from a large floor-to-ceiling window.
A second shower room receives sunlight through a well-positioned skylight.
Our second luxury holiday home is Green Villa, located 650 yards from Jimbaran Beach. Here, the outdoor area is almost consumed by an inviting blue swimming pool design. A narrow terrace borders the edge. Classical garden statues reflect upon the surface of the water.
At the end of the long swimming pool design, we discover a compact garden area that’s home to small trees and flowering plants.
A sunken seating area brings the homeowner and their guests down to the water level of the pool, making conversation easier between the two recreational areas.
In the centre of the conversation pit, a small rattan coffee table is ideally situated to receive drinks and snacks.
The villa architecture wraps the swimming pool in a U-shaped embrace. At night, the villa’s interior lights flood the outdoor area with bright illumination. The swimming pool almost feels like a part of the interior, making it inviting during every hour of the day and night.
An uplifting blue accent colour threads throughout the villa, from blue swimming pool tiles and matching sun loungers to a blue dining room and coordinating kitchen cabinets. In the combined kitchen diner space, wireframe dining room pendant lights drop in black anchors.
Striking wall decor draws the eye across to a casual lounge area. Blue scatter cushions colour a grey couch.
In the master suite, a bespoke vanity table stretches across the full length of the room. An end of bed bench conceals extra storage space.
Twin wardrobes flank the door to an ensuite bathroom.
A twin bedroom features a unique wooden focal wall behind a custom-made upholstered headboard.
On the second floor, wide balconies overlook the pool terrace. A roof terrace crowns the property.
A mezzanine landing is structured above the sunken seating area, creating an airy double-height void.
Wicker chairs furnish a resting spot out on the bedroom balcony. Glass balustrades leave the view unobstructed.
A convenient wooden bar area is created above the glass balustrades. Wicker bar stools pull up to the bar and the view.
Villa Niscala carries a cool industrial aesthetic. Concrete volumes dominate a tranquil poolside sitting area.
Green borders grow a veil of privacy around the swimming pool.
Concrete walls and floors create an industrial grey living room.
Rich wooden accents warm the cool grey aesthetic.
Wooden coffee tables nest between the living room sofa and a wooden media unit. A monochrome area rug lays down geometric pattern.
Behind the lounge, a formal dining area is arranged alongside the kitchen.
Black dining chairs seat six around a stark black table.
Concrete cabinets construct the kitchen.
White wall render provides a more peaceful look in the master bedroom. Mini bedroom pendant lights emit a soft and cosy glow.
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