This colorful Captiva Island, Florida home was designed by interior design firm Diamond Baratta and featured in Florida Design magazine. A blend of post-modernism and tropical decor, the home includes a 6,700 square-foot main house, with a 2,400 square-foot two story guest house with two full living/bedroom suites and a gazebo that was constructed on the property. The home is a grand-scaled Florida beach home cottage, with the traditional cedar clapboard siding and large expanses of glass to reveal the panoramic views of the ocean. Outdoor pavilions have been built to sit outside and relax with shade from the sun. The home’s main color scheme is turquoise, white and chartreuse, with punches of other bold colors splashed throughout the home to add vibrancy and give the home character.
The kitchen island countertop consists of lavastone.
The designers chose a bright turquoise for the entry to the home, evoking the color of the Gulf of Mexico.