| ˈkaZHo͞oəlē |
relaxed and informal way
| ˈkōstəl |
relating to or near a coast
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| ˈkələr |
the property possessed by an object of producing different
sensations as a result of the way the object reflects light
Bridge Water Designs' postulation is that monochromatic homes can be uneventful if imagination has escaped the possibilities. When one steps into a room an experience should be captured that is noteworthy and encompassing.
Adding color can be sumptuously and irresistibly achieved with throw pillows, draperies, art work, artifacts, window trim and painted accent walls. Need more be said?
Historic highway 30A is more than just a chronicled county road in Florida. It is an experience and just happens to be our home base. This two lane road parallels the Gulf of Mexico and leads to an escapade of beautiful aqua-marine water and snowy white beaches filled with soft sand that sinks in-between one’s toes. Some declare it to be the most beautiful fifteen mile journey of beach and sand dunes just about anywhere around. It is unparalleled and indefinable. The 30A route would be devoid of interest and attraction without the color of the water, the sand, the dunes, the fresh water lakes and the unforgettable sunsets. Design just like nature: Add Color!
Design choices such as a simple old-fashioned white porch swing, a teal bench situated against a tangerine accent wall, white shiplap siding with hooks for beach towels, a red and blue farmhouse bedroom, fresh pink flowers on a table, a teal, navy and aquamarine headboard in stripes and polka dots and sheer curtains blowing with the opened window, give credence to the ultimate easy going vibe of life at the ocean: beautiful, yet comfortable; classy, yet casual and of course, consistently colorful.
“Mere color, unspoiled by meaning, and unallied with definite form, can speak to the soul in a thousand different ways.”1
~ Oscar Wilde