I don't know if it's because summer it's here. There is still time to step on the sand of the beach, but my mind feels that what I want is to talk about spectacular villas on the seafront, and all I find today is White and blue.
This cozy beachfront villa combines an impressive stone exterior wall With a contemporary interior. Originally designed by Oliver Messel. For those who do not sound the name, it is one of the most influential decorators in England, related by his nephew photographer Anthony Amstrong-Jones with the British royal family, and designed from sets and costumes for the Royal Ballet to forts during World War II, before retiring to the Caribbean.
Messel discovered Point lookout when he traveled to Barbados to design Les Jolies Eaux , the home of Princess Margaret in Mustique Island in The Grenadines. That was when he started working in the area. The house is built directly on the beach that joins the easternmost point to the north of the island.
The spectacular luminosity of the island is key to the construction of the villa and is encouraged with a decoration in light tones. The color note is the intense blue of the sea and the different shades of the wood used in the furniture are the classic Caribbean exotic note. Good ventilation was sought deliverably with large windows that give sense of continuity to the beach. White beamed ceilings, columns on the porch and matte white tile floors to ensure freshness.
The house includes one freshwater pool, where we find the only cushions of fire red color on the sun loungers of an impeccable white. It has a jetty in its own cove and includes an independent guest house located near the cliff with stunning sea views. We are going to Point lookout, lets go to the beach.