Mediterranean House Port Design
The Mediterranean House Port Design exudes simple elegance within your reach; consider it your own getaway, peaceful and serene.
The Tuscan décor creates a seamless indoor/ outdoor living environment, reminiscent of the old country. The tranquil surroundings fashion a chic and sophisticated living space that you’ll be proud to come home to and entertain in.
Any and all of the décors offered in the House Port Designs can be utilized in any appropriate environment. Custom services are available at an additional cost, and Interior House Port Designs are offered for purchase by the room.
Our Design Team has installed the Mediterranean House Port Design Kit in the Estate House Port. We invite you to take a room-by-room tour and experience the richness and luxury of the space and its breathtaking environment. You’ll be amazed at the custom feel and the extraordinary attention to detail in the House Port Design Kit. And, you’ll see what our system can accomplish at a price far lower than custom stick-build that engage architects and interior designers. So come along and see why everyone is talking pre-fab today.
GREAT ROOM CUBE
This kitchen has it all. Its stylish wood cabinets are set off by stainless steel finishes and appliances. The black, five-burner restaurant stove, with matching hood, slips effortlessly into the built-in cabinetry. The side-by-side refrigerator has an outside water/ice dispenser for easy access. The extra large stainless sink has a combined faucet with pull-out sprayer making navigating those large pots and serving platters so much easier, not to mention washing fresh fruits and veggies. There’s plenty of counter space but the center island makes working and socializing and extra nice bonus. We used handsome Corian for all the surfaces, including the backsplash. The cabinets have solid shelving and the lazy suzan corner unit is especially useful for storage. There are large drawers in the island and stools on two sides for casual pan-to-plate meals. Stainless track lighting spots specific work areas and wall décor. We’ve combined an elegant, inviting space with the functionality of a chef's kitchen.
This room holds a special meaning in our design scheme. It’s the quiet get-away for reading or for simply gazing at the fire. Natural oak book cabinets line the walls, and a free-standing fireplace in one corner makes for a truly peaceful space. A vintage-style cigar leather sofa is a cozy place to curl up and relax. We put two side tables in front of the sofa—an easy reach to a good book, a favorite magazine, or a nice cup of tea. A library swing lamp can be adjusted for added light, while a crème colored, chunky wool rug encourages you to take off your shoes and stay awhile.
The powder room continues our theme: vintage-style pieces combined with a stainless sink stand with a marble top and basin. The white Kohler toilet is elongated for comfort, and we use polished nickel fixtures and accessories for an updated twist. The tall, rounded cabinet with antique grey finish is a nice compliment to the vintage Italian-style beveled mirror with a grey patina.
This room has a dual purpose. As a pantry, ample shelving provides easy storage. As a laundry center, there’s a large, front-loading washer and dryer, folding table, and room for ironing. Easily accessible, it’s tucked away next to the kitchen and is hidden from view with a sliding pocket door. Kept in this area can be electronic equipment that runs your wireless devices: computer, TV, sound system, etc. And, it’s the perfect place for installing the water heater.
Of course we have to start with the king-size cotton twill padded headboard, with hand-hammered brass nail heads framing the fabric, and weathered wood frame. Two sculptural iron railing wall sconces frame either side of the bed, while two cabinet-style side tables provide storage. A tall oak wall unit stands in the corner to hold linens and things. The sitting area boasts two tufted brown leather chaises with round side tables beside each one. We thought a glass-topped desk with carved legs and an upholstered wingback chair would create a inviting work space that matched the bedroom décor nicely. Two nickel-finish floor lamps with extended arms to light the chaises add a modern element to the setting. We chose two hand-spun, plush pile, natural and chocolate yarn wool rugs for both the bed and lounge area to give added warmth.
Slip covered in a natural Belgian linen, a feather-down chaise sofa dominates the sitting room and is completed with soft brown textured and solid leather throw pillows. Wrap yourself up in one of the two chenille throw blankets as you snuggle soft and warm to watch your favorite shows on the large flat screen TV. The vintage leather chest trunk in front of the sofa fits all the necessities of lounging: food, drinks, magazines and that book you can’t put down. The comfort of the natural rug adds to the lushness of the room.
What’s more luxurious than a walk-in closet with a full-length mirror leaning against the hall wall? That would be the master bath. We’ve thought of everything, from the double sink oak vanity with a marble top, to the polished nickel fixtures for the basins, shower and soaking tub including double towel bars and racks. The two oval mirrors above the vanity give the room a modern touch. The Kohler toilet is tucked away for privacy, and a sisal linen runner keeps your feet warm and dry as you luxuriate in the spa environment.
The queen-size leather headboard tells the story: a mix of vintage and modern in this double guestroom. There are two vintage aluminum side tables with drawers for storage, and a matching aluminum three-drawer dresser. Against the wall are two aluminum bookcases. The vintage glass bulb swing lamps on each side of the bed offers individual reading lights. Having the soft brown leather couch in the sitting area works perfectly for comfy, big screen TV watching. The desk, with a chestnut leather strapped back chair, completes the vintage theme. A metal table lamp with arm extension maneuvers the light as you catch up with desk work.
Two vintage iron beds are the perfect fit for the twin bedroom. A three-drawer dresser sits between the beds, holding two library table lamps to light each side. An additional chest in the corner provides more storage. We’ve chosen a comfortable feather-down linen bench sofa for the sitting area. A large double-door armoire against the wall in the lounge area can be used for a TV, as a closet or for more storage. Both areas have large natural rugs that not only look great, but can sustain plenty of wear and tear.
This Jack and Jill guest bathroom has all the comforts of home. We’ve outfitted it with two single console oak sinks, a Kohler elongated toilet, and a stylish, roomy bath/shower combination. Two mirrored wood-framed medicine cabinets are placed above each sink console. To finish things off, we’ve accessorized throughout with polished nickel.