Designers are having a lot of fun with the theme of Miami Beach’s newest house, which has been designed by the award-winning Scandanavians.
The house is being sold on the “Design Miami Beach” website, which is an effort by Scandanas designers to help people find the perfect house for their budget.
The house features a large pool and outdoor deck, and a two-story, two-bathroom house, complete with a pool, sauna and grill.
“It’s a really cool house,” said the house’s owner, Daniel Scanavian, whose mother is from the island.
“It’s not a beach house, it’s a tropical house.”
The house has a design inspired by the Caribbean island of St. Lucia.
“I really like the island of Barbados,” Scanabian said.
“I think Barbados has a very unique aesthetic.
I just love the idea of the tropical landscape.”
A small boat, the “Panther,” is a typical element in the house.
“My mom’s from Barbados, so she grew up on Barbados and Barbados is a very interesting country,” Scananavian said, adding he grew up in Barbados.
“We have a lot in common.
So we decided to design this house with Barbados in mind.”
The home has an outdoor deck with two bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor. “
In the Caribbean, we have this island called St. Barts, and it’s the Caribbean’s largest island, with about 50,000 inhabitants.”
The home has an outdoor deck with two bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor.
A pool sits on the second floor, and the patio extends into the backyard.
There are also two large outdoor spaces that extend onto the backyard, and they’re all designed with a sun deck on the south side.
There are also three bedrooms on the upper level of the house, and one bedroom on the third level.
“You have this little space that you can sit and play in,” Scantavian explained.
“This is a big room, which means you have space for a lot more people.”
A typical day in the Scandanabian house, with a beach view.
Scantas outdoor pool.
The second bedroom is off to the side, and there are two additional bedrooms in the kitchen, and another outdoor space on the fourth level.
Scanscanavian says he wanted to have a space where people can sit, relax and take in the beauty of the island without feeling overwhelmed.
“This is the kind of thing you don’t want to get to feel overwhelmed by,” he said.
The island’s climate and history make for an unusual setting, with Scanawas grandparents living on St. Martin’s Island for several generations.
“There’s a very strong Caribbean heritage in Barbadoes, which makes this a great place to live,” he explained.