If money is not a problem, how would you design your house? Many would agree that they would surely add a swimming pool if they don’t have to worry about the budget when building the house!
In this elegant 2-story native house, the first floor is dedicated for recreation as the open-area design features a living room and dining room that are just a few steps away from the outdoor swimming pool.
Perfect in tropical areas where there are no winters to freeze the pool and the occupants of the house, large doors, and windows readily let the air in. On most days, there’s no need for fans and air conditioning in this elegant home.
The posts and beams of this house are large enough to support its frame plus also allow you to put some hammocks to complete the resort-like feel of this beautiful home. Rough, anti-slip tiles are used on the first floor and around the swimming pool, while the second floor is made of wood.
The second-floor porch wraps around the front portion of the house and towards the side facing the swimming pool.
And while the first floor already offers a living area, the second floor also features an expansive living room with large day beds and comfortable throw pillows. This room opens out to the porch.
The bedroom offers a huge king-sized bed with decorated frames on the headboard. You can change the design of the headboard, of course, to suit your personality.
In keeping with the resort feel of this native yet modern house, the huge bathroom features granite countertops and frosted glass on the door.
The kitchen is huge and equipped with all the appliances you need not just for day-to-day food preparation but even for welcoming family and friends who might want to hang out at your pool the entire day.
The dining area on the second floor is set towards the back but still with easy access to the porch.
Wood furniture complements the overall look of this native house.