|These are rocking chairs. No better place to read, ever!
I really loved our glassed-in garden shower in the bathroom, which was done in a terra cotta with island accents and tilework. Some villas go for such a clean, modern look that it's hard to imagine that those places are comfortable, but not Euphoria. Everywhere you look, there are island details, whether it's the tilework, the furnishings, or objets d'art scattered around the villa.
|The other king bedded room
|View from my mom's room.
|Melanie's bedroom and the shared bath are off this hallway.
|The painting in the bathroom
|By the front door, seen at night
|The area between kitchen & sitting area, with library.
|The TV area, with screen doors to patio beyond.
|The second sitting area
|My favorite chair ever.
See what I mean? There they are, in my chairs. Behind to the left is the master bedroom, and the sliding door behind my mom leads to the pool and is the cause of all of the backlighting.
|Pool, looking toward the master bedroom
|Looking toward mom's bedroom and the dining area
|That's Prickly Pear in the background
|There was another set of chaises longues off of our bedroom
|Pool seen from the living room
|Looking at pool from outdoor dining area
|Outdoor dining area
|My mom's little balcony area
|DH posing with one of his books in our little private alcove
|Saba Rock, seen from our patio
And here are a couple of shots I made of the villa from the road above Leverick Bay, looking down. It gives a good idea of how close to the water we were:
|Euphoria with sailboat in background
|Super-closeup shot of Euphoria
|One of the many beautiful blooms in the surrounding gardens