In contrast to the calming palette inside, the red front door is a hot slab of colour. The owner found the stone eggs on a trip to the Far East.
Even though it's open to the dining room, this living area has a cosy feel and is all about relaxing and watching TV. Floor-to-ceiling windows create a seamless transition between inside and out.
The kitchen is small and uncluttered, and the unusual island unit is clad in copper panels to add shine. The cupboard doors are made from marine ply.
The pool takes pride of place in the garden, with glass fencing allowing an uninterrupted view of the lush foliage beyond.
The patchwork bedspread is a note of country chic in a modernist space, while the pillowcases are another unexpected touch.
The retro sideboard and glassware were second-hand finds, and bring personality to the bedroom scheme.
The chic, neutral ensuite bathroom is centred on the private view onto tropical palms.