A Family Retreat on Island Time

The bunk room with curtained sleeping nooks is a kid’s dream retreat.

On the second floor, the large airy living room offers expansive ocean views. “The space is an exercise in textures,” Biagini says. Upholstered furniture in classic silhouettes gives the family a comfortable place to spread out and relax. Just off the living room, a smaller sitting area offers a contrast in mood with fabrics in deeper hues and a colorful Oushak rug. “With its darker palette, this smaller, more intimate den is a counterbalance to the large, bright living room,” says Biagini.

Entertaining options include a 9-foot-long island with bar, a kitchen table that can seat eight, and an outdoor dining table on the second floor. Beneath the balcony, a spa-like arrangement of furniture offers space for lounging in the shade or informal cocktails at sunset.

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