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.