Here are suggested pieces for the Porch. You may click images to enlarge.
Here is the modified plan based on your feedback. After looking at it, I am a bit nervous about having the blue fabric on the sofa, the lounge chairs and the dining chair seats. Is that too much of the same time? Maybe do the sofa in Sand as shown with the lounge chairs in the blue and the dining chair seats in blue. The Sand sofa is also on sale.
This is a reproduction of a classic dining table. It is very white and will look very sophisticated. Colorful placements and whatever accessory we place on the table will really be featured and come to life.
While it is unexpected, warm wood dining chairs (teak) with a weathered wood finish would be handsome. We can upholster the seats in the same fabric as the sofa and lounge chairs.
Working again off the weathered teak would be a cocktail table in with casual lines.
The lounge chair would match the color of the cocktail table and have the same blue upholstery.
We could use side tables with the sofa (later) if you found that you needed them.
Possible Patio Furntiture
Here is the selected Master Bath Accent Wall wallpaper.
Here are some purple towels. The brighter ones are from the Company Store. The single towel to check for color/quality is on the way.
Here are some suggested surface mount light fixtures for your home:
Here is the selected pattern. Once it arrives we will try samples and see if one or two colors is the best way to achieve the look you will most enjoy.
I will work on the storage wall (for towels etc) but the function is indicated. Make make most of out of stucco or a non-rot wood for longevity.
Here is the selected wallpaper for the Master Bedroom Ceiling.
With the gold ceiling, the saturated colors and the mass of the fireplace all being considered, I think that we might be best served by not having a big decorative feature on the fireplace front. We could use the concrete colored Neolith cladding for the full face as I have shown below. Imagine the dark walls, the gold ceiling, the red chest to the right of the fireplace, the lavender chair, the orange settee and your beautiful bed. Add to that the view and the eye has plenty to see so a simpler fireplace is called for. The Beton (concrete look material) does have pattern to it. I have included a full size image below. Thoughts?
Here are a couple of items that will accomplish a lot. We would build both of them into the stucco columns that will frame either the driveway or the front walk.
Here are direct links to them on the web for cost/details. We could even put them in a single column with the mail facing the street and the parcel section on the back side.
Here are the modified cabana drawings. I have increased the size of the kitchen. To maintain a symmetrical facade, I have added an exterior storage closets for pool toys etc so you don't have to take them to the garage. The shower is on the back side.
Here is a suggestion for the Cabana. You can see the size as seen from the house. It has a table that comfortably seats 8. There is also a bench to allow for seating for shoes and a place to hang wet towels above on hooks. Purses, etc can go in the openings (baskets) below. There is a small ref, a 36" gas grill and storage. The shower is located outside on the west end of the building. You will be able to speak to guests sitting on the underwater ledge at the front of the cabana or jump in the pool directly from inside the cabana. Entrance to the building is from the left and right sides. An 80" television is shown mounted on the back wall.
The hanging crew is moving along nicely. We were fortunate in that they had a couple jobs that were not ready on time so we got more than our share of workmen. They will be pulling some of the men off the job on Friday to start the other projects but we are still moving along nicely.