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C R Y S T A L   R E S I D E N C E S 

When creating a quartz-inspired space with beach vibes, there are several elements to consider. The first is to incorporate natural textures such as jute, rattan, and bamboo to create a relaxed and tropical feel. A white-washed wood finish is a great backdrop for this style and can be used for walls, floors, and furniture. Soft sea glass colors like pale blues, greens, and pinks can also be incorporated into elements such as throw pillows, curtains, and area rugs.

To bring in the quartz element, consider using it in statement pieces such as a coffee table or side table. The translucent and reflective nature of quartz can mimic the look of sea glass and add to the overall serene and coastal look. Additionally, incorporating natural light sources like large windows and skylights can enhance the airy and open feeling of a beach-inspired interior.

Neighborhood: Aldea Zama

City: Tulum

State: Quintana Roo

Country: Mexico

Prototypes

  • Aragonita Studio 355.21sq ft (33m2)

  • Blanco Studio 355.21sq ft (33m2)

  • Reno Studios 448.85 sqft  (41.7m2)

  • Calcedonia 731.95 sq ft (68m2)

 

Project Type

Multi-Family

 

Style

Modern, Beachy, Natural, Light  Airy

 

Scope

SD DD & CD

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