When you approach the esteemed Dhevatara Home you may understandably have high anticipations. As one of the Samui’s most lavish and unique estates, the criteria set are exceptionally high. At Baan Maliwan these expectations will likely be surpassed.
As you stroll as much as the grand wooden entry gate you’ll be surprised by the general peaceful setting on the estate. Trendy private homes line the route with substantial tropical landscaping contributing to the atmosphere of complete serenity. The imposing wood doors lead right into a landscaped entry garden with stepping stones through the crops to the stairs which take you upward and to the home.
On top of the covered stairway, there’s a balcony which provides you with the first chance to marvel at the view outside over Bophut bay. Doors open to the open plan lounge, kitchen, as well as dining room also to the right, is a huge sun patio as well as a beautiful pool.
Externally this can be an elegant and fashionable appearing property. It signifies a high quality, big, the three-bedroom house which will impress even the most discerning customer. But it’s the selection of inside furnishings which actually set this house apart.
Large comfy beige couches sit around a square vintage wooden coffee table. There are wall-mounted television set and a perfect teak cupboard. The chamber manages to combine dull natural colors with more glowing modern furniture and the effect is very satisfying. Going towards the eating area on the left wall there’s a long low-built in cupboard which has three modern-day golden disks mounted above, each having a candle holder in the center.
Dominating the eating room is a strong white high-polish dining table and white high-back seats. A black and golden runner decorates the area and hyperlinks it with the couch color scheme. Directly ahead is the fully fitted contemporary kitchen. A principal island attribute doubles as a breakfast bar and divides the dining area in the kitchen.
The right-hand aspect of the entire open plan area has large glass doors and windows leading outside to the pool patio and ensuring that the unbelievable sea view is definitely accessible. A hall decorated with blue and golden Thai contemporary artworks prospects to both ground floor bedrooms. The first has built in wardrobes, twin beds, as well as a flatscreen Television.
Again the furnishings stand out with vivid reddish grass reeds in a vase supporting the television set; blue thick piled carpets in the foot of every bed and contemporary artworks in blue, orange and golden. The ensuite toilet continues the color motif with blue mosaic tiles on the wall in the walk in the shower and over the mirror.
Another bedroom is a mirror-image of the first, when it comes to layout, but this one features a double bed, as well as the color scheme in here, borders more towards hues of purple. Modern artworks use gold and lilac colors as the mosaic tiles in the bath will also be lilac. Again doorways open onto the pool deck as well as the views. In the hall, stairs lead up to the master suite.