Baan Samlarn manages to successfully combine old and new influences, using a variety of conventional styles, genuine Thai decorations, natural substances and contemporarily designed furniture and accessories. As you go into the villa you’re greeted with elaborate wooden wall carvings as well as an official square teak table with leather backed seats.
A flatscreen Television can also be mounted on the wall. The sack pavilion on the proper has a vibrant twin bedroom to the back with doors opening to the entry yard.
The contemporary art fits the colors and the wood lamps have matched a stuff. A wood Television cupboard with flat screen Television finishes the equilibrium of the chamber. The bath comes with an aquamarine mosaic tile impression in the bath.
The front ground floor bedroom has steps leading into the space, on the center is the dressing space as well as the bath which includes twin sinks, a bath, an elevated decked area with free-standing tub and a planted interior yard with outside shower.
The bedroom has a wood double bed, comfy furniture and brown and cream fitting furnishings. Upstairs, after dark stained-glass window and chandelier, are just another back bedroom with twin beds, flatscreen Television, ornamental lamps, green and brown add-ons and balcony with views of the entry garden. The bath has a bathtub with lilac mosaic tiling.
To the entrance is the master suite having a modern styled four-poster bed, antique ottoman, and comfy chairs. A flatscreen Television, as well as a balcony, with excellent views of the house, as well as the ocean, complete this elegant room. The bathroom has a characteristic sunken tub and separate shower-room.
This bedroom has a cozy woven couch along with a flat screen Television. To the entrance of the chamber is a planted area as well as the principal living pavilion. Wood flooring with marble round the borders, as well as the wood-lined vaulted ceiling, create an all-natural feeling in a chamber that is improved by the selection of furniture included.
Natural stuff predominates with leather, wood, bamboo and water-hyacinth creating most of the furniture. And cleverly chosen Thai decorations and artifacts give a normal component that complements the contemporary art and furniture styles.
To the center is the sizeable pool with waterfall feature which leads down into a sala which has a toilet, kitchen, as well as entertainment space with the imposing table and considerable all weather garden furniture. From here steps lead down to another backyard grade, a backyard shower, and actions onto the lovely shore. The ferry pier also can be an adequate reminder that when your home is in these peaceful setting, others are traveling in the busy parallel universe.