5 Stunning Miami Beach Penthouses With Pool


5 Stunning Miami Beach Penthouses With Pool


Traditionally, penthouses are apartments that are on the top floor, or near the top, of an apartment building or other structure. Typically, penthouses are distinguished by their magnificent view and luxury amenities. Today, penthouses tend to incorporate modern architecture and design, and although the definition has widened to include more loft-like and setback structures, penthouses are still highly desired by the affluent. Of course, the price of penthouses is quite steep and even using mortgage calculators reveals the average monthly rent to be quite high, but the luxury of these designs is worth it for those who can afford it. Here are 5 Stunning Miami Beach Penthouses With Pool. Enjoy!

01. Luxury Penthouse in Miami

With some 6,000 square feet of outdoor living space over two levels, this unique home includes a master guest suite and a landscaped private plunge pool — perfect for both gracious entertaining and intimately secluded living. The master suite and private terrace at the rooftop level (whose singular bathtub offers ocean views across a sweeping private deck), recalls the commanding proportions of the personal cabins on a yacht’s quarterdeck, with the same adventurous maritime feeling to be found in everything from the crisply-detailed cable-railings to the horizon-deep views of sea and sky.

02. Miami Beach Penthouse With Pool Lists for $33 Million

The penthouse at L’Atelier Residences in Miami Beach, which is listing for $33 million, will have its own private 40-foot-long infinity pool as well as dedicated cabanas at the building’s two other pools — a 78-foot-long lap pool and an oceanfront pool with a bar and barbecue. The penthouse’s $33 million price tag, reflecting its location on the north end of Miami Beach, makes it a great value in comparison to penthouses in pricier South Beach. With six bedrooms and 6½ bathrooms, the apartment will be about 8,000 square feet, with another 8,000 square feet of outdoor space. That includes the terraces and the roof deck, which in addition to the pool will also have a summer kitchen and a lounge.

03. $50 Million Faena Penthouse in Miami Beach sold

A super-luxe penthouse condo at the very top of Miami Beach’s Faena House that was listed for $50 million is in contract, making it the most expensive condo ever sold in Miami Beach, according to The Wall Street Journal.

04. ECHO Brickell 91% Sold, But Exclusive Carlos Ott Penthouse Still Available

Over the years, Miami has been referred to as the city’s sixth borough, and it would appear that in the exclusive world of luxury real estate, this has never been truer. A wave of New York City developers has washed onto the Florida shoreline in recent months, bringing with them New York buyers, and increasingly, New York City-type pricing.

There are 3 upper penthouses in the Echo Brickell building, and each one is truly one-of-a-kind. These unbelievably spacious homes offer an entire floor of the Echo Brickell building between floors 54-56, and each penthouse has a pool on its private balcony.This is truly the height of comfort, luxury living and elegance.

ECHO Brickell is slated to be the first boutique super-tall building to come to Brickell with super luxury status. The building will feature a robotic parking garage, an infinity edge pool 300ft in the air and sweeping views of the Biscayne Bay, Brickell skyline, and barrier islands. The newly designed lobby’s focal point will be an 18 ft tall fish tank that will accomodate large sharks. The Echo Brickell is one of the tallest new boutique developments that consist of 60 stories with 157 luxury residences. Located in the popular pedestrian Brikell district in downtown Miami. Echo Brickell interior features include 10’ to 14’ ceilings, extra-large his/her closets, king size soaking tubs, gourmet kitchen and top of the line appliances. This unique tower has amazing amenities which include fitness center, spa, full-floor swimming pool overlooking the Biscayne Bay, automated robotic valet system and much more. If you, or someone you know, are interested in purchasing a luxury condo at ECHO Brickell or the bespoke Carlos Ott Penthouse at ECHO Brickell, please contact Michael Light. The ECHO Brickell Carlos Ott Penthouse will most importantly be completely customized to fit the exact specifications of the buyer. You may reach me at my office at (305) 350-9842, on my cell phone at (786) 566-1700 or via email at [email protected] Closings will begin at the end of 2016.


05. Bentley Bay’s Essential Miami Beach Penthouse

It’s a two-story 6,000 s.f. penthouse located in the Bentley Bay South condominium overlooking Biscayne Bay on Miami Beach. The residence includes 5 bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, a private rooftop jacuzzi and pool, a private gym and steam room, an entertainment area with a custom pool table, full wet bar, and professional sound system and lighting system, and much more.
The entire condo is outfitted with a Creston and Lutron home automation system with LED-light and wall panel systems throughout. It’s definitely the quintessential “Miami-style” penthouse with a lot of really unique features that would make for an interesting story.


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60+ Home Library Design Ideas With Stunning Visual Effect


60+ Home Library Design Ideas With Stunning Visual Effect


Having a home library seems so classy and distinguished. In fact, that image of a room with antique furniture and lots of books, a desk and sliding doors is not the only type of interior design a home library can have. So try to distance yourself from the cliches and to come up with your own ideas. We thought we could be helpful so we’ve gathered 62 ideas you might like.

A. Have high ceilings? Use a ladder! 01. Traditional home library with dark-stained wooden furniture and ornate details

02. Use the staircase walls as bookcases and you’ll get a unique library design

by Eric Roth

03. The symmetry of the layout and design makes this space feel imposing

by Dan Mayers

04. Your home library can be a simple reading corner with bookshelves that go up to the ceiling

05. Your home library can also be your home office and you can make it look professional

by Peter A

06. Don’t waste any space and put up bookshelves above the door

by Magle

07. You can have an entire wall covered with shelves and books

by David Duncan Livingston

08. The ladder is both a practical and fashionable accessory

by Tim Street-Porter

09. If you decide to turn the interior staircase wall into a bookcase then you’ll definitely need a ladder

by Slic Interiors

10. This home library is also a media room and the mood lighting gives it a mysterious feel

11. Combine functions and include a desk in your bookcase wall

12. In a room with high ceilings, the space above the door is perfect for displaying books

by Louise Lakier

13. A tall bookshelf system can be easily included in an open floor space

14. Turn the window wall into a cozy reading nook with bookshelves on either side

by Kazart Photography

15. Fixate the ladder to the bookcase wall so you can easily move it around

by Rob Karosis Photography

The high ceilings give the home library a professional and classical look. They remind us of the public libraries with bookshelves that go up to the ceiling and you would need a ladder to reach them. That’s exactly what you should do. A ladder can look interesting in a home library and it also allows you to use all the space available for storage.

B. Bookshelves Under The Stairs 16. The area underneath the stairs is small but cozy enough to be a reading corner

by Griffin Enright Architects

17. Cubbies built into the staircase wall can be perfect for storing and displaying books

by Reid Rolls

18. Turn the window under the staircase into a cozy reading nook with built-in bookshelves

by Hand Werk

If you’re lacking the space for a home library then you can improvise. Don’t bother combining functions and including bookcases in your living room’s design when you have a staircase. The space under the stairs or even the staircase walls are perfect for this purpose.

C. Home Office Libraries 19. The antique furniture and the fireplace give this office an old-fashioned look

20. Gray is a beautiful color for a bookcase, allowing the actual books to stand outdoors

21. A home office/library doesn’t necessarily have to be an enclosed room

22. If it spacious enough, a home office can also accommodate a sitting area

by Leonas Garbacauskas

23. Casual in the front and professional in the back with elegant accents in between

24. The wood really makes this home office look imposing and also elegant

25. A traditional home office or library looks similar to a living room

When you think about it, home offices and home libraries have lots of common. So why not combine the two into a single space? You could have a desk, a reading corner, a tall bookcase and plenty of storage space. Turn this room into your sanctuary and work space.

D. Reading Rooms 26. A floor lamp is a must-have in any reading room

by Lee Jean-Gilles

27. Make the space feel comfortable with a sectional sofa and maybe even a nap area

by Lincoln Barbour

28. Let your mind run wild as you admire the views and come up with your own scenarios

by Robert Benson

29. The attic is a perfect place for a cozy reading room

30. Your home office can also be your reading sanctuary.Love the Herman Miller Eames Lounge Chair

by Practically Studios

31. Any little free space can be turned into a reading corner

32. Have two armchairs, in case someone wants to join you

33. An ottoman can be a lovely coffee table replacement as well as a comfy footstool

by Aaron Leitz Photography

34. Paint the ceiling to make the room feel even more magical and classy

by Jauregui Architect

35. Organize a separate area in the family room where you can spend some time with your favorite book

by archia Homes

36. Open shelves make a room seem more spacious and they’re also very practical


37. Personalize this space with some cheerful wallpaper

by Annie Schlechter

38. Choose a cohesive, traditional look and use dark-stained wood throughout

by Mariko Reed

39. Add a touch of color to the room with some artwork or bold furniture

by Jacob Termansen Photography

I used to love reading books so I can understand why someone would want to have a reading room in their home. It doesn’t have to be a big space. A tiny room with bookshelves on the side walls and a cozy sofa or chair in between would be just perfect. Choose a book, sit down and enter the mysterious world of imagination.

E. An Upstairs Home Library 40. Also, you’ll be able to admire it from downstairs

by Josh and Neal

41. Install some open shelves and create an interesting display

In a loft, a hallway is formed as you go up the stairs and reach the top floor. That space is perfect for a home library or reading area. Just think about it: some bookshelves on the wall and an armchair or a bench would turn that space into an extra room.

F. Modern Home Libraries 42. The library/ reading area is raised off the floor and it becomes a separate space

by Griffin Enright Architects

43. The floor-to-ceiling glass wall provides panoramic views of the outdoors

by Jim Bartsch Photography

44. Brown can be modern too as long as the décor is simple

by Markash Design

45. Use the walls which normally remain empty such as on the entryway area

by Moshi Gitelis


46. Turn part of your living room into a more intimate reading and sitting area

by Benvenuti and Stein

That typical traditional design we all have in mind with wood panels on the walls and brown all over the room doesn’t really apply to modern interior designs. If you want a home library in your modern home, then you’ll have to get creative. It can be an open space off the living room or it can be a cozy corner with access to the terrace.

G. Bookshelves Above The Door 47. You can install shelves above the door in any room of the house

48. It’s a great way of saving space in your home office

49. You can even install bookshelves in the kitchen or in the hallway

50. Design a wall unit that goes all the way to the ceiling and frames the doors

51. Such a design also allows you to create a more cohesive interior décor

by Rob Karosis

52. A wonderful idea for small rooms without lots of space for storage

by Julie Ranee

The space above the doors is perfect for installing bookshelves. It normally remains empty so, if you want to save space, this would be a great way to do it. Of course, in case you have lots of books, you’ll also need a wall. The shelves will be impossible to reach so you’ll need a ladder, another interesting décor element to put in your home.

H. Vertical Bookcases 53. Organize a library around a column in your living space

by Edritger

54. Vertical bookcases are easy to fit in any space and they look great in the corner of a room

by Universal Joint

55. Create a cozy sitting/ reading corner with a vertical bookcase in the center

by Mary Prince

56. Find space for it in your wall unit or closet

by Curtis Martin

57. You can pair multiple units to create a focal point in the room

Although usually a bookcase or bookshelf is long and sometimes even runs the length of a room, this doesn’t mean it’s the only way to do things. How about a vertical bookcase instead? It can be something as simple as a niche in your wall unit or a series of wall-mounted shelves. You can find lots of ways to include such a piece in your home.

I. Bedroom Libraries 58. You can use the wall behind your bed, although an earthquake would ruin your night

by Michael J Lee Photography

59. Any wall in the bedroom should be ok for a bookcase

by Whit Preston

60. Save space and install bookshelves above and around the windows

61. A room divider would nicely solve the problem

by Rob Karosis Photography

62. The bookshelves should be close to the bed so you can reach them

If you’re the type that likes to read before going to bed, then why not have a library in your bedroom? It’s much more practical than having to go find a book every time and then returning with it in the bedroom. It’s also a nice idea because there’s not a lot of furniture you need in this room so there should be enough space for a bookcase.

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