A Dutch design duo head to the magical Caribbean island of Bonaire to tackle the most demanding clients yet: themselves!
Photo: Gaelle Le Boulicaut
Against those heavy, solid expanses, the red cedar soars. Boon used long wooden planks for the cathedral ceilings and oversize shutters, introducing texture and drama to the interiors. "We wanted to create the kind of luxury we love," he says, "so the house had to have this pleasant feeling of surprise: It had to feel so effortless that it takes people a moment to realize that we've actually given a lot of thought to everything." Boon and Meyn designated the home's lower level for bedrooms and baths; indirect sunlight and shutters that open to create cross breezes keep the spaces cool.
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