When you hear the word “paradise,” one of the images that probably comes to mind is a tropical island. Country stars Faith Hill and Tim McGraw certainly felt that way when they saw the 20-acre private island in the Bahamas that they recently purchased and on which they built a stunning home.
Everything about the place is beautiful and serene. Hill and McGraw appreciated the natural beauty of the island so much that they turned to McAlpine, an architecture-and-interior design firm, to help them create a home that embraced that natural beauty as much as possible.
The result is a gorgeous estate that flows with the island. It is modern yet comfortable, primarily using white to promote a clean, airy feeling throughout the home and accenting it with other neutrals. Any pops of color have been inspired by ones found on the island, such as greens and blues.
Enjoy this stunning home tour courtesy of Architectural Digest.
Faith Hill and Tim McGraw Home Tour
The outdoor living areas are plentiful, especially around the pool, and all are surrounded by the incredible ocean views and tropical foliage.
The architecture of the home is stunning in its own right. Its design is simple yet creative as seen here where the walls look like they are curtains pulled to the side.
Much of the house is open to the fresh air so you can always feel like you are connected to nature when you are roaming the halls.
Neutral tones, white furniture, and pops of blue all pull directly from the nature surrounding the home for a fresh, clean appeal. And of course, floor-to-ceiling windows and hideaway doors allow you to feel like you’re outside at any given time.
The outdoor dining areas is breathtaking under a modern pavilion. All the white and natural wood tones complement the stunning foliage surrounding it.
The master bedroom faces an uninterrupted view of the ocean with sliding doors that completely disappear so you can enjoy the ocean breeze and sound of the waves.
A freestanding tub is the perfect spot in which to unwind by the water.
All of the decor, including the spare bedrooms, sticks to a neutral color scheme with accent colors that are pulled directly from the island.
Even empty spaces like this hallway are breathtaking in their simplicity of design.