Pebble Beach home design tour: 5 elements connecting the indoors to the coast

Published Date: February 1, 2023

Large backyard in Pebble Beach
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    • Bedrooms: 4
    • Baths: 3.5
    • Square footage: 2,800 sq. ft.

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    • Golf course and ocean views
    • Spacious outdoor patio for dining
    • Warm wood floors and ceiling beams
    • Private deck off the primary suite

Situated on the Monterey Peninsula Country Club, Rodeo is the ultimate Pacific Coast retreat. But the coastal vibes don’t stop at the backyard — the careful choices made in this second home connect the interior with the surrounding environment and create comfort and luxury, inside and out. In this tour of Rodeo, we’ll highlight this Pebble Beach home design.

1. Floor-to-ceiling patio doors 

At Rodeo, grassy dunes, mature trees and the Pacific coastline are all within a stone’s throw. The outdoor deck provides a spectacular vantage point to soak in all the views. Floor-to-ceiling patio doors extend the living room space out to the deck, giving the home a bright and open feel. The design team installed wood ceiling beams to provide dimension to the room and positioned the furnishings so that all eyes are on that spectacular patio and those stunning views.
Living Room with views

2. Supersized deck for enjoying coastal views

Rodeo’s outdoor living area is almost as spacious as the interior itself — and it seems even bigger with the home’s direct view of the coast. So, the Pacaso team saw an opportunity here to maximize the outdoor living area and make it both comfortable and functional. The team outfitted the space with outdoor chairs and tables to provide more gathering spaces, leaning into the coast as a backdrop and creating a relaxing ambiance.
Outdoor deck with amazing views

3. Dining room with mirrors galore

Rodeo’s dining area gave the design team another opportunity to maximize space. The team placed multiple large mirrors on the dining room wall to mimic the adjacent patio doors and create the illusion of a more spacious room. The mirrors also reflect the gorgeous view of the golf courses into the dining room, creating a brighter and more beautiful setting inside. 
Dining room with large mirrors

4. Soothing workspace with plenty of light

The design team wanted to provide a space for owners to work from home. So, they placed a large metal and glass desk in a bedroom, right by the patio door, where it gets ample light and a nice view of the deck — things that could serve as great productivity boosters.But it’s not just about working in a second home — the team wanted the outdoor views to be a source of relaxation, too. All Rodeo bedrooms are outfitted with king beds, making it easy to retreat from a long workday and savor the views in comfort. 
bedroom with deck

5. Luxury amenities for luxurious living

Like other Pacaso homes, Rodeo is outfitted with all the amenities one would expect and need in a luxury second home. That’s evident in Rodeo’s kitchen. Open wood shelves offer easy access to the well-stocked selection of dinnerware, drinkware and spices. Add beautiful stone countertops, a tiled backsplash and top-of-the-line appliances, and you have a well-appointed kitchen that is functional and elegant.
Kitchen in Pebble Beach
To explore more Pebble Beach home design, take a virtual 3D tour of Rodeo.Each Pacaso is designed with modern furnishings, decorative artwork and special touches to create a home with livable luxury. Check out our listings, and find a beautifully furnished home that matches your lifestyle and preferences.

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