Fluidity is the name of the game at Toiny Bay's Casamia Villa, a single-bedroom stay with lots to offer. The natural vibe of the villa sends you straight into a luxurious St. Bart's vacation, especially with features like the outdoor rain-head shower that is surrounded by bamboo, the beautiful wooden designs and furnishings found in each room, and the plunge pool and pool deck walled with tropical plants and vegetation. Casamia works well for the couple who is in tune with nature or for any couple ready to tap in to that kind of harmony. And keep the vibes going with a quick stroll down to the beach!
St. Barts' remote and unspoiled Toiny Bay is best known to surfers and the island's more intrepid visitors. The newly constructed Villa Casamia is perfectly suited to this pristine region: a secluded oasis with a spirit perfectly in harmony with the beauty of its natural environment. Hidden away among the palms, yet still flamboyant, and just a short stroll from the beach (too rough for swimming), Casamia villa looks out over the pristine and protected land of St. Barts' Cote Sauvage.
Casamia relies on a gentle earth-tone palette and soothing textures, allowing it to exhibit a rare and coherent design aesthetic. An outdoor shower enclosed in bamboo, a Japanese tatami bed beside white curtains bathed in diffuse sunlight, the smooth grain of the hand-carved Indonesian suar wood, and the subtle design touches combine to create an extraordinarily relaxing atmosphere. You could enhance it with music, or simply enjoy the sound of the waves.
Casamia's cleverly conceived layout creates a sense of openness and natural flow from one room to the next. From the main living area you enter the bedroom, where you can continue out onto the deck or through the dressing room to the outdoor rain-head shower, and then back to the kitchen from there. The interior spaces are defined yet still fluid, perfectly melding with one another and with the outdoor environment.