Amanda Lindroth and her Sweden-born husband Orjan. It's part of their hillside house Ca'Liza (named after their daughter Liza) on the Paradise Island that has a view out to the Atlantic Ocean. It's a coralina limestone house with Palladian columns, designed by de la Guardia Victoria Architects. The outdoor living area was featured in the book Veranda: The Art of Outdoor Living by Lisa Newsom, published last year.
from the book Veranda: The Art of Outdoor Living
Amanda chose to decorate the loggias with vintage rattan furniture, which she found in antiques shops and on eBay. The blue and white batik cushions are made of yards of China Seas fabrics that she received as a housewarming gift.
1-2: from the book Veranda: The Art of Outdoor Living by Lisa Newsom, published by Hearst (1: via Aesthetically Thinking | 2: via Amanda Lindroth) | 3: Tria Giovan for Veranda, June 2010 via Mark D. Sikes