An Orchid Island Ocean Front project
It is alway fun to take a look back at work I’ve done in the past. Not that long ago I received an email from a real estate firm with a video of a home for sale.
Turns out that video was a home I did a few years ago. And by a few years ago I mean 2007! Hard to believe that was 10 years ago! Goodness how quickly time flies. It truly feels like only yesterday I was knee deep in construction on this project. It was a fun collaboration with great clients that were looking for a traditional home with a casual but inviting interior. The great part of all new construction projects is the ability to select every-single- solitary-little-detail in the home.
Three etched glass globe lanterns hang above the Dining Table. The host chairs and Dining Chair seats are upholstered in an indoor/outdoor fabric…no worries over spills here!
The bead board wainscoting in the Family Room is finished in an antique glaze to match the Kitchen cabinets.
The Kitchen has a built in seating with an antique faux bamboo round table that at one time extended to a long ractrack shape, but the leaves were lost along time ago.
The Master Bedroom is a great retreat from – well – everything!
There is a sitting area with TV as well as a small dining table. A morning bar just off the Master has a mini fridge and coffee maker so there is no need to ever leave.
The Pedestal Tub is front and center in the Master Bath.
A Study for Him
A Guest Suite on the main floor has a acess straight to the beach.
The Guest House is all about FUN! Bunks for four kids of all ages.
Front Entry of the House from the Pool Courtyard