48 WBM may 2014 The redesigned master bath, which once harbored an oversized tub as a focal amenity, now touts his-and-her vanities and an open, walk-in shower in place of a tub. The upstairs open-loft originally looked over the family room and served as a somewhat-noisy teen hangout. Now walled in, the space has been repurposed as a home office for Mike. Strategically placed windows in the office’s A-frame wall welcome natural light and a panoramic view of the cul-de-sac’s common lawns and lake. Upstairs, each oversized guest room provides private baths instead of the original jack-and-jill configuration. “Wright always had a good idea for any room,” Kim says in the open and light family room. “For instance, the cathedral ceiling in this room Opposite: Vintage lighting, designed and created by Louise Gaskill, adds a flash of eclectic panache to the dining area and to the elegantly appointed tablescape.
Wrightsville Beach Magazine May 2014
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