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63 Natural and organic tones and textures carry the theme that interior designer Anne-Marie Barton created within the home. Driven by nature, tree branches, pine cones and burlap garland unite the interior with festive ornamentation. ing with a full table of samples and plans to see if the clients connect or disconnect with anything on the table. It’s touch and feel — very dynamic and exciting for the client. They get the dream right then. We leave with a basket full of yeses and take it back to the studio.” Since this was a long-distance project, Barton created a design binder that was a resource for the builder and subcontractors. It included inspirational images, CAD drawings and all specifications, including the ceiling design in the master bedroom. “If a subcontractor was here and had a question they could flip through and find it in the book,” Jason says. The final trip for the homeowners was to see the finished prod-uct and experience the big reveal. “We asked if we could do a gracious living package — beyond the cabinetry, finishes and furniture,” Barton says. “We wanted the warmth in place the minute they walked in. We planned food to be on the counter, towels to be folded so they could start living right then. What happens when we work remotely is we inevitably have a concoc-tion of an army. All of this while we are installing the furniture.” www.wrightsvillebeachmagazine.com WBM


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