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home of distinction 67 “After the commercial I started the network and reached out to her,” Jason says. “She agreed to produce a couple of series and I got to know her aesthetic — organic modern.” Barton says the term modern, in this case, does not mean high tech. “I want the materials to reveal a texture that is believable and natural,” Barton says. “I think it comes from within. It’s a drive to create order and simplicity.” With a design driven by textures and warm neutrals, the main living spaces are open to each other and united by a vaulted ceiling. Two light fixtures hang from a contrasting center beam, while the dimension of the beam embraces the dynamic. Jason says the idea for the light fixtures was to have them feed into something more substantial and have it connect with the floor. Casual and coastal vignettes are shown on the dining table — ornaments sit on burlap running down the center, mixing silver and gold alongside layered place settings. Dinner plates are placed on burlap placemats and finished with straw-tied cinnamon sticks. Coordinating details carry the theme onto the countertops. It’s not just a home. It’s a lifestyle. Modern Comfort Distinctive Design + Performance live outside the lines w w w . f a s s e b l d g s . c o m 9 1 0 6 7 9 4 2 7 7 What may we build for you? www.wrightsvillebeachmagazine.com WBM


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