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37 WBM The abundance of local craftsmen who fabricate rockers, SAdirondack chairs upporting local carpenters and picnic tables sustains the local economy, and the reward is a bespoke furniture item. will sell their wares Collaborating with a local artisan can be surprisingly easy and reward-ing, this spring. providing a rare opportunity to design and own a custom furniture piece. From top: Painted metal furnishings create a tableaux at the Autumn Hall home of interior designer Patti Howell. Susan Covington and Bryan Humphrey teamed up to design, fabricate and install this swinging daybed at Barbara Howard’s Hewlett’s Creekside home. Opposite: Woven wicker covers a metal framed settee on the sun-drenched porch of Dr. Linda Howes-Graham overlooking Third Avenue in historic downtown Wilmington. Her eclectic aesthetic is also expressed by her array of teakwood armchairs and exotic wind chimes collected from world travels. www.wrightsvillebeachmagazine.com 72 Pelican Drive Wrightsville Beach This desirable waterfront home is on an exceptional 70-foot-wide lot facing Lees Cut at Wrightsville Beach. Panoramic views encompass miles of marsh, sound and Intracoastal Waterway. The large private pier and floating dock with boat lift can accommodate up to four boats. Asking price: $2,100,000 TEE WOODBURY Broker/REALTOR®, GRI 910-617-5561 800-533-1840 [email protected] PHOTOS BY JOSHUA CURRY


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