home of distinction
DINING AND LIVING areas
now feature natural wood beams that span the
white shiplap ceiling with large picture windows
giving way to an unobstructed ocean view.
The central fireplace that blocked the ocean
view came down. The TV and game area remain
cozy yet functional, a place for the entire family
to relax as one.
While Morrison chose more of a cottage style
for her California home, she knew she wanted
the Wrightsville house to be contemporary.
Covington designed the color scheme around
neutral colors in gray and white with accents of
blue. An area rug defines the seating area with
soft touches to the modern aesthetic while reel-ing
in the geometric vibe created by the room’s
Downstairs, the floor plan remained the same
with four bedrooms, including the master, which
Morrison designed with her father in mind.
Raised platform beds appear to float above the ground, giving the impression of more
Fresh, white bed linens with accents of blues and grays continue the home’s color
scheme. Suspended modern light fixtures free space for floating nightstands. The
bathrooms maintain the floating aspect with marble, white cabinets and light fixtures
built in to the mirror. The master bath features a large walk-in shower.
homes locally for
over 20 years.
WBM august 2017