Floor-to-ceiling windows bring the outdoors in and transform this great room into a seaside escape. Natural accents like the driftwood and glass side table add a coastal vibe without overwhelming the clean and airy feel of the room.
A casual dining area located at one end of a great room offers a spot for relaxed family dinners, games or crafts with plenty of storage at hand. A midcentury-inspired chandelier adds modern balance to the more rustic nature of the exposed ceiling beams and dark wood cabinetry.
The dark teal walls in the master bedroom pop and add contrast compared the simple black and white color scheme found in the bathroom. Together the two spaces create a relaxed and timeless master suite.
Separated by a breezeway and outdoor space, the two-level tower that adjoins the Pinewood Forest Idea Home by Atlanta designer Sherry Hart suggests a hip grotto custom-made for a visiting artist or a cool getaway for the teenagers of the family. A space-saving spiral staircase leads to the upstairs bedroom.
Sliding barn doors lead to the master bathroom where artwork cleverly screens the glass front water closet. Brass gallery-style lighting, a contemporary sculpture and "wavy" cabinetry all add up to a very sophisticated look.
An oasis of calm in the genteel city of Charleston, Peggy and Woody Rash's garden is ideal for parties with its lovely water feature, multiple outdoor rooms, trees for shade and a brick patio that won't tangle up high heels.
ESCAPE Vista's open floor plan features a light, airy kitchen that contains all the comforts of home. Maple cabinetry offers plenty of storage in this tiny home, while modern, stainless steel appliances offer all the conveniences to which homeowners are accustomed-a sink, under-counter fridge/freezer and a cooktop. At the rear of the space, the kitchen and dining area leads to a full bathroom that is separated from the living space by a solid core pine door that has been frosted for privacy.
This modern tiny home uses wall to wall windows to make the space feel large and bright. Light colored maple wood makes up the floors, ceilings and cabinets and reflects the natural light of the outdoors, giving the space an open feeling.
That gorgeous bluestone continues into the backyard, where an intimate dining area and swimming pool give the owners room to unwind. With lush greenery all around, this outdoor space is easily a sweet escape from the city.
Credits: Architecture: Koffka/Phakos Design; Landscape Contractor: New View Landscape; Pool/spa and Masonry: Darin Marten Construction; Metal Work: Salvador Delgado