Inside and out, this Myrtle Beach home makes an impression
From the outside to the inside, the Warren home connects architectural elements and creates a sense of expectation.
Fronting a busy Myrtle Beach street, the second floor patio and main floor outdoor space emanate a Zen-like vibe. Materials used in the hardscape and fencing marry mid-century modern with Japanese garden.
The living room, dining room and kitchen share open space and interconnect with the communal use of stacked stone, Ipe wood, white tiles and stainless steel.
Every bathroom in the Warren house is a work of art. Gleaming wood, mix-and-match tile work and glossy white in cabinets and vessel sinks make these private spaces smart and sleek.
One of the master suites in the house combines a grey and yellow color scheme with natural bamboo pieces.
The stunning floating stairway features a wall photo from the inside of a lighthouse and bentwood light fixtures.
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