18 Chapin Circle, Myrtle Beach - David and Robin Russell stand in front of their brick manor in the Dunes Club area.
The living room design is centered around the antique oriental rug. Fabrics in neutral textures allow the architecture to take precedent with the arches facing the rear terrace and garden and the stepped dentil molding throughout the room. The rich cobalt blue velvets accent the blue in the rug.
The entrance hall is painted a mid blue shade in a matte finish to accentuate the rich moldings done in a high gloss lacquer.
The main bedroom is furnished in sleek, sophisticated pieces to enhance the 17th century Japanese cornflower panel design in aubergine and clay on the main wall.
The kitchen-breakfast room cabinets are lacquered in black with brass hardware. Contemporary furnishings complement the traditional cabinet design and the exotic travelers palm tree design in the wallcovering.
2187 Macareta Loop, Myrtle Beach - The outdoor area is perfect to relax or entertain a large crowd. It features seating areas, a lounge with TV, a dining area with kitchen, and a gorgeous pool deck for sunbathing.
The granite wall in the great room is a showstopper; the movement mimics ocean waves and the furniture selections for this space is over-the-top comfortable.
Pinelli says that Dina wanted a contemporary coastal look that was not beachy, but instead minimal, sophisticated, and welcoming. Her full-time home is mostly blue, so the color palette pulls more colors from nature: greens, corals, and sand. The metallic cork on the dining room ceiling reflects light from the gorgeous lunaria chandelier, which floats above the unique acrylic base dining table.
8201 Living Tide Drive, Myrtle Beach - The Beelendorfs love the views afforded in this home, whether it’s the morning sunrise on the front porch and balcony, or an evening sunset while relaxing on the patio. Indoors, they embrace their blend of sleek, modern, and comfy boho style.
The homeowners wanted an open floor plan, but with some defined spaces, and the Seabrook floor plan gave them just that. Or what Kim calls her “Blue Heaven.”
7306 Lieth Lane, Sunset Beach, North Carolina
The outdoor living space featuring a cozy fireplace.
A custom cabinet hood in the kitchen, the Barra model in Thistle Golf Estates elevates everyday living.
5104 Bucks Bluff Drive, North Myrtle Beach - This charming Cherry Grove home offers panoramic water views.
It was important to Christine to think through how she was going to live in and use each space on a regular basis, and to make sure that every room would be used and enjoyed in a special way.
The homeowners were inspired by the location, which complements the interior color palette immersed in beautiful shades of blue.
8918 North Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach
The Watts’ oceanfront home at 8918 North Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach, boasts nearly 2,500 square feet of deck areas, including an ocean view pool, hot tub, and tanning shelf on the main level deck surrounded by gas torches
Most of this 8,000-square-foot beach home has access to breathtaking oceanfrontviews.
It was important to Todd and Rebecca that, in the design of the house and furnishings, the home had a welcoming, very open, fun feel. They wanted an inviting home for their guests to have a great time at the beach, from the large open kitchen/gathering room/family room area or the large upstairs family/rec room. They also didn’t want the decor to look dark, ornate, or heavy.
465 Harbour View Drive, Myrtle Beach
One of Beth’s favorite features of her three-floor home are the wood beams in the main entry (above) that were salvaged by her grandfather and father from a construction project several decades ago.
The Sissons’ custom-built and locally designed home on the Intracoastal Waterway boasts views of cruising boats from any room in the house.
5100 High Society Court, Myrtle Beach - This five-bedroom, five-bath French country manor is situated along the Myrtlewood Golf Course and Intracoastal Waterway.
This custom-built home exudes West Coast/California style, with natural hues.
Modern mingles with calm and soothing throughout the interior, complete with large, open rooms, high ceilings, and hardwood floors.