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this was the first house the family would build. They worked with architect Scott Sullivan of Sullivan Design Company and spent a year finalizing plans. “They wanted a fairly large home on a fairly small lot,” Sullivan says. “The biggest thing which I think they were surprised about was how the house laid out on the property. I felt it was best to angle the house and I got more length with the diagonal and more interior space.” The couple acted on James’ recommendation and began working with interior designer Leslie Stachowicz of Peridot Interiors. Stachowicz assisted in interior paint color selections and the homeowners completed other material and finish selections themselves before they called her back to furnish the home and add personal touches. The homeowners were going for what they referred to as functional coastal — clean, classic, modern, and a balance between contemporary and traditional. Bold art pieces define each space with color and form. Soft gray walls, polished chrome finishes and white cabinetry show well against the dark walnut floors that are enriched with character. Illuminated and unique built-ins constructed by Archer Reed ground the living area, showing a chicken wire face and textured glass doors. Cabinetry Made-to-order WWW.HOLLINGSWORTHCABINETRY. COM 910-251-1490 72 WBM november 2015


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