Modern beach house with an organic feel in North Carolina

This beautiful modern beach house has been designed by design studio , located in Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina. The interiors feature slip covered furnishings, wood accents and reclaimed hardwood flooring. A neutral color palette keeps the home feeling serene and relaxing. A sunken living room beyond is bright and airy thanks to large windows and light reflecting off the white walls. An open concept floorplan allows for easy entertaining and nice traffic flow.

The cozy living room is a step down from the family room, making the space feel more intimate. Furnishings are arranged around the fireplace, the central focal point of the space.

What We Love: This modern beach house has a chic and stylish aesthetic that is family friendly and very livable. We love the slip covered furnishings that adds to the beachy feel, the wood elements and layering of textures. This home feels very restful, like a peaceful oasis to retreat to after work and enjoy barefoot luxury. We love it… how about you?

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Above: The modern family room is clean lined and relaxing, perfect for family living.

Above: The dining area features slip covered dining chairs and a rustic wood dining table.

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Above: A casual kitchen with concrete countertops and rustic wood topped bar stools.

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Above: The master bedroom provides its owners a serene oasis, filled with natural light and comfortable furnishings for relaxation.

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Above: The children’s bedroom features some colorful stuffed animal heads mounted on the bunk bed (rhino and elephant) that are unique finds the homeowner had purchased.

Above: A screened-in porch provides a cozy space for the homeowners to relax and enjoy the weather while being protected from the elements.

Photos: Courtesy of Lisa Sherry Interieurs