Rivercourse Refuge

This Kiawah marsh front home in the “Settlement” was sculpted into its unique setting among live oaks that populate the long, narrow piece of land. The unique composition afforded a 35-foot wood and glass bridge joining the master suite with the main house, granting the owners a private escape within their own home. A helical stair tower provides an enchanting secondary entrance whose foyer is illuminated by sunshine spilling from three floors above.

Photography: Patrick Brickman
Furnishings: G&G Interiors

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clinton_r_a
Clinton Abbate added this to General Interior Spaces6 June 2022

Maybe a nice concept for upstairs main hallway

jeristenberg
Jeri added this to Master Bathroom Ideas3 March 2022

Sample of long narrow room with sloped ceiling

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