Maya's room is dressed with favorite storybook pages strung over her bed
A bank of windows replace overhead cabinetry in the kitchen.
Monica and Alex dub the kitchen cupboards—covered in blackboard paint—a “savior.”
The team designed the master bedroom and bath to look and feel like a serene sanctuary.
Three oversize sets of French doors join the lofty central room to the outdoors.
A daybed is suspended from a corner of the kitchen porch and overlooks the grassy backyard.
Homeowners Monica and Alex Opoulos on their open-air porch off the kitchen with son Max (six) and daughter Maya (three); (opposite) The backyard, raised 14 feet for more seamless indoor/outdoor living
Sometime surf bum Max holds board meetings on the back steps
Max's room is dressed with rows of art projects and a framed surfer pic
This retro leather swivel chair gives the relaxed family room a little edge. The painting is by Aspen artist Tori Mitas-Campisi
the shag rug is from Zinn Rug Gallery in Mount Pleasant.
The peroba wood platform bed&side tables are by Environment, painting is by Anne Keane through the Charleston Artist Collective