Tim Hussey’s Plastic Man hangs in the sunroom of Michelle Van Parys and Mark Sloan’s Hampton Park bungalow.
conversation peace: A Navajo blanket, Parsons bench, and 19th-century Tekke rug center the eclectic seating in the living room. A cactus suns along a back window.
Whimsical bottle openers top a European spice rack with ceramic drawers, while a collage by California artist Inez Storer hangs overhead.
Emerald green ceramic tiles, ruby red cabinet pulls, and schoolhouse-style pendant lighting headline the recently renovated kitchen
A salt and pepper shaker collection Michelle inherited from her grandmother
at your service: A varied display of tiny robot figurines stands guard in the sunroom.
Vivid secondhand seating flanks an early 20th-century French armoire in the sunroom. The rug was made in Turkmenistan in 1957.
Artist Richard McMahan’s miniature replicas of notable masterpieces and a painting by a Georgia artist known as “St. Eom“ in the guest bedroom.
Zuni fetishes line the mantel in the living room, accompanied by a leather sling chair and the top portion of a penny arcade.
Immaculate Conception painting that likely originated in Mexico in the 1920s.
Arts & Crafts: Michelle Van Parys and Mark Sloan’s 1920s bungalow near Hampton Park
bedside manor: In the master bedroom, an acorn four-poster bed and Hamilton chest of drawers, both handed down through Mark’s family, pair with a sculptural piece by Folly Beach artist Joe Walters.
Zuni fetishes line the mantel in the living room.
bath house: A clawfoot tub with cast-silver detail sits beneath the windows in the sunny rear bathroom addition.