The ground-floor family room is part of the original cinder block structure and steps out to a slim screened porch.
Jack-and-Jill bath with a vintage-style hanging wall sink.
Keeping Cool: A wet bar off the kitchen features built-in hexagonal wine storage.
Down Under: The ground-floor suite includes twins DeLacy and Logan’s bedrooms.
Splash of Color: While interior tones are cool and calm, outside is beachy bold and bright. The pool is a favorite family hangout with two shallow ends for the kids. Ample porches (open on the second floor and screened below) capitalize on beachfront breezes.
Room With Views: White shiplap creates a blank canvas to highlight intriguing shapes and textures, like handsome recovered furniture, show-stealing chandeliers, oyster-shell mirrors—even the ebb and flow of the Atlantic right outside.
Island Hopping: An avenue of palms sets an orderly tone for this revamped beach house.
Homeowner Manda Moore Teamed up with interior designer LuAnn McCants to streamline the structure to better fit her family.
Luxe is More: The master bedroom is outfitted simply with an upholstered bed, mirrored nightstand, and a sable-toned velvet armchair.
Lofty Ideas: The wide-open great room gives way to a cozy porch with vaulted ceilings.