Rebecca and Aryn Linenger
Modern Moment: Situated next to a saltwater marsh, Rebecca and Aryn Linenger’s home at Hobcaw Point embraces its surroundings while pushing the boundaries of traditional Lowcountry architecture. Interior designer Becca Jones says she continued that balance inside, sourcing from “all over the globe to bring together unique, modern, and slightly industrial spaces that give a nod to the history of the shipyard.”
Anchored by a steel-wrapped fireplace surround with large-format tile above the mantel, the living space features low-profile iron and walnut sofas upholstered with a family-friendly performance fabric. A large wool rug helps define the space.
Custom dimensional concrete tile provides subtle interest in the kitchen. “The tile is one of my very favorite things in the house,” says Rebecca.
A brass chandelier highlights the dark walnut table in the streamlined dining room.
Clean Lined: The kitchen continues the industrial-modern vibe. Unlacquered brass light fixtures with an oversized canopy were designed by Jones to complement the Lyptus wood cabinets in a slate ebony finish while contrasting with the white tile
Iron barrel-back chairs and a bulbous chandelier provide balance in the rectilinear iron and glass home office, where a washed walnut desk from Noir adds warmth.
Jones sourced the one-of-a-kind bed in Los Angeles, completing it with an ivory boucle-wrapped headboard from Fritz Porter in Charleston.
An ombre rattan light fixture tops off the master bath wet room, which features a walk-in shower and freestanding tub, marble tile, and Ipe flooring.
Waterfront Dining: The family shares most meals in the outdoor dining area, surrounded by travertine marble tile with an Ipe wood accent deck. The “Maya” slat-back chairs from CB2, crafted in Mexico out of Tabebuia rosea wood, provide a sculptural perch for lifeguarding in style.
Mixed Metal: The design of the gas lanterns, crafted by Khalima Lights on Wadmalaw Island, features copper, iron, and an exposed brass backplate for a bold statement on the front porch. Black rattan chairs complete the look.
Clean-lined looks in The Shipyard neighborhood at Hobcaw Point