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Walking on Water

Project: Walking On Water Situated uniquely on Futch Creek, this guest home is surrounded by water on three sides with a pool and spa extending at grade. From inside at high tide, one feels as if he is floating. The second floor of the guest home rests on a 12-foot cantilever, providing unobstructed water views […]

Big Sky Cabin

Project: Big Sky Cabin The Tongue & Groove Design + Build team spearheaded a whole house renovation in Big Sky, Montana, completing the project in Fall 2021. The firm’s focus was to elevate the vacation rental experience in Big Sky with modernized accommodations while also keeping true to the native style. The property has been […]

Snow’s Cut

Project: Snow’s Cut This nautical-inspired home located on the Snows Cut inlet of Carolina Beach, overlooks waterfront views from every level with floor-to-ceiling windows, porches, and outdoor living spaces. Inside, warm mahogany floors and built-ins contrast against light walls, trim, and custom cabinetry. Subtle blue and gray tones, porthole windows, oyster tabby and shiplap ceilings […]

Coastal Farmhouse

Project: Coastal Farmhouse Located in Landfall, this 4,784 SF home overlooks views of Landfall Lake from the indoor and outdoor living spaces. This project was designed to create a welcoming environment for the homeowners, their family, and friends. Incorporating sentimental belongings and designing “aged” elements such as the reclaimed fireplace mantel, hand carved fish, custom […]

Tidalwalk

Project: Tidalwalk Located in the Tidalwalk community, this 5,076SF home embraces front row views of the intracoastal from every level. Exterior finishes combine the Mediterranean influence of light-colored stucco on the upper levels, arched doorways and teal patina roofing, with coastal accents including oyster tabby on the ground floor and surrounding columns. Inside, the theme […]

Shandy

Project: Shandy The story of Shandy Hall goes something like this; it all started as a Wrightsville Sound land grant from King George II to Thomas Conner in 1737. Situated on a berm, a blanket of trees shields Shandy Hall’s views of Money Island, where Capt. William Kidd allegedly buried his treasure, according to local […]