wanted to keep the floors and the walls very soft, very beige, then
use a few color pops here and there – just like you would see at the
water. Hints of blues and greens bring you back to the ocean nearby.”
Jennifer Dimas, interior designer at SH Studios, adds,“We’ve com-
bined fabrics, textures and finishes to balance a traditional formal
look with a casual feel. We’ve used a neutral color palette, comple-
mented by pops of celadon green and cobalt blue in accessories.”
The home was designed specifically for the 50+ market to create
spaces for the empty nesters or newly retired, where multiple genera-
tions can co-exist comfortably. Each bedroom has an en suite bath-
room. In addition to the guest bedroom and office, the FROG (finished
room over garage) is a must-see. It was designed as a bunkroom with
opposing bunk beds that contain hideaway trundles plus an en suite
bathroom that can easily accommodate six grandchildren at a time.
The attention to detail in the home, from the materials to the
lighting is meticulous and beckons you to experience it for yourself.
“There are many homes that are designed and built by a builder,
but Tribute Homes is a builder who has built homes designed by a
designer,” concludes Dan Horner. I-L
to view more details, images,
floorplans and interviews about
the 2015 ideal-LIVING Home
by Tribute Homes.
The ideal-LIVING Home is
open for individual tours
through May 2016.
Call (910) 386-8080
to arrange your visit.