New Meets Old on Isle of Hope

One of Structures’ latest custom home projects is a great example of how vintage materials can be used in new construction. The owners of this lovely marshfront property in Mount Pleasant’s I’On neighborhood are bringing a touch of old New England to their new home in the Lowcountry with reclaimed wood timber, vintage naily pine floors, and solid exposed oak beams. The home, designed by Herlong and Associates, has a rustic, natural feel that perfectly complements the peaceful marshfront setting. What’s great about being a custom builder is taking the things our clients love most and incorporating them into the personality of their homes. We can’t wait to see how it all turns out!

The front exterior is prepped and ready for painting.
 The view from the back porch on Isle of Hope Road!

Reclaimed wood timber is used on the ceilings as well as the floors.
 All of the window trim and door casings are cypress.
Beautiful detailing on the hip-vaulted ceiling in the master bedroom.