Nestled on a verdant corner of South Carolina’s Brays Island, the glass house that Atlanta-based designer Beth Webb shares with her architect husband Chuck Hanavich is a feast for the eyes. Originally designed by Hanavich as a one bedroom with a loft configuration, he later transformed the home into a 5,000-square-foot masterpiece complete with a library and second bedroom. To build off of the minimalist architecture and dazzling views of the nearby pond and marshes, Webb layered in tons of sumptuous textures in her signature neutral palette. The result? A retreat that feels at once exquisite and yet utterly relaxed.
But don’t take our word for it—watch the tour below!