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Coastal Luxe feature in Grand Strand: 2187 Macareta Loop, Myrtle Beach - Interior Design

Home of Ken and Dina Pyron

Macareta Loop, Myrtle Beach - Interior Design

Dina Pyron tells us her Grand Dunes home is a second home for now. She and her husband desired a vacation getaway, where they could relax away from their busy lifestyle and instead surround themselves with the beach and golf. Coastal Luxe Interior Designs from Myrtle Beach delivered a design that reflected Dina's vision of light, bright, and happy, coastal colors, and a classic style.

"We had met some wonderful friends when we were living in London several years back, and they told us about the Myrtle Beach/Grande Dunes area, since they live here now, "says Dina. "We visited and fell in love with the area and house location!"

A must in design for Dina was a focus on the center of the house: the kitchen and great room, where both sitting and movement would align, thanks to the flow of design, furniture, and layout. That focus was achieved by the centerpiece milky-gray marble stone masterpiece for the indoor fireplace.

Macareta Loop, Myrtle Beach - Interior Design

The outdoor area is perfect to relax or entertain a large crowd. It features seating area, a lounge with TV, a dining area with kinchen and a gorgeous pool deck for sunbathing.

"It was one of those purchases that wasn't planned, but when you see something you love, you have to work it into the home", says Dina. "Debi Pinelli from Coastal Luxe was great about working with me when I saw something I liked and wanted it incorporated within the existing designs."

The Pyrons also envisioned comfy guest bedrooms furnished with king size beds and suite areas that would open into the lanai and screen-enclosed pool area, complete with hot tub and shallow-water tanning ledge, that the couple loves.

"We feel a bit like we are on vacation when we get to the house," says Dina.

"And we hope to spend lots of time at this home in the coming years".

Macareta Loop, Myrtle Beach - Interior Design

Pinelli says that Dina wanted a contemporary coastal look that was not beachy, but instead minimal, sophisticated, and welcoming. Her full-time home is mostly blue, so the color palette pulls more colors from nature greens, corals, and sand. The metallic cork on the dining room (left) ceiling reflects light from the gorgeous lunaria chandelier, which floats above the unique acrylic base dining table. The granite wall in the great room (far left) is a showstopper, the movement mimics ocean waves and the furniture selections for this space is over-the-top comfortable.

Macareta Loop, Myrtle Beach - Interior Design


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