An envelope of oak trees anchors a high bluff overlooking Wrightsville Avenue.
On the right before the drawbridge to Wrightsville Beach, The Studio’s Bermuda façade adds Old World Caribbean architectural charm to the landscape.
The cool stucco exterior, perforated with floor-to-ceiling doors and windows, invites shoppers and designers into the showroom.
Staged to resemble blended urban contemporary living and dining areas, our interior design aesthetic is articulated in comfortable upholstered furnishings, arranged on area rugs over acid-washed concrete floors, sited for the appreciation of original paintings selected from an elite group of local artists represented by New Elements Gallery in Wilmington, North Carolina.
As the Heide Trask drawbridge to Wrightsville Beach opens on the hour, and traffic backs up to the intersection of Eastwood Road, why not take a detour?
Right — either up the hill at No. 7232 Wrightsville Avenue, or on Airlie Road. One more right turn leads you to our rear entry at No. 137 Stokley Road.
We’re open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, or by scheduling an appointment. Our interior design teams, Design Associates Interior Design Consultants and T. Williamson Interiors, are on staff to assist.